The Growing Demand for Prefabrication With demand for construction rising, a shrinking pool of experienced trade workers, and workplace efficiency becoming a top priority, the adoption of prefabrication has been crucial to the manufacturing and construction industry over the last few years. So, what is prefabrication, and how is it
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By Sarah Hall Published in Construction Contractor – Spring 2019 The construction business is constantly changing. To stay competitive, you have to stay on top of the latest innovations. Martin-Zombek Construction Services, Inc., in Syracuse has kept a finger on the pulse of technology for the last decade, while maintaining
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Over the past two years, Western New York has seen more than $100 million in federal funding coming for major updates and renovations at Veterans Administration hospital and health care sites. The Batavia VA Medical Center brought in $30 million funding alone to renovate the building and rehabilitation facilities. The
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On the New York State Fairgrounds, a new building has just opened its doors to the public. The Exposition Center is a $62 Million structure completed in 252 days, finishing just in time for the New York State Fair in mid-august. The 136,000 square-foot building provides the fairgrounds a new
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This project is unique in that it is the largest medical education building being built in the U.S. at this time. BY BRENDA RUGGIERO Curated from: ConstructionEquipmentGuide.Com WED NOVEMBER 23, 2016 – NORTHEAST EDITION University at Buffalo Photo A new building for the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
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