News
01.20.2010
General Contracting & Construction Management

New York LAw School by smithgroup with pavarini McGovern
Jeff Goldberg/Esto
 

3-D Laboratory
268 Water St., New York;
212-791-7070
www.3-dlaboratory.com

AECOM
605 3rd Ave., New York;
212-973-2900
www.aecom.com

Bovis Lend Lease
200 Park Ave., New York;
212-592-6700
www.bovislendlease.com

D. Haller
555 8th Ave., New York;
212-868-6961
www.dhallerinc.com

Del-Sano Contracting
2037 Morris Ave., Union, NJ; 908-688-8891
www.delsano.com

F.J. Sciame Construction
14 Wall St., New York;
212-232-2200
www.sciame.com

Gilbane
7 Jackson Walkway, Providence, RI;
800-445-2263
www.gilbanebuilding.com

Hensel Phelps Construction
4437 Brookfield Corporate Dr., Chantilly, VA;
703-828-3200
www.henselphelps.com

Legacy Homes
P.O. Box 56, Smithtown, NY; 631-475-2331
www.lhibuilders.com

Lehr Construction Corporation
902 Broadway, New York;
212-353-1160
www.lehrcc.com

LiRo Group
3 Aerial Way, Syosset, NY;
516-938-5476
www.liro.com

Men at Work Construction
41 Industrial Rd., Wainscott, NY; 631-537-6600
www.mawconstruction.com

MG and Company
230 West 17th St., New York; 212-691-4000
www.mgandcompany.com

Monadnock
155 3rd St., Brooklyn;
718-875-8160
www.moncon.com

Northbrook Contracting
7 Corporate Dr., Peekskill, NY; 914-737-4403
www.northbrook
contracting.com

Pavarini McGovern
352 Park Avenue South,
14th Floor, New York;
212-907-0900
www.pavarinimcgovern.com

Plaza Construction
260 Madison Ave., New York;
212-849-4800
www.plazaconstruction.com

Structure Tone
770 Broadway, New York;
212-481-6100
www.structuretone.com

TJ Fuller
672 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn;
718-302-0288
www.woodvisioncabinets.com

Tocci Building Companies
660 Main St., Woburn, MA;
781-935-5500
www.tocci.com

Turner Construction
375 Hudson St., New York;
212-229-6000
www.turnerconstruction.com

Vertical Construction Corporation
3627 31st St.,
Long Island City, NY;
718-472-9595

Wolfe Scott Associates
2522 South St., Philadelphia;
215-545-1272
www.wolfescott.com

“The guys at Del-Sano did all the administration on LEED for the Garden Street Lofts. They followed around the trade contractors and were very diligent about everything. And the site supervisor was just great. You’d see him walking around, picking up a tube of caulk and making sure there were no VOCs, just to make sure all the products were right.”
Colleen O’Keefe
SHoP

“We did the Autodesk Headquarters with a new form of contract called integrated project delivery, which blurs the traditional boundaries between design and construction. We all worked around the same BIM model. During design, there were folks from Tocci Building Companies in our office working side by side in a collaborative effort that squeezed out a lot of the waste typical of the usual forms of project delivery.”
Chris Leary
KlingStubbins

“The Atlantic Avenue Apartments was a little bit unique in that it was done on the Habitat for Humanity model. Vertical Construction Corporation built the core and shell. In turn, they had to interface with the fact that most of the interior work, such as partitions and finishes, was done by volunteers. It was a learning experience for all of us, and Vertical did a very good job.”
Bill Stein
Dattner Architects

Wolfe Scott’s biggest contribution to the Germantown Friends School was really approaching construction as an extension of the collaborative effort. They did not position themselves in a confrontational relationship with the members of the design team, so when there were field conflicts they were partners in solving those issues.”
David Ade
SMP Architects