Our work at 525 William Penn Place began as renovating an old 1,400 sq. ft. training room on one floor, which required removing an old restroom, making layout modifications, and installing new, state of the art AV equipment along with new acoustical ceilings, flooring, and paint.
From there, we were contracted to completely remodel an entire floor amounting to 16,278 sq. ft of work area. This project included demoing and hauling out all old office furniture and cubicles; complete overhaul and upgrade to the HVAC system and installation of all new diffusers; extensive electrical work and upgrades; the construction of several new offices and conference rooms; all new kitchen casework, counter, and tile work; and new flooring and paint. This floor also contained a training room that we modified and upgrading like our first project. We also prepped and coordinated new furniture installation with the bank’s furniture vendor.
We then completed an additional floor in the building. The work area there was 18,116. Unlike our first entire floor project, this one focused mostly on demo and haul out of the existing office furniture and installing new flooring and paint. We also modified and upgraded two training rooms with new AV equipment and a 3,000 sq. ft. conference room.
At the request of the bank, their name has been withheld.
Architect: Hellyer Lewis, Inc.
211 S 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA 1910
Heartland Fabrication needed to join two buildings together to streamline their steel manufacturing processes. The new pre-engineered metal building constructed between the two existing structures is 65’ wide and 287’ long, houses three 15-ton cranes, also has a lean-to attachment.
One of the biggest challenges that we solved with this project was the details regarding tying the different buildings together. This is where our experience in the industry won out against competitors. We were able to design two different methods to connect the new structure – one into the existing metal building side wall and the other going over and encompassing the existing masonry building endwall.
We were contracted for the building package, erection, and overhead doors. Despite the owner contracting directly with other companies for site work, foundations, etc., our Project Manager still coordinated much of the job.
Architect: Ulery Architecture
266 Frye Farm Road
Greensburg, PA 1560
When statues of Jesus at the Last Supper and Padre Pio were donated to St. Emma Monastery, we were engaged by the Sisters to construct outdoor plazas for each statue. After some initial brainstorming and discussions with the Sisters, our employees designed and sketched out each of the plazas.
The Last Supper has thirteen seats at the table that are all formed and poured with tinted concrete. The table and seats sit on an exposed aggregate slab with a boarder of brick pavers.
The Padre Pio plaza has a tinted concrete gathering area with three sections of exposed aggregate precast as a backdrop. The sidewalk leading to the gathering area is also poured in tinted concrete.
Designed by Raimondo Constructio
Utilizing pre-engineered framing components and standing seam metal roofing offers many clients a cost-effective construction alternative. These projects vary from ground-up construction complete with site work and Raimondo poured foundations to retrofitting and resheeting old metal buildings with new insulated siding and roof panels to make them more energy efficient. As a licensed metal building dealer since the 1970s, we have decades of experience in this industry and have erected hundreds of thousands of square feet of metal buildings.
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While our company history is rooted in all types of concrete work, our work in this area these days is now almost entirely focused in heavy-duty and specialized industrial applications or in supporting our pre-engineered and building work.
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