Continuing in our series, we at Lowy & Donnath are so proud of our father-daughter teams and their emergency response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Who would have ever thought that 25 years after I was a foreman during the construction of the Greenberg Pavilion, that my daughter would be helping to save lives in the same building. Very proud of her accomplishments.” – General Foreman Mike Lewis.
Gianna Lewis RN, New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, operating room nurse for the liver and kidney transplant team. During the height of the pandemic Gianna worked in the COVID ICU. She will be completing her Masters as a Family Nurse Practitioner this August.
Continuing in our series, we at Lowy & Donnath are proud of this father-daughter team and what they have done for cancer patients amid the pandemic.
“I’ve been fortunate to be a part of Lowy and Donnath for 26 years. In that time, I’ve been involved in the building and upgrading of some of the greatest hospitals in NYC, including New York Presbyterian, Weill Cornell and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. I am proud to mention that my own daughter, Alexandra Rose Ungaro, is a registered nurse at MSKCC. I’m in awe of her dedication and commitment to her cancer patients. I watched her recover from COVID-19 and get back to her patients at the height of the pandemic in NYC with pride. As a father and native New Yorker, I’m proud that we both continue to serve our great city." – General Foreman Pete Ungaro.
As Lowy & Donnath celebrates 101 years of service in electrical construction, we want to recognize and thank our employees who have made Lowy & Donnath what it is today. Meet Foreman Joseph F. Cass who has been with Lowy & Donnath for 35 years and counting!
Since 1919, we have been a part of some of the most iconic buildings in the city. Check out this article showcasing one of our projects from over thirty years ago when Lowy & Donnath illuminated the New York City skyline at the timeless Woolworth Building!
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Proud to be a part of the COVID-19 emergency response efforts building out hundreds of additional hospital beds for Mount Sinai Health System. Grateful for all of our healthcare workers.
Proud to work with STUDIOS Architecture and Benchmark Builders Inc. to bring the “Wow Factor” back to the NYSE and the 2018 Best of the Year Winner for Office Renovation by Interior Design Magazine.
We are trilled to announce that Lowy & Donnath is now certified as a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise.
Over the past hundred years, we have brought electrical power to a lot of different types of critical equipment, but this may be our favorite! We're looking towards healthier, happier and better times! We are happy to get NYC back on its feet and help install these and many others just like it for our NYPHeroes. Here comes the vaccine!
We are trilled to announce that Lowy & Donnath is now certified as a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise with PANYNJ.
Continuing in our series, we at Lowy & Donnath are proud of this father-daughter team and their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“My daughter, Corinne, started working for NYPH in 2016 after a year of work at St. Francis Hospital on LI. At the time, I had been constructing the New York Presbyterian David H. Koch Center. Corinne was offered a job in the endoscopy procedure rooms that we at Lowy & Donnath constructed. She and I got to have lunch dates in the foreman’s locker which was a fun time for us. Then the COVID-19 virus struck and turned the world upside down. Corinne worked long hard hours while we all self-quarantined to stay clear of the virus. She never caught it, or rather it never caught her. She is now back in the endoscopy section of DHK. We’re all hoping this doesn’t get this bad again. Wear a MASK.” – Foreman Michael O’Mara.
Built by women for women. The NY Liberty Locker Room at the Barclays Center was designed by women and built wholly by MWBEs.
This father-daughter team shows how the COVID-19 emergency response effort is a family affair.
“I’ve been working with Lowy & Donnath since 1987 constructing complex electrical systems for most of the major hospitals in New York City. Now, I’m a very proud father to have a doctor in the family. My daughter, Dr. Kasandra Erazo, M.D., is fighting the COVID-19 pandemic at Greenwich Hospital. Knowing the fighter that she is, she will do her best to help her patients fight the Corona virus and get back home to their families.” – Felix Erazo, Director of VDC.
Proudly celebrating 100 years of excellence! We wouldn’t be the company we are today without the people, projects, and values that have guided us for the past century. We thank our employees and customers for your support and look forward to the next 100 years!
Continuing in our series, we at Lowy & Donnath are proud of the entire Reilly family for their work to care for our most needed.
“I have been working for Lowy & Donnath for seven years but have been associated with their professionalism and integrity for over thirty. My daughter, Molly, is a NICU nurse at Northwell and my son, Brendan, just graduated Nursing School from the University of Scranton. I never would have thought that my career and my children’s careers would ever cross paths. I am extremely proud of them and excited to continue our work in the health care industry to help build and care for the future.” – Larry Reilly, Project Manager.
As Lowy & Donnath celebrates 101 years of service in electrical construction, we want to recognize and than our employees who have made Lowy & Donnath what it is today. Meet Foreman Michael O'Mara who has been with Lowy & Donnath for 20 years and counting!