Pace completes OSHA 10 training for 100% of our field personnel. In an ongoing effort to ensure safe workplaces, Pace instituted a requirement that all field employees have a minimum OSHA 10 certification. All Pace foreman must have an OSHA 30 certification or better. This is a primary concern for Pace, so stay tuned for more news on this important topic.
For nearly 50 years and spanning 4 generations, The Pace Companies have been proud to have worked on some of New York City’s most prestigious and complex projects. We provide General Contractors, Developers, Construction Managers, Building Owners and Management Companies with all phases of the Pace Companies construction services and maintenance. Our products are plumbing and fire protection, our specialties are value engineering, problem solving, responsiveness and above all else integrity.
THE PACE COMPANIES
We are a collection of companies striving to perfect everyone’s experience in the plumbing industry and beyond. We are here to tackle any project big or small and can guarantee that in the end everyone will be satsified with the work provided. We will cater to all and like our slogan, "yes we can, yes we have, yes we will".
IN THE PRESS
  • Featured as the Cover Story of North American Builders - Jan 2016.Click on the read more button below to read the full publication.
  • Featured as the Cover Story of US Builders Review - Fall 2011. Click on the read more button below to read the full publication.
  • Featured as the Cover Story of PM MAG - August 2010. Click on the read more button below to read the full publication
  • Featured as the Cover Story of Mann Report - March 2001. Click on the read more button below to read the full publication
  • Featured as the Cover story of PM MAG - October 1995. Click on the read more button below to read the full publication.
  • Featured as the Cover Story of PM MAG - December 1985. Click on the read more button below to read the full publication.
RECENT PROJECTS
  • Russian Tea Room
  • Limani NYC
  • Paramount Hotel NYC
  • Novotel NYC
  • Hilton Midtown
  • Dos Caminos
  • Daniel NYC
  • The Capital Grill
  • Jolly Madison
  • 365 Bond Street
  • 421 Kent Ave
  • Peter Cooper village
  • 45 Park Place TEST
  • 200 East 59th St
  • Milford Plaza
  • Sheraton NYC
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine
  • 222 East 34th Street
  • 520 Park Ave
  • 45 W 18th St
  • 111 E 18th St
  • Gordon Ramsay at The London NYC
  • Grand Central Market
  • Goldman Sachs
  • AIG
  • 50 UN Plaza
  • Eagle Warehouse
  • Domino Sugar
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music
  • Columbia Law School
  • 20 Broad Street
  • 5 Beekman Street
  • 150 Amsterdam Avenue
  • 40 Bond Street
  • 20 Pine Street
  • 20 Exchange Place
  • LaGuardia Airport is an airport in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens in the United States. It is on the waterfront of Flushing and Bowery Bays in East Elmhurst and borders the neighborhoods of Astoria and Jackson Heights. The airport is the third busiest airport serving New York City, and the twentieth busiest in the United States. LaGuardia Airport covers 680 acres.
  • The tower is located along Central Park South; when complete the building will have 65 floors, and will include 150 units. Completion is expected in 2017. When completed, the tower will be the tenth-tallest building in New York City, slightly shorter than Four World Trade Center.
  • The building, designed by Jean Nouvel, initially was proposed to stand 1,250 feet (381 m) tall (the same height as the Empire State Building below its mast). The building's skin would contain a faceted exterior that tapers to a set of crystalline peaks at the apex of the tower[1][14] Due to this, the project is said to be one of the most exciting additions to New York's skyline in a generation.
  • 75 Wall St, New York, NY 10005
  • The Baccarat Hotel and Residences is a skyscraper at 20 West 53rd Street, Manhattan. It was constructed between 2012 and 2014 by Tribeca Associates and is 184.8 metres (606 ft) high. It is organized as a luxury hotel with 26 suites and a set of apartments. It stands opposite the Museum of Modern Art.
  • 46-story, 39-unit hotel condominium located at 246 Spring Street at the corner of Varick Street in the Hudson Square[3] neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It was announced in 2006[4] and completed in 2008.[1]
  • Northern Greenpoint has construction on every corner, but the biggest new building headed to the formerly quaint waterfront neighborhood is a 39-story tower at 145-155 West Street, once home to the Huxley Envelope factory. Mack Real Estate and Palin Enterprises demolished the large single-story building in January, and now they’re driving piles for the planned 392-foot-tall high rise between Huron and India Streets on the East River.
  • New York Wheel promises to become one of the city's - and the world's - great landmark attractions, located in St. George on the New York Harbor.
  • After years of delays caused by economic downturn and contractual disagreements between ownership and the Port Authority, WTC Tower 4 is finally moving forward at a steady pace and showing itself as part of the New York City skyline. The 64 story building has a scheduled completion date of 2013. The building will be comprised of office space, core toilets and an intricate back of house system.
  • The Pace Companies has been awarded the prestigious Carnegie Hall Towers renovation from Tishman Construction.The project consists of an infrastructure replacement as well as various measures to bring the venerable landmark up to current code.
  • 88 E End Ave New York
  • A private, nonprofit, coeducational research university based in NYC. It was founded by the Catholic Diocese of NY in 1841. Fordham’s academic ideals are drawn from its Jesuit influences.
  • Featuring dramatically renovated and redesigned guestrooms, suites, and public spaces along with the debut of the new King Cole Bar & Salon under renowned New York chef and restaurateur, John DeLucie, The St. Regis New York has unveiled a bold new era of glamour. The new guestrooms feature chic, textured fabric walls and marble tiled entryways, rich color schemes with bold accent colors, sumptuous fabrics and luxe leather details, custom furnishings and state of the art technologies.
  • 55 East 10th Street New York
  • 455 Madison Ave New York
  • 870 7th Ave, New York
  • 226 West 52nd Street, New York
  • 180 Central Park S., New York Founded in 1868, the New York Athletic Club can boast of a unique history. The Club's founding premise was to bring structure to a sporting environment that was lacking in organization and uniformity of measurement. Quickly, the NYAC organized the first US championships in boxing, wrestling and outdoor track and field. Today, the New York City Club House stands in tribute to an unmatched athletic history and their on-going commitment to the pursuit of sporting excellence.
  • 27 W 44th St., New York
  • One United Nations Plaza
  • 237 Madison Ave, New York
  • 1000 5th Ave., New York
  • 511 Lexington Ave., New York
  • 100 E 77th St., New York Lenox Hill Hospital, a 652-bed, acute care hospital located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, has earned a national reputation for outstanding patient care and innovative medical and surgical treatments. The hospital is particularly well known for excellence in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, orthopedics, sports medicine, otolaryngology/head and neck surgery, and maternal/child health. The Hospital is also a recognized leader in public health education and community outreach.
  • 76 Ninth Avenue
  • The Alexandria Center for Life Science – New York City is designed to foster unique and innovative collaborations among New York’s world-renowned academic and medical institutions, preeminent scientific talent, top-tier investment capital, and the broad and diverse commercial life science industry and to speed the translation of promising new life science discoveries “from bench to bedside.” It is New York’s first and only premier life science park in New York City and addresses New York’s need for state-of-the-art commercial laboratory space, allowing the city to capitalize on its unparalleled top-tier science, talent and capital.
  • Just steps away from Grand Central Terminal, Grand Hyatt New York boasts an ideal Manhattan location, and from your hotel room it’s a pleasant stroll to Park Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Broadway theaters and numerous opportunities for dining, shopping and entertainment.
  • 404 Park Avenue South is six über-luxury penthouses occupying the upper floors. Each of these extraordinary limited edition residences, skillfully crafted by the fêted Dutch designer Piet Boon, represents the epitome of iconic Manhattan living.
  • Introducing 50 United Nations Plaza, an iconic addition to the Manhattan skyline—and the ultimate global address. The shimmering modern tower presents the opportunity to live in one of the world’s most prestigious locations, in a building designed by one of the most esteemed international architects, delivered by New York’s most trusted developer.
  • Lower Manhattan meets high style living at 116 John. Classic art-deco architecture and exteriors have been restored to perfection, while interiors feature a fresh design and a suite of modern finishes and amenities. With units ranging from studio to two-bedrooms, each with private access to our tenant lounge, roof deck, and fitness center, 116 John Street has something for everyone. Newmark Construction.
  • Uniqlo's "Global Flagship Location". UNIQLO’s first US store features 36,000 square feet of shopping space, located in Manhattan’s chic Soho neighborhood. Designed by renowned architect Masamichi Katamaya, the look and feel blends meticulous organization with a sleek design. The brand’s modern simplicity is complemented by original elements of the space such as exposed brick and massive columns. UNIQLO offers high quality, stylish basics for men and women. Structure Tone Interiors.
  • Gouverneur Health is dedicated to ensuring that all New Yorkers have access to high quality care regardless of ability to pay, language spoken or immigration status. Gouverneur's Ambulatory Care Center provides affordable and comprehensive healthcare services at convenient sites throughout the Lower East Side. Their 215-bed Nursing Facility provides 24-hour care for individuals in need of short-or long-term care, offering skilled nursing and rehabilitation care. Hunter Roberts Construction Group & DASNY.
  • The Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse is a Classical Revival courthouse located at 40 Centre Street on Foley Square in the Civic Center neighborhood of lower Manhattan in New York City. The building, designed by Cass Gilbert and his son, Cass Gilbert Jr., is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as U.S. Courthouse. Cauldwell Wingate Construction.
  • Built in 1914, this high rise building is 18 stories tall and contains 69 apartments. It is located in the area commonly known as the Upper West Side. Cauldwell Wingate Construction.
  • Located in the southwest corner of the World Trade Center (WTC) redevelopment site, in the south bathtub, is the Vehicular Security Center and Tour Bus Parking Facility (VSC) construction project. As part of a comprehensive logistics plan developed by the Port Authority, the VSC was designed with the purpose of being a state-of-the art security screening check point for all buses, trucks and cars accessing the WTC site and parking facilities. When complete, this below-grade structure will reach five stories underground into a basement with connecting ramps leading to the parking and below-grade facilities of all of the adjacent projects on the 16-plus acre WTC site. Tishman Construction.
  • 4 World Trade Center is the most advanced office building of the 21st Century. Designed by Pritzker-prize winning architect Fumihiko Maki, this green building features natural light, fresh air and spectacular views. Located at the heart of the new Downtown, 4 World Trade Center offers direct access to virtually every city subway and some of the best new shops and restaurants in New York. Tishman Construction & Silverstein Properties.
  • Mercedes House, New York most important new residential development, is changing the cityscape forever. From Two Trees Management Company and visionary architect Enrique Norten comes a luxury rental complex spiraling 30 stories above the city with unobstructed views of the Hudson River. A modern tower of glass and greenery. The good life is lived here. Bold design. Midtown convenience. Mercedes House is the address for life in style. Two Trees Development.
  • This landmark New York Hotel, located in the heart of the City, has been home to creative minds and distinguished guests for nearly a century. The Hotel is a modern take on a traditional grand New York Hotel, with its custom-designed, handcrafted furnishings and rotating collection of 20th century Artwork, including masterpieces from Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Every room in this New York Hotel features unique Luxury Amenities – imported linens, exquisite Artwork and luxurious beauty products.
  • Born from the innovative vision of design impresario Philippe Starck, this luxury New York boutique hotel is exuberantly energetic, breathtakingly beautiful and architecturally unpredictable. Best places to hang: Hudson Common, a modern-day beer hall and burger joint with nightly entertainment; Sky Terrace (open seasonally), an English garden in the skies of NYC, for a quiet drink and an epic view; Hudson Lodge (open seasonally), New York’s first urban ski-resort themed bar filled with authentic taxidermy, faux-fur throws and sheep-skin pillows. Located in midtown, just steps from Central Park, Columbus Circle, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Time Warner Center and the theater district. Bovis Construction.
  • Fiterman Hall, located at 30 West Broadway between Barclay and Park Place, was damaged in the September 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center (WTC) when falling debris from 7 World Trade Center left it with significant damage in its south fa?ade. The 15-story building, constructed as an office building in the 1950s, had served as an extension of the 199 Chambers Street campus of the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) since 1993. Hunter Roberts.
  • “Our new global headquarters brings together all of IAC’s New York City operations under one roof and provides a supporting infrastructure to grow our position as a leading player in ecommerce and other digital industries. Our goal was to create a building that reflects and facilitates the inventiveness of our businesses. With the help of Frank Gehry and many other leading design consultants, we have constructed a truly distinctive and functional building, which will bring our dynamic businesses closer together and help inspire their continued creativity.” - Barry Diller, IAC Chairman & CEO. Turner Construction.
  • When completed in October 2013, the $463 million project will transform the drab and dilapidated complex into a light-filled, energy efficient structure while adding 110,000-sq.-ft. of exhibit and support space. The Javits Center, opened in 1986, is New York City’s primary venue for large conventions, exhibitions and trade shows housing 760,000-sq.-ft. of convention space. Annual attendance exceeds 1 million visitors. Tishman Construction.
  • Situated at the corner of 72nd Street and Broadway, overlooking the very heart of the Upper West Side, modern sophistication is born from a classic New York tradition. 200 West introduces an unexpected standard of elegance and effortless living to Upper West Side rental apartments. Gotham Construction.
  • 150 Amsterdam Ave is a rental building in the area commonly known as Upper West Side. Built in 2007, this skyscraper elevator building is 42 stories tall and contains 233 apartments. It is owned by 150 Amsterdam Avenue and managed by Jeffrey Heifetz, of Rose Associates. Bovis Lend Lease.
  • Soaring 43 stories above Lower Manhattan, 75 Wall Street is the modern-day gateway to New York's famed financial district. When the transformation of this rose-colored brick tower from office building to condominium residences and a luxury hotel is completed in 2008. 75 Wall Street will be the largest residential and multi-use project south of Canal Street. As the only free standing trophy building on Wall Street, 75 Wall boasts dramatic, unobstructed 360-degree views of New York harbor, the East and Hudson rivers and the cityscape to the north. Its prime location at the corner of Wall and Water Street and bordered by Pearl Street, places it at the epicenter of the Financial District, one of New York City's fastest growing residential neighborhoods. 350 Condominium apartments will comprise the upper 24 floors and 250 hotel suites in the lower portion of the building will be operated by the Hyatt Hotel Corporation.
  • 20 East 23rd Street
  • Occupying a prime corner on 3rd Ave. in Midtown Manhattan this Steve Hanson gem provides a veritable potpourri of tequila selections and a tantalizing array of Mexican delights. Working directly for the owner, under an extremely tight schedule, Pace Plumbing was able to deliver a state of the art facility complete with custom kitchen, two bar areas and several bathroom faclities. The result of form and function was nothing short of a Midtown classic.
  • Elegantly poised between discreet Tribeca and dynamic Soho, two of Manhattan's most affluent neighborhoods, One York seamlessly fuses modern luxury with historic surroundings and defines the standard for contemporary living. These unique 40 residences are part of a geometrically complex yet aesthetically austere design by Enrique Norten, a brilliant, international renowned architect. One York retains Norten's trademark style while reflecting a New York sensibility. Discover - or rediscover - where art merges with culture, where famed eateries and boutiques share benches with lush parks and gardens. Imagine the city's most sophisticated neighborhood and lifestyle right outside your door.
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