Climate Resiliency Design Guidelines - NYC Mayor's Office of Climate and Environmental Justice
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  • Horizon Adolescent Facility Expansion (ACS)
  • Canarsie Library Overhaul (BPL)
  • Kingsborough Community College Hot Water Heat Piping Distribution (CUNY)
  • Queens Courthouse Upgrades and Renovations (DCAS)
  • Queens County Farm Museum: New Education Center (DCLA)
  • Harlem Stage at The Gatehouse: HVAC Upgrade (DCLA)
  • Reconstruction of Paerdegat Pumping Station (DEP)
  • Owls Head Wastewater Resource Recovery Facility Main Sewage Pump Replacement (DEP)
  • Arcady Road Reconstruction (DEP)
  • Mid Staten Island Bluebelt (DEP/DOT)
  • Leonard Covello Senior Center Upgrades (DFTA)
  • Harlem Shelter Improvements (DHS)
  • New Manhattan Detention Facility (DOC)
  • Washington Heights Health Center Exterior Renovation (DOHMH)
  • Court Square Pedestrian Improvements (DOT)
  • Harper Street Administration Building (DOT)
  • Reconstruction of Shore Road Bridge (DOT)
  • Queens 1 Luyster Creek Garage Construction (DSNY)
  • Brooklyn Army Terminal Elevators (EDC)
  • Hunters Point South Ferry Landing Reconstruction (EDC)
  • Engine 91 Renovation (FDNY)
  • Fort Totten Utilities Improvements (FDNY)
  • Partially funded renovation of a pediatric hospital facility on Staten Island (H+H)
  • Brownsville Community Center (HRA)
  • Gowanus Green, new affordable housing (HPD)
  • New affordable housing development in The Bronx (HPD)
  • Renovated affordable housing project in Brooklyn (HPD)
  • Wagner Community Center (NYCHA)
  • Jefferson Playground Reconstruction (NYCHA)
  • 23rd Street Warehouse Rebuild (NYPD)
  • Rodman’s Neck Facilities Improvements (NYPD)
  • Dalton Recreation Center Reconstruction (Parks)
  • Haffen Park Improvements (Parks)
  • 107th Street Pier and Bobby Wagner Walk Reconstruction (Parks)
  • Jackson Heights Library Expansion (QPL)
  • New School Construction in Queens (SCA)
  • New School Construction – site to be determined (SCA)




When we bring our voices, our action, and our advocacy to our schools, our homes, and our workplaces, we can create a more sustainable and resilient future for the 8.3 million people who call our five boroughs home.