Design / Build

SLAM designs $60 million, 105,000 s/f Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Johnson City, NY The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM)has completed the programming, planning, and design for the new $60 million, 105,000-s/f School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Binghamton University, State University of New York (SUNY), located on the 11-acre Health Science Campus being developed less than three miles from the main campus. In addition to full architectural services, SLAM provided interior design, structural engineering and landscape architecture services.

Total Orthopedics and Sport Medicine opens $3 million, 20,000 s/f facility designed by Victor Famulari Architect

Syosset, NY Total Orthopedics and Sports Medicine has opened the group’s new $3 million facility.   Medical appointments and a walk-in clinic that provides orthopedic-specific urgent care, Total Ortho Express,  are among the services available at the 115 Eileen Way location, a 20,000 s/f, detached one-story building. Victor Famulari Architect, P.C. was the architect for the interior of the facility.  The Capo Group (owner) is a full-service real estate development firm.  They were the prime contractor on the project.

Pace University completes $45 million phase 1 project; Designed by FXCollaborative; Transformed 55,000 s/f at One Pace Plaza and 41 Park Row

Manhattan, NY Pace University has opened the newly transformed spaces in its downtown campus structure, One Pace Plaza, and the adjacent historic building, 41 Park Row, the original home of the New York Times, in a ribbon cutting ceremony on January 28th. This ribbon cutting signifies the completion of $45 million phase 1 of the $190 million project. FXFOWLE was the project architect.

MBI constructs and renovates Mount Sinai’s Guggenheim Pavilion; Four-month project consisted of patient care spaces

Manhattan, NY MBI Group, a NYC-based construction firm specializing in interior and healthcare fit-outs, was retained as part of a competitive bid process to construct and renovate patient care spaces at The Mount Sinai Hospital’s Guggenheim Pavilion, located at 1190 Fifth Ave. on the Upper East Side.

Deneau joins Hoffmann Architects as business development manager

Manhattan, NY Hoffmann Architects has welcomed a new team member to the marketing and business development department. Lisa Deneau joins Hoffmann Architects as business development manager for the N.Y. region. With 20 years’ experience marketing professional services in the A/E/C industry, she has led business development efforts in establishing and maintaining client relationships. She applies her knowledge of the N.Y. design and construction industry to devising team strategies and forging alliances that deliver clients the best possible outcomes, tailored to individual project parameters.

Mancini names Sheridan and Kipfer principals

New York, NY According to Mancini, Jessica Sheridan, AIA, and Michael Kipfer have been elevated to the principal level of leadership. Their promotion comes on the heels of a groundbreaking year of new initiatives and a proven track record of engaging clients with dynamic services. 

SWBR wins two NAIOP Awards of Excellence at annual ceremony for Evergreen Center and American Packaging

Buffalo, NY SWBR was recognized at the 2018 NAIOP Upstate New York Chapter Awards of Excellence ceremony for two projects — Evergreen Center in Buffalo, and the new American Packaging manufacturing facility in Chili.

Bolano joins Colliers as a regional director

New York, NY According to Colliers International, 35-year construction and project management veteran Joe Bolano has joined the firm’s healthcare project management team as regional director, healthcare and life sciences. Bolano will oversee the design and construction of healthcare projects from conception to closeout and will be instrumental in growing Colliers’ portfolio and building a specialized healthcare team.

Racanelli family honored at Boulton Center Gala

Bay Shore, NY Members of The Racanelli Family, who head up Racanelli Construction Co., were honored at the 15th Annual Boulton Center Gala held on November 2nd at the Boulton Center.

EmpireCore completes $20 million amenities renovation of 63-67 Wall Street; Project team: The Design High and IMC Architecture

Manhattan, NY EmpireCore has completed the comprehensive amenities renovation of 63-67 Wall St., owned by the Brooksville Company and managed by Pinnacle City Living. This project required extensive work due to the limited and aged amenities previously existing, and after 12 months of continuous construction, EmpireCore completed the $20 million renovation.