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Duggal Celebrates New 100,000-Square-Foot Production Headquarters in Brooklyn Navy Yard

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Duggal Celebrates New 100,000-Square-Foot Production Headquarters in Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn Navy Yard BLDG 25 is now home to Duggal Visual Solutions’ world-class production team.

On May 21, Duggal held an employee appreciation and touring event at the 100,000-square foot facility to celebrate what CEO Mike Duggal called an important milestone in the company’s 52-year history.

“This is the fruit of all of our hard work, our consistent embracement of the latest technology, and the hundreds of combined years of experience on our team,” Duggal said. “This building symbolizes who we aspire to be in the visual production industry, and that’s nothing short of the best in the world.”

Duggal becomes the only printing company to have a certified LEED Gold production house.

BLDG 25 was the nation’s first multi-level green industrial facility and the first building in New York to utilize mounted wind turbines when it was constructed in 2009. It won the Building Brooklyn National Grid Award for Energy Conservation that same year.

A perfect complement to the nearby Duggal Greenhouse, BLDG 25 features solar panels, rainwater recycling systems, high-efficiency lighting fixtures, and living walls for natural ventilation. Even the bike racks are made from repurposed Navy Yard railroad tracks.

“From here we will continue to serve as a trusted partner and advisor to the world’s top artists, brands and organizations,” Duggal said.

Duggal’s fine art, retail and customer service headquarters will remain at 29 West 23rd Street in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, maintaining its role as a cornerstone of photographic, print and visual art production in New York City.

More to come from BLDG 25. In the meantime, below are a few pictures from the building’s transformation and our internal grand opening.

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1 Comment

  1. Greetings

    I am involved with a photo exhibit, could you provide pricing information on 11 x 14 and 20 x 30 prints on archival paper and the turn around time?


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