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UConn Health / Academic Building Addition

Farmington CT
Centerbrook Architects & Planners
certified LEED Gold

$2.6 MILLION Andron Carpentry performs the Rough Carpentry, Light Gauge Metal Framing, Interior Partitions and Drywall, Doors and Frames, and Specialties work on a $30M academic building renovation and addition. The 12,800 SF Academic Building addition features a large rotunda space designed for interactive, team-based learning, equipped with advanced projection and acoustic technologies. The cylindrical educational space houses 3 distinct zones that can accommodate separate or synced viewing sessions. Andron Carpentry used BIM to properly coordinate the entire system. We also developed a system that helped the architect communicate to the entire project team. LEED The UConn Health Academic Building addition is certified LEED Gold. Andron Carpentry contributed to the LEED effort through material purchasing, construction waste management, and post-consumer recycling operations. October 2017.

2020 AGC Build CT Award
Merit Award : specialty : Interiors
Associated General Contractors of CT

Guilford Public School District

Guilford CT
ANDRON CARPENTRY for O&G Industries/ Fusco Corporation
Tai Soo Kim Partners Architects
Kohler Ronan Engineers

$3.7 MILLION New construction. Andron Carpentry performs the Rough Carpentry, Light Gauge Metal Framing, Interior Partitions and Drywall, Doors and Frames, and Specialties work on a new $92.2 million high school building. May 2015.

NYC School Construction Authority / PS 290

Queens NY
Graves-MMA JV Architects PLLC

$47 MILLION New Construction of a 104,000 SF 5-story 34-classroom educational building. The new PS 290 school building includes dedicated science classrooms, a library, an auditorium, a gymnasium, a multi-purpose room, a full commercial kitchen and dining area, along with support spaces. The building comprises a conventional structural steel frame with masonry veneer and metal window envelope. The open areas around the building will provide playground and sitting spaces for the students and faculty. The site is located on a heavily trafficked roadway with limited access for staging of the construction. July 2014. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

NYC School Construction Authority / Community Health Academy

New York NY
Ben Thompson and Associates /Architect
DVL Consulting Engineers

$44 MILLION New school building with health clinic. 81,000 SF six-story middle and high school building, containing a health clinic and administrative office space. The building design comprises 21 classrooms as well as music and art rooms, science labs, a cafeteria and gymnasium. The narrow plot and the sloping grade allow for a separation between the school and the clinic, with entrances on opposite sides of the block. Site logistics in the tight urban site were managed through good logistics planning: using the existing space efficiently was an important part of project success and job site safety. Andron managed building “skin” elements with a high degree of focus and success – again contributing to overall project success. Andron developed good relations with the surrounding neighbors and community. January 2013. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Pleasantville Schools / Pleasantville High School

Pleasantville NY
KG+D Architects

$33 MILLION Major improvements to the Pleasantville Union Free School District High School, comprising renovation of the existing 136,000 SF building and 3 new additions totaling 32,300 SF. The major east and west additions compliment the historic 1929 main building, and include a new kitchen, cafeteria, library, media center, administration spaces and science rooms. Interior renovations throughout the existing building modify and modernize the facility. The project was executed in five critical phases to ensure the school would function during construction. CHPS in partnership with the Collaborative for High Performance Schools, whose mission is to foster well-designed, operated, and maintained K-12 educational facilities, and to promote positive environmental stewardship. Green design features include high-efficient mechanical systems, and movement and sound-sensitive lighting controls. September 2011. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

“It’s been a remarkably smooth two-and-a-half years. We are opening on schedule. We are on budget.” Thomas Exton, past Board Vice President /Pleasantvillle Union Free School District

Peekskill City School District

Peekskill NY
Peter Gisolfi Associates /Architect

$60 MILLION District-wide upgrades including mechanical, safety, fire alarm and PA systems in six facilities. MIDDLE SCHOOL 140,000 SF new construction, including a gymnasium, auditorium/theater, swimming pool and athletic fields. HIGH SCHOOL renovation of library/media center, nine laboratories and science classrooms, student lockers, roof, and athletic fields.

MIDDLE SCHOOL The new building was constructed at an urban site adjacent to the existing middle school which remained in full operation during construction. Working as a team with the design professionals, Andron managed the construction of a facility with outstanding architectural values and excellent educational function—all within the available budget. August 2010. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

NYC School Construction Authority / PS 79

Bronx NY
Dattner Associates Architects
DVL Consulting Engineers

$50 MILLION Capital expansion to Public School 79, a turn-of-the-century building. Major renovations to the building, including expansion and reconfiguration of existing spaces, plus a new 65,000 SF addition tightly situated behind the existing building. Logistics for material storage and execution of the work had to be mitigated to accommodate the extremely tight work site. Offsite storage facilities were utilized for window and material storage. Additionally, unsuitable subsurface conditions were discovered upon excavation. Emphasis was given to the foundation construction and steel erection to complete these high-risk activities by the end of the second summer recess to minimize exposure to the student and teacher population. Andron engaged a structural engineer to provide a suitable design to stabilize the bearing substrate under the existing building. August 2010. ANDRON SERVICES General Contractor

Bedford Central School District / Fox Lane

Bedford NY
The Geddis Partnership

$42 MILLION Additions and renovations to Fox Lane High School and Middle School. FLHS 80,000 SF new three-story addition with 35 general classrooms, four resource rooms, three computer labs, music rooms, and offices; 45,000 SF gut-renovation of existing three-story science wing; 110,000 SF general renovation of existing 1956 building; installation of green building systems such as solar sun shades at the curtain wall and sunlight sensitive lighting controls.

FLMS New roofs and infrastructure, including new electrical trans-former, emergency generator, switchgear and circuit breakers, HVAC upgrades, P/A upgrades, and fire alarm upgrades. June 2009. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

Eastchester Union Free School District

Eastchester NY
KG+D Architects

$5.4 MILLION Renovation to Education Facilities. The project scope, designed to address health and safety infrastructure, includes complete roof replacement and fire alarm system upgrades at the Greenvale and Anne Hutchinson elementary schools and at the middle and high school. August 2008. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

Bedford Central School District / Pound Ridge ES / Mt. Kisco ES

Bedford NY
The Geddis Partnership

$21.5 MILLION Additions and renovations to Pound Ridge Elementary School and Mt. Kisco Elementary School. $6.5 MILLION /PRES 6,000 SF of new additions, including an octagonal library and four kindergarten classrooms. Renovations to the existing building comprising new windows, floor tile, life safety systems, and electrical service. New administrative suite. PRES September 2005. $15 MILLION /MKES New 2-story addition with five classrooms, nurse’s office, two-station gym with stage, and new commercial kitchen and cafeteria. Renovations to all 45 existing classrooms and resource rooms. Creation of four new computer classrooms and a 3,000 SF library. New electrical, ventilation, and data systems in all existing spaces. MKES September 2006. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

Katonah-Lewisboro School District

Town of Lewisboro NY
KG+D Architects

$23 MILLION Major additions and renovations for a public school district at all six district sites. JJMS The new 40,000 SF addition to the existing John Jay Middle School wraps around the existing school and includes a new gym, fitness center, classroom and science labs. It also includes a 4000 SF glass enclosed entry corridor with tongue-and-groove wood ceiling. JJHS The 25,000 SF addition to the existing John Jay High School includes new classrooms and science labs as well as the replacement of existing exterior wall systems in the original high school. December 2005. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

“Our second project with Andron as team members for the Katonah Lewisboro School District was even more successful than the first. Both projects were on time, under budget. Andron has the professionals, the leadership and the management systems that assist the Owner and Architect in completing successful projects.” Russell A. Davidson, AIA, President /KG+D Architects

2006 First Honor Award
American Institute of Architects­
Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter

Chappaqua Central School District / Horace Greeley High School

Chappaqua NY
KG+D Architects

$15 MILLION Additions and Alterations to Horace Greeley High School. The project goal was to transform an existing multiple-buildings, California-style campus into a facility more suitable for the Northern climate. Using new buildings, hallways, and a pedestrian bridge, six separate buildings were joined into one. Additions included a new science building, new guidance building, new music wing and new foreign language building that includes a commons room. Alterations include a new entrance and reception area to the building, rehabilitation of the math and physics rooms, and various mechanical and electrical upgrades throughout the campus. May 2005. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

“Throughout the process, Andron has proven to be exceptionally responsive and professional. Andron’s people combined technical expertise with patience, flexibility and strong communication skills.” Ken Godshall, past Board President /Chappaqua Central School District

Pleasantville Schools / Bedford Road Elementary School

Pleasantville NY
KG+D Architects

$29 MILLION Pleasantville Union Free School District. 94,000 SF new construction on a steep site shared with the existing and occupied elementary school. The new school includes a full size gymnasium, theater, and exterior play area with an artificial turf field. Unusual soil conditions were discovered at the deepest point of the new foundation, which required reengineering of the design and rescheduling of the project. Complex issues were addressed and solved during the construction, resulting in a successful, on-time opening of the school. November 2004. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

“The most impressive attribute of working with Andron is how they deal with the challenges of each project and bring all of their negotiation skills to bear to get the project done correctly.” Russell A. Davidson, AIA, President / KG+D Architects

Chappaqua Central School District / Seven Bridges Middle School

Chappaqua NY
KG+D Architects

$34 MILLION New 160,000 SF middle school, part of the $51 million capital program for Chappaqua Central School District. Seven Bridges Middle School occupies an environmentally sensitive site above a stream that feeds the New York City water system reservoir, requiring adherence to strict NYS watershed laws. The design concept included harmony with environment; vegetation and site contours preserve the privacy of neighboring residences. Unique features include a copper standing seam roof, a suspended library over a 500-plus seat performing arts center, with sophisticated sound and lighting capabilities, including special systems for the hearing impaired. Aug 2004. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

“Andron has proven to be an exceptionally responsive, talented, and professional organization… If I were ever in a position to line up a construction company to build a school, or any facility for that matter, I would put Andron at the top of my list.” Dr. Kenneth Mitchell, Principal /Seven Bridges Middle School

2004 Design Award
American Institute of Architects – Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter

Katonah-Lewisboro School District

Town of Lewisboro NY
KG+D Architects

$41 MILLION District-wide Additions and Renovations. Major renovations at four elementary, one middle and one high school, including new and renovated classrooms, gymnasiums, laboratories, district-wide LAN computer facilities, and athlethic fields. All work occurred in or adjacent to occupied spaces. Andron provided construction management services, prepared 80 contract bid packages, and supervised the public bidding. The total of the prices for all work was within the budget, and all six projects proceeded on schedule without interference to the education programs. April 1999. ANDRON SERVICES Construction Management

“Andron anticipated construction problems during the design phase, examined them during construction as they arose, wrestled with them, and came up with ingenious and cost-effective solutions. They negotiated with contractors, subcontractors engineers, and suppliers, so the District got the best possible deal and was not delayed.” Spencer Dworkin, Board of Education /Katonah-Lewisboro School District

2001 Design Award
American Institute of Architects
Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter

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 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


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


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


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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