Established in 1754 and originally called King’s College, the 5th oldest higher learning institution in the United States, their education was designed to, “enlarge the mind, improve understanding, polish the whole man, and qualify them to support the brightest characters in all the elevated stations of life.”
In 1784, the college reopened with a new name, Columbia College. This name personified the patriotic spirit that was flying around the nation as it searched for independence. In 1897, the university moved to its present location, and renamed themselves Columbia University. It is now a private Ivy League research university in Upper Manhattan, New York City.
CBA agreed to consulting services for Columbia University, providing a modernization of 2 duplex elevators at their university. Services include: specifications for modernization, full elevator service maintenance contract, shop drawings review, construction administration services, and project close-out.
Modernization of 2 duplex elevators.
New York, NY