Putnam Hill                     

 A Cooperative Complex in Greenwich, Connecticut  



2019 - 2020

ROOFS -  Putnam Hill will replace the roofs of Buildings 1,2,4 and 5.  The cost of this project is funded by our capital account and will not result in any assessments.
2019

NEW BUILDING ENTRIES & SECURITY SYSTEM -  Putnam Hill completed a major renovation of all the building entries and outer lobbies to enhance access and meet the Town of Greenwich codes for handicap accessibility.  The entries to the buildings were modified to eliminate un-necessary steps from the roadway, add a handicap ramp and install new automatic sliding doors.  All the exterior doors in the complex were also fitted with keyless entry and a new security system was installed.  Finally new landscaping and irrigation will complete the project.

2019

FIRE SAFETY SYSTEM Putnam Hill installed a new Fire Safety system that conforms to the new Town of Greenwich codes and identifies to the Fire Department the exact location of an emergency.   The system includes addressable & hard wired heat sensors, strobes and sounders in each apartment, able to alert Residents quickly if an emergency occurs.  In addition each unit includes at least one Putnam Hill supplied smoke and carbon monoxide detector located outside the bedroom.  These units have a 10 year battery life.
 



2017 - 2019


RETAINING WALLS - Putnam Hill replaced many of the original poured concrete retaining walls flanking the entries to our underground parking garages with new stacked stone walls.  All of these areas have also been newly re-landscaped providing year round interest and beauty to the campus.  




2015


STORAGE - Putnam Hill upgraded its storage facilities adding new storage cages as shown on the right.  The older "Storage Bins" measure 4' tall and wide, 6' deep and the new "Storage Cages" measure 3' x 4' x 7.5' tall   




2013 - 2015


ELEVATORS -  Putnam Hill installed new elevators in all the Buildings.

  



2013


GENERATORS - Putnam Hill installed heavy duty Kohler generators to provide power to all common areas and the heating systems in every building.  After installation the generators were attractively hidden with evergreen Japanese Hollies or Schip's Laurel.