March 1, 2018
This project consisted of replacing all HVAC ductwork and MAU-1, light fixtures, painting (ceilings, walls, and floors). To a lesser degree replace damaged process piping, PVC exhaust piping and drywall repairs. This project started in February 2018.
This project consists of an addition to Hamilton College's current practice facility. This will be a pre-manufactured Butler building with a turf field on the interior. Details include new men's and women's restrooms along with an indoor batting cage.
This project consists of a complete renovation of the building along with new finishes and MEP's. There will also be two new additions; one being a stair tower and the other a kitchenette and entrance. This project is set to begin in February of 2018 and be complete August 2018.
This project which was started in June of 2107 involves building a new two-story 14,000 SF Health and Counseling center for Hamilton College. It will consist of multiple exam and medical spaces throughout the 1st floor along with counseling and group activity spaces throughout the 2nd floor. Design features include eight new geothermal wells for a closed loop heating/cooling system. The project is due to complete September 2018.
Construction is underway on this long anticipated Veteran housing project. The 4-story building was originally constructed in the 1950's as a YMCA. The renovation will provide eighteen new housing units on the third and fourth floors, accessible by a new ADA compliant elevator. The current exterior curtain wall façade and roofing will be replaced with a new exterior insulation and finish system, new window units, and an EPDM roofing system. Charles A. Gaetano Construction is honored to be a part of this project for the Veteran community.
Charles A. Gaetano Construction has been awarded the contract for Meadows at Middle Settlement Senior Apartments ("The Meadows"), located at 4310 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford, NY. The project will demolish 14 of the 22 existing buildings on the site, to be replaced by three new buildings comprised of 93 units (84-1Bedroom, 9-2Bedrooms). The buildings will be three-story, double loaded corridor, elevator served. The redevelopment will replace all current studio/efficiency units with one-bedroom units. Each building will contain a small community room, laundry and a WIFI hub will be installed providing internet access to all the tenants.
We are ready to break ground on the new Carbone Auto Group Body Shop. The 23,000 sf design build project is a Butler Manufacturing custom building with a 3,000 sf 2nd Floor. It features a 2-story glass Lobby Atrium, Insulated Metal panel wall system and a single ply roof. The owner's equipment includes state of the art Body Shop Spray and Prep Booths as well as specialized dust-free finishing and vacuum systems.
We look forward to completing another project for the Carbone Auto Group, one our longest repeat clients
We are underway with a 6,000 sf complete renovation of this long standing New Hartford manufacturing company. The original 1960's era office building had minimal renovations over the years. We are glad to be back at SMC to modernize their Offices.
Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corp., was awarded the contract to construct the new West Street Apartments project for the Rescue Mission of Utica. This three-story 52,000 SF project will provide 36 one-bedroom and six two-bedroom affordable housing units including 11 permanent supportive housing apartments for the homeless, those at risk of homelessness, and/or formerly homeless individuals or small families. There will also be approximately 7,200 SF dedicated to Community Services programs that the Rescue Mission of Utica will operate.
The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake NY is renovating the West Exhibit Hall, also known as the "Roads & Rails Building". The main floor of the 25,000 sf building is undergoing a complete transformation with new walls, floors, ceilings, lighting and audio-visual systems throughout in support of a new interactive exhibit experience. Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corporation has been chosen as the General Contractor for the project, making the building ready for the new exhibit and artifact installation. The project is expected to be complete in April in anticipation of a summer 2017 building opening.
We were awarded the renovation of this existing six-story, 45,500 square foot historic building which will be converted into a multi-family residential development consisting of forty-nine (49) rental units and amenities and offices.
This building will undergo a substantial renovation and on completion, the building will contain 40 apartments comprised of 11, 1-bedroom and 29, 2-bedroom units. Four units will be fully adapted to accommodate mobility impaired residents.