Hayner Hoyt to Move into Downtown Syracuse The news is true! Sometime in 2023, The Hayner Hoyt Corporation will move into its new offices in City Center. Demo in the old Sibley’s building is expected to begin before the end of the year to transform the 280,000 sf building into a mixed-use commercial/retail/apartment building. Anchor… Read more »
Our team is growing! Congratulations to Maggie Werts on her promotion to Senior Project Manager and a most sincere welcome to the Massett brothers! Robert joined the crew this summer as a carpenter and James started this week as an assistant superintendent. Growth….promotion…..exciting projects in the works….it’s a great time to join the Hayner Hoyt… Read more »
What is a cleanroom? If you’re anything like our marketing manager, when you read the word “cleanroom” your imagination jumps to the movies where the hero is decked out head to toe in a hazmat suit and starts breathing like Darth Vader as he enters an all-white, sterile environment to do something important that will… Read more »
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After years of planning and over a year of construction, The Hayner Hoyt Corporation has completed work on Oswego Health’s new behavioral health center. The Lakeview Center for Mental Health and Wellness was born out of a former Price Chopper that had sat vacant and dilapidated for years. The transformation into a 40,000… Read more »
Healthcare construction differs from any other construction environment because work is almost always taking place in or near patient care areas. Hospitals don’t have the luxury of shutting down to renovate so extra effort must be made to run a clean, contained site and minimize disruption to care services. After over a decade of concentrated… Read more »
Take a look at the Hayner Hoyt crew in action at this year’s Salvation Army Distribution Day. Cold day, but heartwarming to help the community!
Tune in at 5pm this evening for the full story on Gary Thurston’s drive to give to children in need each holiday season. https://www.localsyr.com/news/local-news/christmas-bureau-saved-by-community-donations/
In an especially challenging year, we’re grateful to be able to help The Salvation Army rescue Christmas. Teaming up with Santa and some other local elves, our donation will ensure that no child goes without a toy.
Major progress at Utica College’s Gordon Science Center! Structural steel is complete and we’re gearing up to start framing and MEP rough ins.