Behind the Scenes of the Point Place Casino construction https://vimeo.com/254375666 Thanks to the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters and Carpenter Contractor Trust for providing this video.
Crouse Health staff drop-off We’ve done a lot of work at Crouse Health over the years and we just recently turned over the newly renovated staff drop-off location that includes an overhead canopy to protect from the elements and seating. Read more about our work history at Crouse Health here.
Court is back in session at oneida indian nation justice center Sitting atop a hill on Union Street in Oneida is our recently completed 2,500 square foot addition to the Oneida Indian Nation Justice Center. The grand column-lined entry leads into a foyer featuring a tiled accent floor and a brand new cherry-wood accented courtroom.… Read more »
We’re building up and out! Over the last year, we’ve been busy working on our job sites and expanding our team. It’s an exciting time at Hayner Hoyt! We’d like to wish a warm welcome to our newest recruits: Superintendents Robert Young Shawn Bryant Supervisor Jason Wheeler Carpenters Richard Stulb Robert Wood Adam Wood Assistant… Read more »
A sneak peek of redhouse arts at city center Redhouse Arts Center is moving to City Center! Construction is well under way at the former Sibley’s building on South Salina Street and we’re on schedule for an anticipated move-in date of January 2018. As a leading provider of theater, arts education and community outreach in… Read more »
The Hayner Hoyt Corporation has been named one of the best companies to work for in New York for the tenth straight year. The Best Companies to Work for in New York Program is an award given by the New York State Society for Human Resource Management and The Business Council of New York. The… Read more »
3 more tiny homes for homeless veterans built in Syracuse By Tom Magnarelli Three more tiny homes for homeless veterans have been built on Syracuse’s south side. The nonprofit, A Tiny Home for Good, finished their first two homes earlier this year. At the ribbon cutting ceremony was Dolphus Johnson, who has been volunteering to help… Read more »
Tiny homes sprout in Syracuse, shelter for homeless vets By Tim Knauss | firstname.lastname@example.org SYRACUSE, N.Y. – In color and finish, the two recently completed townhouses on Rose Avenue blend in with other new homes in the neighborhood. But in size, or lack thereof, they stand out. Each of the new townhouses contains just 240… Read more »
CenterState CEO Announces Business of the Year Finalists CenterState CEO’s yearly gathering of the region’s business and community leaders features our Business of the Year Awards, recognizing members and organizations for their commitment to growth, improving our community and creating tangible impacts on our economy. The finalists were selected from a competitive pool of more… Read more »
Jeremy Thurston on leadership: Build a good team, lead by example, recognize hard work By Stan Linhorst | email@example.com Fifty years ago this month, Richard Hoyt and Don Hayner started a general construction company in Syracuse. In 1978, Gary Thurston joined The Hayner Hoyt Corp. and by 1993 he had bought the company. Thurston didn’t… Read more »