Staten Island
University Hospital

Project: Create and produce a comprehensive donor recognition system for a new Emergency Department wing to the hospital.


Solution: Staten Island University Hospital was another forward thinking client. They liked rich modern design carried out in the best of materials.  While most of our projects are "green" this one was specifically "green" in that we only used two materials to carry out the entire plan — glass and aluminum.


The donor wall is made up of two sections. The left section recognizes the community based major donors to this $10 Million+ campaign.  The right section recognizes the staff donors who rounded out the fund raising effort. The two panel glass installation spans just over 15 feet from left to right.  It rises to 7 feet above floor level. Over 1,000 names are sand blasted into the two panels.  Typical of our work we like to tell our clients' stories. For Staten Island University Hospital we used architectural photographs of their site throughout the years - these enhanced the community donors panel. The staff panel was enhanced with photographs taken from the hospital's staff archives.


For naming opportunities and special recognition plaques we used deep carved sand blasted glass as the basis for all.  Some plaques, like the one honoring Elizabeth A. Connelly who the center is named for, also included photo embedded metal panels to enhance their look.

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New York, NY 10272

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Need Help? Telephone: (646) 729-7142  eMail:

Need Help? Telephone: (646) 729-7142  eMail:


Need Help? Telephone: (646) 729-7142