Sullivan Engineering Receives "Good Shepherd Award"
In 2016, The Good Shepherd School awarded Sullivan Engineering the “Good Shepherd Award” for their continued support on the school. Kevin Duffy, Brian Sullivan and the entire team were truly honored to be recognized at the beneficiary’s dinner.
Sullivan Engineering - NBC
Brian Sullivan, Principal at Sullivan Engineering, LLC, inspects a Manhattan building with the NBC Team. As an expert, he provides helpful tips on how to inspect your balcony for deterioration and damage due to weather, and advises when to notify your building supervisor or call an expert.
Projects Around Town: Sealing a Sidewalk to Keep Water Out
May 28, 2014 — Water can sneak into a building from anywhere. At 40-50 East 10th Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, it was joints in the front sidewalk allowing water to flow in and cause problems.”We were worried about flooding damage and erosion, and water-main problems that caused flooding in our building,’ says co-op board president Larry Hohlt. So how did the 114-unit building handle it?
Brickwork Repair, a Matter of Life and Death
Just as the cherry blossoms start to bloom and New York City is at its most gorgeous, hundreds of buildings disappear behind construction hoardings. Soon after, perilous scaffolds can be seen dangling over the edge of the city’s high rises. This is a sure sign that another season of brickwork repairs—also known as façade restorations—has begun.