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June 2017



KBE Finishes Several Projects

Atlanta GA Boston MA Glastonbury CT Syracuse NY

Danbury Hospital - Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Pavilion


FedEx Wallingford

TD Bank interior

Farmington, CT – KBE Building Corporation recently completed several Connecticut projects as general contractor. FedEx Ground Hub, Wallingford 1,500sf renovation and addition to the occupied distribution facility, coordination work around heavy vehicular traffic. The interior portion of the project included a full security screening area, a break room, and a large storage room. On the exterior, site improvements and expansion included removing 20,000 yards of soil to construct a large parking lot for tractor trailers, retaining walls, storm infiltration systems, new security perimeter fencing, relocation of existing gas and water services, modified septic systems, and modified riprap storm channels to prevent future erosion of wetlands cause by storm run-off. Cumberland Farms KBE served as GC for both the Monroe and Fairfield locations. The Monroe location was a new construction, while the Fairfield location was a renovation.

The stores feature a large assortment of freshly prepared foods, dairy products, chilled drinks, snacks, pastries, coffee, and more. KBE has constructed a total of 13 Cumberland Farms locations throughout Connecticut. UConn Health Center Starbucks Café Located in the tower addition at UConn Health Center in Farmington, this project in the tower addition at UConn Health Center in Farmington: required coring through the foundation and coordination of waste piping installation on the floor below, which is home to an active Hybrid Surgery Area. Careful coordination was required, along with maintaining the highest levels of Infection Control Measures, the hospital’s requirements for cleanliness in areas of high risk patient care. TD Bank KBE completed the ground-up construction and interior fit-out of branch offices in Winsted and Torrington.

Hartford, CT – Amenta Emma Architects announced that Pawel L. Honc, LEED AP BD+C, has passed the Architectural Registration Examination and is now a licensed architect in the state of Connecticut. Honc joined the firm in January 2015. He is currently working on the firm’s largest project to date, the renovation of the State Office Building at 165 Capitol Avenue in Hartford. Amenta Emma also announced the addition of Jason M. Walls, AIA, as a project architect to the firm’s Stamford

office. Most recently with Spector Group Architects in New York, he brings over 14 years of experience on large-scale, complex commercial renovations.

Amenta Emma Announcements

Pawel L. Honc

Jason M. Walls

Haines Joins BVH Integrated Bloomfield, CT – BVH Integrated Services, P.C., recently announced that Steven Haines has joined the organization as director of technical operations. In this newly created position at BVH, he will take a leadership role in the firm’s information technology and related practice areas, forming the foundation for

Steven Haines

the firm’s ability to work effectively, communicate ideas, and produce project documentation. Haines previously served as managing director of Centerbrook Architects and Planners, where he was responsible for the implementation of policies and procedures to ensure excellence in design and business practices.

High-Profile: June 2017  
High-Profile: June 2017