Graffiti-Free NYC

Brooklyn, NY

The Graffiti-Free NYC Program removes graffiti from public and private properties in heavily trafficked commercial corridors and industrial business zones across the five boroughs using a fleet of service vehicles specially equipped with paint spray and removal equipment.  Under the GFNYC program, more than 170 million square feet of surface area have been cleaned of graffiti.

MHA designed the 30,000 square foot facility for GFNYC within the existing Building B at Brooklyn Army Terminal.  The project included indoor berthing for 30 service vehicles, materials and equipment storage, employee facilities and administrative operations.

Mayor deBlasio – CleaNYC

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