PSIS 499Q

4 stories / 120,000 sf
2003 Completion

NYC School Construction Authority
Client

Michael Fieldman Architects
Michael Fieldman, FAIA
Design Architect

Rawlings architects pc
Associate Architect

  • Rawlings architects pc
  • Ed Rawlings, RA, co-designer
  • Steven Kilian,┬áRA
  • Satoko Hoshino, RA
  • Stefano Giubileo
  • John Adamek
  • Kai Chi Cheung, RA
  • Elizabeth DiSalvo

Silman
Structural Engineer

Lilker Associates
MEPF Engineer

VDA
Vertical Transport

Skolodz and Associates
Food Service

Gottlieb-Skanska
General Contractor

Award:

NY Concrete Industry Honor Award

This K-8 school on the Queens College campus occupies a narrow stretch of land between an existing athletic facility and Reeves Avenue, resulting in a single-loaded organization that provides ample light to classrooms and corridors alike. It houses a citywide special education cluster along with classrooms, art room, library, dance & music room, and science labs. The wing which encloses the cafeteria, auditorium, and gymnasium all have direct access and views to the shared open spaces of the adjacent Queens College. The building uses exposed architectural concrete throughout, earning industry awards at the time of its completion.