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Vladimir Goldin

Associate, HVAC Engineer

Vladimir Goldin has been with the firm since 1985. Mr. Goldin’s responsibilities include HVAC Design Engineering and overall Project Management for major commissions of this office. Included in Mr. Goldin’s resume is the design of the HVAC system for the first LEED-certified museum in the United States: the new Visitor Center at the Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut. Mr. Goldin was also the project manager and lead engineer for the Columbia University School of Social Work, a new stand-alone off campus high-rise multi-use facility. Most recently, Mr. Goldin managed and lead HVAC design for the National WWII Museum Expansion Project in New Orleans, LA – a multi-building museum and educational complex, the first phase of which included a 400-seat, multi-sensory theater experience.

Several of Mr. Goldin’s representative projects include:

– Asia Society, New York, NY
– Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine:
Walker Art Museum, Renovation and Expansion
Druckenmiller Hall, HVAC Systems Upgrade
– City College of New York, NY, NY, Great Hall Restoration
– Colby College, Diamond Building (Social Sciences), Waterville, ME.
– Columbia University, NY, NY
Low Library West Wing
School of Social Work
Knox Hall
– National World War II Museum, New Orleans, LA
– Greenwich Academy of Music, Greenwich, CT
– Hamilton College-Wellin Art Gallery Building, Clinton, NY
– Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
– Mark Twain House, Education and Visitor’s Center, Hartford, CT
– Museum of Modern Art, Education Wing, NY, NY
– New York Historical Society, NY, NY
– New York Public Library, NY, NY
– New York University Bobst Library, NY, NY
– Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA
– Pierpont Morgan Library, NY, NY
– Rock N’Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, OH
– Sapir Museum, NY, NY
– Sarah Lawrence College, Rothschild Hall, Bronxville, NY,
– Scotts Ridge Middle School-Library and Media Center, Ridgefield, CT
– Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
– St. Thomas Choir School, NY, NY (Academic and Residential High Rise).
– Staples High School-Library and Media Center, Westport, CT
– Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Renovation and Expansion, Williamstown, MA
– Platt High School, Energy Modeling, Meriden, CT

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