Riva Precision Manufacturing Moving to the Historic Brooklyn Army Terminal May/June 2013

Riva Precision Manufacturing is a vertically integrated jewelry design facility. From design to distribution, Riva has worked with jewelry houses for the last 24 years to make beautiful pieces under one roof, boosting the local economy and making sure that from start to finish, all is “made in New York .” To accommodate the company’s growth, Riva Precision is delighted to announce an upcoming move in May/June 2103 to the historic Brooklyn Army Terminal. Says Ted Doudak, “BAT is a special place to move Riva, and I wanted a location that provided space, security and a connection to the city. The former home of what was once the largest military supply base during WWII, the building was designed by Cass Gilbert (of Woolworth Building fame). A hub of local industry, it is the perfect space for manufacturing beautiful jewelry and expanding into manufacturing for other industries.” Effective after the move, Riva’s new address will be 140 58th Street, Unit 8B, Brooklyn, NY, 11220 . Previously scheduled for a December 2012 move, Ted Doudak, CEO says, “We want to be sure that we have updated all systems and that they are up and running: Electrical, IT, Security, and Environmental so we are taking more time to ensure a smooth and optimal transition.”