Education is the building block to the future, and creating an effective, inviting, stimulating learning environment for your minds is equally
as crecial. Relying on the experience of thte union construction industry places your project in the hands of professionals. Our union contractors
and craftsmen expertly complete a project with the priority of not disrupting the institution's schedule or classroom instruction.
And, in these cost-conscious times, our strict attention to safety and use of highly skilled professionals ensure that the job will be done on
time and within budget. Our commitment to exellent performance means you get value from every dollar invested in the project, from the largest
of institutions to the smallest of classrooms.
Mt. Lebanon United Presbyterian Church Multi-Ministry Building
The primary plan was to demolish the middle structure of a three-building complex and construct a new 20,000-square-foot facility. An innovative
safety plan created by the contractor allowed the church's nursery school to continue operating throughout the project. The program featured
tagging parent vehicles to ensure safe child pickup. And, a temporary ramp was built so children could safely enter and exit the building by grasping
specially built so children could safely enter and exit the building by grasping specially built handrails.
Some other educational projects includes:
Art Institute of Pittsburgh
The challenge of this project was not just to create a modern, technologically equipped building while maintaining the traditional architecture and historical
presence of this downtown Pittsburgh structure. The building team also fulfilled the task fo renovating 168,000 square feet over 10 floors within an eight-month
schedule and within the $13 million budget. Because of the fast-tracked schedule, craftsmen had to adapt to evolving design modifications throughout the project.
Upper St. Clair High School
The largest modernization project ever done in Pennsylvania, more than $30 million in renovations and new construction was done without once closing operations
of this 1,500-student facility. Decades of use created deteriorated and outdated building systems to build from, but features now include an energy efficient, zoned
HVAC system, a performing arts theater and a teaching lab rising from an ailing auditorium, and a new, two-story, 155,000-square-foot academic addition.