Fall Project Recap 2021
We can't be-leaf fall is already over. But fear not, winter is coming... and we look forward to the project adventures it will hold! But until then...
Check out what we've wrapped up, continued, and began below during this Autumn season!
Bird Library at Syracuse University
August 3rd, 2021
Outside of Bird Library on Syracuse University’s campus, project team Andy Stoffle and Conor Utter are working with Burns Bros Contractors, Driscoll Masonry Restoration, and Emerald Electrical Contractors to install a snowmelt system, restore the concrete ventilation tunnel, install new trench drains and storm line, and replace the sidewalks and glass entrance. Take a look at the progress.
The Parlor at Turning Stone Casino
August 6, 2021
Occasionally we get a project that really showcases just how talented our carpenters are. The Parlor at Turning Stone Resort Casino is one of these projects.
Committed to a tight deadline and impressive craftmanship, Randy Shantel, Ben Blackwelder, Tom Kaulback, Kevin McLaughlin, Justin Bailey, Igor Caterenciuc, Eddie Monnell, Pete Heacox, Joe Cutro, James Stokes, Chase Kaylor, Maggie Werts, Aaron Devereaux and Bob Young all had a hand in transforming this space into a gorgeous lounge.
As always, we're proud of our long standing relationship with the Oneida Indian Nation and grateful for the opportunity to highlight the talent of our team!
Guthrie Cortland Cancer Treatment Center
August 9, 2021
Let's wake up Monday with a glamour shot from inside the linear accelerator vault at Guthrie Cortland Cancer Treatment Center. Sitework continues, but the project will be wrapping up soon and the 11,000 sf free standing facility will turnover to Guthrie to continue serving the community.
September 2, 2021
Congratulations to Guthrie Cortland Medical Center on the grand opening of The Renzi Cancer Center! The 10,800 square foot facility will provide comprehensive cancer treatment and includes a state-of-the-art linear accelerator, infusion bays, phlebotomy stations, on-site pharmacy, exam rooms and more.
Kudos to our project team Adam Legg, Bill Nelson, Eric Metzger, Alex McGill, Randy Shantel, Joe Cutro, and Pete Heacox.
Carrier Dome at Syracuse University
August 19, 2021
Crazy what a difference a week can make. Outside the Carrier Dome, Ruston Paving is well under way with asphalt. You’d never know that just a few weeks ago Forestry Drive was torn up to replace steam condensate lines and reinsulate the steam lines that run up Forestry Drive and feed the Dome, Sadler Dormitory, other portions of Syracuse University’s campus, as well as Illick Hall and Baker Laboratory on SUNY ESF's campus.
October 6, 2021
Signed, sealed, delivered...we're proud and grateful to be among this year's honorees at the Associated Builders & Contractors, Empire State Chapter Excellence in Construction Awards. Congratulations to the Syracuse University Dome Roof Replacement team on this well deserved recognition!
Wilcox Student Center at Utica College
August 23, 2021
A total gut renovation, inside and out. Take a look at the newly transformed Wilcox Student Center at Utica College.
Thank you to Utica College for the opportunity and kudos to our project team Kyle Robinson, Jim Lostracco and our talented subs: Charles Tibbitts Masonry, Thermo Heating and Air Conditioning, Apple Roofing, Usmail Electric, Superior Plumbing and Heating, Utica Glass Company, Lemoyne Interiors, Doyner Masonry, B&K Plastering, Winterton Painting, Ruston Paving, and Nelligan Company!
Gordon Science Center at Utica College
August 31, 2021
Class is now in session! The Gordon Science Center expansion at Utica College wrapped up just in time for the start of the 2021-2022 school year.
Congratulations to our project team Maggie Werts, Jamie Stoffle, Kyle Robinson, and all of our talented subcontractors: Midstate Steel, Fred Burrows Trucking, Kelkon, Ruston Paving, H.J. Brandeles, Huen Electric, Paragon Masonry, Apple Roofing, LeMoyne Interiors, Utica Glass Company, D.J. Rosetti & Son, White’s Welding, Spencer Virnoche, and Kelley Brothers.
Cameron Ashley Building Products
September 8, 2021
You know the old adage “if the sun is soaring, concrete is pouring”? No? Just us?
Well, yesterday was a gorgeous day for a concrete pour and fortunately our team had the perfect project for just such an occasion.
Bob Mastro, Kenny Crossway, and Jon Livesay are running the show on an office renovation at Cameron Ashley Building Products with Doyner Masonry replacing concrete for several loading docks and repairing/repointing some masonry block. A great project to take advantage of the end of summer!
Seven Oaks Golf Course at Colgate University
September 16, 2021
In life, and construction, sometimes it's best to start over.
We have a fun project underway at Colgate University. Working with C&H Architects, we just demolished the clubhouse at Seven Oaks Golf Course to make way for a new one. Stay tuned for construction progress.
November 9, 2021
Since demolition, we’ve started making a lot of progress at Colgate University's clubhouse at Seven Oaks Golf Course! Currently, we're finishing the forming and pouring of foundation walls and working on the interior footings, elevator foundation, and underslab utilities at the basement. The talented Doyner team will start concrete walls for the elevator shaft next week.
Riverside Plant Addition
September 24, 2021
Congratulations to Feldmeier Equipment on the groundbreaking of their Riverside plant addition that will more than double the size of the existing manufacturing facility! We're honored to be a part of your growth.
600 State Street
December 14, 2020
Did you know?
The textile industry boomed in Utica starting in the 1840s after mills converted to steam power which produced better products, faster and cheaper.
By the end of the 19th century, Utica was labeled the “knit goods capital of the world” with more than two dozen mills employing thousands of men and women. One of these mills was the Utica Steam Cotton Mill located at 600 State Street.
Fast forward 100 years or so, industries have changed, but the building still stands. Construction has begun to transition this 92,000 sf historic building into a mixed-use facility with residential units and commercial/retail space.
Oswego Hospital Med/Surg Renovation
October 8, 2021
Thank you to Oswego Health for the opportunity to work with King + King Architects on the medical/surgical unit renovation at Oswego Hospital.
Kudos to our project team Adam Legg, Tim Moran, Jim Condon, Nick Kier, Ethan Robinson, Joe Hanley, Kim Rossignol, James Stokes, and Eddie Monnell.
November 16, 2021
We're in the third and final phase of the Oswego Hospital med/surg project, finishing renovations on the third floor. Lemoyne Interiors has wrapped up framing and abatement and demolition crews are complete.
This week, Amico Corporation will be installing track supports for a patient ceiling lift system. These tracks lift and transport patients around the room and into the bathroom. Contractors are roughing in electrical, plumbing, medical gas lines and HVAC before we move on to drywall and finishes.
Way to go project team Adam Legg, Tim Moran, Nick Kier, Ethan Robinson, and Jim Condon.
Community Memorial Hospital
October 14, 2021
We're just weeks away from turning over the new emergency department at Community Memorial Hospital.
Thanks to our project team Adam Legg, Dan Phinney, Jake Bratek and our outstanding subcontractors including CC Paving, Lemoyne Interiors, Doyner Masonry, Paragon, Carpets Wholesale, Christiana Millwork, Century Heating, Allied Electric, SRI, Neivel Precision Plumbing, and B.R. Johnson.
Central Distribution Center
September 24, 2021
Congratulations to The Fountainhead Group, Inc. on the groundbreaking of their new Central Distribution Center in Frankfort, NY! The new 195,000 square foot warehouse will allow FGI to streamline and expand its distribution and manufacturing efforts. We're honored to be a part of your growth!
Byrne Dairy Ultra Dairy
November 4, 2021
At Byrne Dairy's Ultra Dairy facility, project team Jim Polakiewicz, Kenny Crossway, James Massett, and Taylor Kerr are leading the construction of a new sewer treatment plant. This will tie in with the town's treatment plant and allow Byrne Dairy to expand its operations.
Currently, exterior masonry walls are going up and we're getting ready for steel and precast.
November 18, 2021
Project Sky, a massive 210,000 sq ft warehouse, has made a lot of progress since breaking ground. Currently, insulated metal panel installations, interior MEP rough ins, and roofing are underway. In the next few weeks the structural steel erection will come to completion.
Next, we will temporarily enclose the structure which will allow us to heat the inside so we can pour the foundation no matter what weather comes our way.
All hands on deck as Project Manager Jim Polakiewicz, Assistant Project Manager Justin Hayward, and Superintendent Brian Kiddle lead the charge.