October 1, 2018
Williamsville, New York – Picone Construction has completed renovations at Arby's Restaurant, 6845 Main St, Williamsville, New York. Work included: select demolition, foundations, flatwork, rebar, masonry, carpentry, millwork, roofing, doors and frames, aluminum storefront, hardware, gypsum and acoustical ceiling tiles, EIFS, ceramic tile, painting and wall covering, restrooms, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and installation of food service equipment. The Architect of Record Red Architecture and Planning.
September 5, 2018
Clarence, New York – Historical Society to close museum until March for renovations - Picone Construction awarded bid for project. Read more in this weeks Clarence Bee.
July 30, 2018
Clarence, New York – Picone Construction, once again, has been ranked among the Top Contractors in the New York region by Engineering News-Record (ENR) New York, a leading publication for the engineering and construction industry.
July 25, 2018
Amherst, New York – Picone Construction is happy to share our recent drone footage of one of our latest projects, an auto dealership on Niagara Falls Blvd.
July 10, 2018
Clarence, New York – Picone Construction is searching for a Project Manager Assistant.
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July 5, 2018
Buffalo, New York – Picone Construction has completed Sisters of Charity Hospital - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) relocation and expansion. The $8.8 million NICU relocation expanded from 20 beds to 40 beds. The additional 21,000 sq ft NICU was relocated adjacent to the hospital's inpatient maternity unit and newborn nursery, creating a centralized location for mother-baby care. Additionally included were single family rooms to enhance individual care; large central technology hub; dedicated "parents-only" space for overnight accommodations for families; and reduced light and sound control to create a more soothing environment for premature babies. The Architect of record was Kideney Architects.
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May 31, 2018
Lockport, New York – Picone Construction has completed renovations at Arby's Restaurant, 5737 S Transit Rd, Lockport, NY 14094. Work included: select demolition, concrete patching, rebar, masonry, misc. steel, carpentry, roofing, metal doors and frames, aluminum storefronts, gypsum/acoustical,EIFS, ceramic tile, painting and wallcovering, toilet room furnishings, installation of food service equipment, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, banding around building, install prefab. metal accent post, removal and installation of furniture, and install Drive-Thru Window with canopy. The Architect of Record was Best Brothers Development.
April 6, 2018
Buffalo, New York – Read the latest on the Buffalo Museum of Science Observatory project from Buffalo Business First-
Marissa Wigglesworth credited the good work of contractors HHL Architects and Picone Construction, “who have been great collaborators in trying to work through this very complex problem for us.”
March 28, 2018
East Aurora, New York – Picone Construction is the General Contractor for the expansion of 42 North Brewing Company at 25 Pine St. in the Village of East Aurora.
The proposed expansion consists of the demolition of an adjacent apartment building to expand the current brewery for larger cooler space, an area for a canning unit to place larger quantities of beer into cans for distribution, meeting room, office space, and four hotel/airbnb rental units. After Village approval, demolition can begin as the brewery and beer garden remain open for the summer. Construction will continue with completion in early 2019.The Architect of Record is Scheid Architectural.
March 1, 2018
Clarence, New York – Thank you for this year's Large Business of the Year Award from the Clarence Chamber of Commerce and Congratulations to all the award winners. The awards dinner was held last night at Samuel's Grand Manor.
This year's award recipients included:
February 6, 2018
Clarence, New York –Picone Construction is very excited to be part of the Historic Jersey Street Firehouse project. Built in 1875 and rebuilt in 1917, the 2-1/2 story landmark stood vacant for many years. This $1.6 million project includes a restaurant/brewery, studio apartment and patio.