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Interiors

Caramoor Center For Music & The Arts


Music Room HVAC Upgrades

Katonah NY
KG & D Architects

$1.37 MILLION new climate control system in the Rosen House Music Room. The Rosen House, with 16th and 17th century interiors imported from Europe, was built between 1929 and 1939 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. The 170-seat Music Room required an HVAC system that seamlessly integrated into the space, where acoustics and historical preservation are paramount. Strategic placement of all vents and supply ducts required extensive coordination. Acoustics presented a formidable obstacle as oversized duct work was required keep noise levels to a minimum. Andron created custom registers to mimic period design patterns and, working closely with the owner and design team, expanded linear supply diffusers in the ceiling to appear as lines and shadows in order to retain an unaltered, historically accurate appearance. April 2019. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

Caramoor Center For Music & The Arts


Rosen House Updates

Katonah NY
DALPOS Architects

$600 THOUSAND Renovations and restoration to the existing Rosen House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 8-week project to modernize public restrooms inside the building. The centerpiece of the project is construction of a new handicap ramp, which connects the west lobby to the restrooms, passing through the powder room. The west lobby and powder rooms were originally imported from 18th century Tuscany and require construction to be executed with great care and sensitivity. Work includes modification of the historic structure, with work performed on the existing fabric of the building in areas of alterations. This is the first phase of a multi-phase restoration and modernization of the Caramoor Center. May 2016. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Lift Project

Katonah NY
KG & D Architects

$184 THOUSAND Installation of new materials lift and partial renovation of commercial kitchen. The new lift connects the basement to the main level of the Rosen House. Work includes renovation and modifications of existing spaces, including the adjoining 18th century dining room. The Rosen House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. May 2017. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Jewish Community Center Of Harrison


Harrison NY
Perkins Eastman Architects

$1.1 MILLION Sanctuary Conversion. Full gut and renovation of the sanctuary in an existing and fully occupied facility. Scope includes structural reconfiguration of the Bema and Aron Kodesh. Fabric wrapped acoustical wall panels, wood paneling, limestone and brass mesh panels are combined at the walls of the circular space, and concentric rings of LED pendant fixtures adorn the plaster ceiling. New pews, Torah rack and central reading table finish the space. September 2014. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

SUNY Maritime College


Bronx NY
Environetics Group Architects

$3.88 MILLION Dining hall renovation: complete gut of existing cafeteria and kitchen during the 3-month summer break. Construction of new cafeteria, serving line and commercial kitchen. New finishes, as well as new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. August 2012. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

“I rarely witness a project managed quite so flawlessly. I am routinely impressed by your level of enthusiasm and efficient approach to project management. I am appreciative of all efforts made by the Andron team to bring this project to completion within our aggressive schedule; especially considering the many intricacies encountered.” Bill Hermann, Capital Program Manager /SUNY Maritime College

The Children’s Village Athletic Facility


Dobbs Ferry NY
Peter Gisolfi Associates

$10.5 MILLION 30,000 SF renovations and addition to the Lanza Activites Center consisting of a pool, gym, locker rooms, weight room, multi-purpose rooms, conference rooms, snack bar and office space. July 2010. ANDRON SERVICES Preconstruction, Value Engineering, Construction Management

New York Botanical Garden / Stone Mill


Bronx NY
Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architects
certified LEED-Silver

$14 MILLION ($4.7 million general construction + $9.3 million management of MEP primes) Lillian and Amy Goldman Stone Mill. Restoration of the 169-year-old Snuff Mill, a National Historic Landmark. Includes new offices, a new kitchen, new bathrooms and a modern elevator, repointing of exterior walls and installation of cedar roof shingles. The Stone Mill’s exterior restoration maintains the original industrial character while the interior rehabilitation provides necessary systems and building upgrades. LEED LEED-qualified features include a breathable cedar-shingled roof, custom thermal storm windows, reclaimed oak flooring, stormwater runoff treatment, and native plantings. July 2010. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

New York Botanical Garden / Everett Garden Gate


Bronx NY
Dattner Architects

$1.6 MILLION A new 1400 SF comfort station with a 1300 SF attached loggia for the entrance to The Children’s Adventure Garden. Exposed timber framed construction throughout with peeled cedar “tree trunk columns” at the loggia. The interior of the comfort station consists of ceramic tile floors/wainscot with a stained finish on all exposed timbers. September 2007. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Scarsdale Golf Club


Scarsdale, NY
Perkins Eastman Architects PC

$5.5 MILLION Clubhouse renovation and addition: interior renovation 30,000 SF consisting of extensive new class “A” millwork finishes, coffered ceilings, window replacement, new commercial kitchen, and elevator. 2500 SF addition expanded the kitchen area and included a new entrance/reception area. New exterior structure and finishes include field stone veneer, raised terrace, stucco finish, columns and cornices. The extensive demolition of the existing structure required engineered shoring of support systems for the interior masonry walls. New structural steel construction throughout, to support the existing masonry building, was required for the large span of interior spaces. July 2004. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

The Golf Club Of Purchase


Purchase NY
Hart Howerton Architects Design

$8.7 MILLION New Clubhouse: 25,000 SF golf clubhouse facility with kitchen, dining room, locker rooms and recreation areas. Building materials include a natural field stone foundation and walls and naturally weathered wood shingle walls and roof. Elaborate exterior and interiors finishes include wood siding, stone veneer, exposed beams and extensive millwork. July 2000. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester / Aquatic Center


Warshauer Mellusi Warshauer Architects PC

Mt. Kisco NY

$6 MILLION New aquatic center and facility expansion: new 15,000 SF addition with natatorium, spectator seating, lockers and lobby, together with renovations of 23,000 SF for a youth center, offices, gymnasium and day care area. Construction was performed while the facility remained fully operational. December 1999. ANDRON SERVICES Preconstruction, Value Engineering, Construction Management

“Andron succeeded where the national firm failed for 2 reasons… (1) excellent suggestions to reduce costs without reducing the program and (2) a deep level of trust from the local trade contractors and suppliers.” Brian Skanes, Executive Director /Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester

Congregation B’nai Yisrael


Armonk NY
Lee Skolnick Architecture

$3.25 MILLION New 13,350 SF facility including sanctuary, meeting rooms, classrooms, offices, and related work. June 1999. ANDRON SERVICES Preconstruction, Value Engineering, Construction Management

Orange County Community College


Middletown NY
Mesick-Cohen-Waite, Architects

$2.7 MILLION 25,000 SF Historic Restoration of Administration Building. Refurbishment of architectural details and finishes, including stonework, masonry repair, exterior marble mosaic floors, masonry cleaning, masonry pointing, ornamental metal work, finish carpentry, wood stile and rail doors, wood window restoration, wood flooring restoration, interior stonework, interior ornamental plaster work, together with the modernization of systems on Morrison Hall, a landmark mansion (National Register) located on the Orange County Community College campus. April 1993. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Our Awards

Our experience and dedication to excellence have been recognized for years. We are incredibly proud of our team’s hard work and diligence and will bring that same level of commitment to your next project.

2002 Build New America Award

Associated General Contractors of America

The Fresh Air Fund

Sharpe Reservation Capital Program

2010 Build New York Award 

Associated General Contractors of NYS

for excellence in construction and teamwork

Cabrini of Westchester

St. Cabrini Nursing Home

2006 Build New York Award 

Associated General Contractors of NYS

for excellence in construction and teamwork

The New York Botanical Garden

Nolen Glasshouses

1995 Build New York Award 

Associated General Contractors of NYS

for excellence in construction and teamwork

Trinity Pawling School

Cluett Hall Renovation

1992 Build New York Award

Honorable mention

General Building Contractors of NYS

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

Biotechnical Pilot Plant

2020 Build Connecticut Award 

Associated General Contractors of CT / Merit Award Specialty Interiors

UConn Health 

Academic Building Addition

2012 Build Connecticut Award

Associated General Contractors of CT

mid-size new construction project $5M–$20M

Jonathan Rose Companies

Metro Green Apartments

2012 ENR Best of Awards

NY

Best Project—healthcare

Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center

Skilled Nursing Facility

2008 ENR Best of Awards

Best of the Best

national winner—sports/recreation

College of New Rochelle

New Wellness Center

2008 ENR Best of Awards

NY

best project—sports/recreation

College of New Rochelle

New Wellness Center

2005 ENR Best of Awards NY

award of merit—Systems & Technology

The New York Botanical Garden

Nolen Glasshouses

2005 ENR Best of Awards

NY

award of merit—Assisted Living Facilities

Kendal on Hudson

Continuing Care Community

2010 Annual Visual Arts Bene Award 

Excellence in design and craftsmanship

Ministry & Liturgy Magazine

Cabrini of Westchester

St. Cabrini Nursing Home Chapel

2009 CIB Award

Award of merit—special recognition

Concrete Industry Board

College of New Rochelle

New Wellness Center

2005 Platinum Award

Best in senior housing

National Home Builders Association

United Hebrew

Willow Towers Assisted Living

2005 Lucy G. Moses 

Preservation Award

NYC Landmark Conservancy

Fordham University

Duane Hall Library Renovation

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