Corning Museum of Glass
Corning, New York

Client: J&K Plumbing and Heating Company
Services: Ductwork, Mech. Piping, Plumbing.

Designed by architect Thomas Phifer and Partners, the 100,000-square-foot North Wing addition will include a new 26,000-square-foot contemporary art gallery building, as well as one of the world’s largest facilities for glassblowing demonstrations and live glass design sessions. The addition will dramatically enhance the visitor experience for the Museum’s growing domestic and international audiences. The $64 million project—fully funded before groundbreaking by major benefactor Corning Incorporated—will open to the public on March 20, 2015.

Vertex Pharmacueticals - Boston Campus Boston, Massachusetts

Client: William M. Collins Company
Services: Mechanical Piping Systems.

Vertex Pharmaceuticals was founded by Joshua Boger in Massachusetts in 1989. The company is focused on discovering, developing and commercialising new medicines through research.

It is engaged in the development of medicines for life threatening diseases such as hepatitis C, epilepsy and cystic fibrosis through worldwide research programmes.

St, Joseph's Hospital Health Center
Syracuse, New York

Client: J&K Plumbing and Heating Company
Services: Ductwork System Layout

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center broke ground on a $220 million expansion that is the largest project in the hospital’s 140-year history.
The project on the north side of the hospital will include a new emergency services building, operating rooms, intensive care unit, private patient rooms and a new data center.
St. Joe’s will build the emergency services building first. That will house a bigger emergency department with 54 beds and a 15-bed clinical observation unit with a five-bed chest pain center. The building also will house the emergency psychiatric program in space more than 2 ½ times bigger than its existing quarters.
The emergency services building is expected to open in the summer of 2011.
The expansion also will include construction of a new tower with private patient rooms as well as operating rooms and a larger 38-bed intensive care unit.

URI - College of Pharmacy
Kingston, Rhode Island

Client: Delta Mechanical
Services: Ductwork, Mech. Piping, Plumbing..

URI College of Pharmacy groundbreaking for $75 million home for the college and another major step toward making the University a leading center of biomedical research. The 148,000-square-foot facility will be the second structure in the health and life sciences north district of the campus. The project is being supported by $65 million in general obligation funds approved by voters in 2006 and a $10 million campaign for private donations.

Bridgewater State University
New Student Dormitory

Clients: QAM Inc. I&R Mechanical Inc and Grasseschi Plmb. & Htg.

George A. Weygand Hall is a 149,000-square-foot student residence building located on the East Campus of Bridgewater State University. Delivered under a Chapter 149A public construction management at-risk delivery model, the building houses 500 student beds organized into two wings. The South Wing contains four- and six-bed suites located along a double-loaded corridor, while the North Wing’s suites follow a single-loaded corridor adjacent to Living/Learning Pods that overlook the building’s central courtyard. Dubbed “Residential Learning Community Suites,” students apply to live in the North Wing where they can co-habitate with students who share similar interests and areas of study, like mathematics, foreign language, fitness or community service. The building’s ground floor contains common rooms, seminar rooms, and the new 10,000-square-foot Health and Counseling Center, which provides an array of campus-wide services.

Walpole Public Library
Walpole, Massachusetts

Client: Seekong Heating Services Inc.
Services: Ductwork & Mech. Piping Layout

LLB Architects. In the historic context of New England, the Walpole Public Library is a rare new building sited adjacent to the town hall and historic Blackburn Hall and just steps away from downtown. LLB Architects had been working with the Walpole community since 2007 when we were asked to re-envision and improve upon the previous library design, accepted for a construction grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. After a long, twenty-year process and funding approval by a slim margin, the community of Walpole can be proud of their new library.