When Bayer HealthCare planned to create a state-of-the-art, U.S headquarters
from two obsolete buildings on the old Alcatel-Lucent campus in Whippany,
NJ, their renovation plans included completely new plumbing equipment
and extensive changes to the plumbing schematics.
Bayer invested $250 million into its new 700,000-square-foot facility,
achieved LEED certification and connected the two buildings with a five-story
atrium. It took approximately one year to gut, connect and transform every
floor into a modern workplace for 2,400 workers. Now the largest employer
in Hanover Township, Binsky & Snyder was selected to complete renovation
of the core and shell plumbing.
Furnishing to the project site nearly $1 million in plumbing materials,
the Binsky team was responsible for installation of plumbing fixtures,
sewage ejectors, DW booster pumps, and toilet room batteries throughout
the facility. This portion of the project was finished on schedule in
July 2013, well before the ribbon cutting ceremony in October.