Over the last 20 years Epstein has been responsible for the design and engineering of some of the largest convention/exhibition centers in the world.
Epstein has proven our ability to assemble and manage large, multi-faceted teams of specialists and to bring large, complicated convention/exhibition center projects to a successful conclusion.
During this time, we've developed a reputation as the firm of choice for these large-scale urban projects that require expertise in the management of multi-member teams as well as the execution of complex, sensitive designs. The firm's extensive portfolio of completed convention projects includes Chicago's McCormick Place Convention Center South Hall and West Expansion, the expansion and renovation of the Jacob K. Javits Convection Center located in New York City, and the Grand Cube Osaka/Osaka International Conference Hall in Osaka, Japan. All of these projects were completed under the design and engineering leadership of Epstein and all feature collaborations with signature design firms.
In addition to these major convention/exhibition center expansions and/or renovations, Epstein's architects and engineers have also been responsible for numerous building upgrades including facility assessments, security room modifications, elevator/escalator renovations, fasade upgrades and graphic installations.
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