New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
“30 Broad Street Expansion”
New York, N.Y.
1999– present

In the late 1990s the NYSE, the largest stock exchange in the world in dollar volume and second largest by number of companies listed, embarked on its 30 Broad Street project to complete the single largest trading floor expansion in its history without interfering with ongoing, daily operations. Working in conjunction with NYSE architects, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, Infra-Structures designed, engineered, manufactured and installed all of the trading desks, platforms and multimedia electronic support for the critical operating environment. Work is ongoing for the newest command and control operations facility for security systems using closed circuit television.

This broadcast facility at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is used as one of the primary interview locations for visiting dignitaries. The set allows broadcasters a variety of customizable backgrounds and locations against which they can share the latest market information in a dynamic, engaging manner. Infra-Structures worked with NYSE’s architects to design, engineer, fabricate and install the custom interior design architectural elements and multimedia components.