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The stabilization activities complete and underway for the Richardson Olmsted Complex total $10 million. Until this point, most of the stabilization efforts have been out of sight due to ongoing work being performed inside the structures of the complex. The night before last, a switch was flipped on that, for the first time, illuminated the entire perimeter of the complex, and within minutes photographer Joe Cascio was on the scene capturing the achievement (visit Joe’s site for explosive images of Buffalo). I spoke to Monica Pellegrino Faix, Project Coordinator for the Richardson Center Corporation, who was not only pleased with the results, she was also happy to report that the by the end of the year the buildings will no longer be in jeopardy of collapsing and will be protected by the elements. From Monica:

“This is the full lighting that we planned for. The positions of the lights will be tweaked, but for the most part that part of the project is complete… the design work was $105, 000 and the installation was $643, 000. Luckily, the bids came in a bit low because of the economy – O’Connell Electric did the job and the Dormitory Authority oversaw the work. The first order of business was for safety and security. We wanted to be able to illuminate the nooks and crannies of the building. The added benefit was the great aesthetic features. The towers were lit up at least four years ago, before I even came onboard with the project. As for this massive lighting effort, it was a daunting task since lighting up a complex of this size, in this way, is unprecedented. You’re not usually dealing with 480, 000 sq.’ – we had no models to follow. We used IBC Engineering to guide us on the electrical design. In addition to design work it also required the Buffalo Psychiatric Center to reconnect to their electric – it was a really significant job to reconnect the whole electric service.

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