March 22, 2017
Clarence, New York – Picone Construction proudly welcomes Michael Dickson to the Picone Team. As the Construction Accountant, Dickson brings with him over 20 years of accounting experience in the construction industry. With a dual degree in both Accounting and Networking Systems, Dickson will be active in billing, job costing, accounts payable and receivables, as well as other key client services for Picone Construction's day-to-day operations.
February 24, 2017
Amherst, New York – Picone Construction continues to move forward in the next phase of Whole Foods Market.
February 14, 2017
Alexander, New York – Picone Construction has completed Alexander Central School District’s $6.8 million capital improvement project which addressed energy efficiency upgrades, health and safety improvements, and site work at both the elementary and middle/high schools. Alexander Elementary School improvements involved the reconstruction and/or replacement of: flooring, exterior masonry, mechanical systems, electrical components, hazardous materials, playground equipment and associated site work, pavement, drainage, and miscellaneous other repairs. Alexander Middle/High School work included the reconstruction and/or replacement of: roofing systems, pool area and system components, interior and exterior masonry, egress pathways, mechanical systems, electrical components, hazardous materials, running track and associated site work, pavement, drainage, and miscellaneous other repairs. The Architect of Record is SEI Design Group.
February 13, 2017
Clarence, New York – Picone Construction proudly welcomes Charles Cotten to the Picone Team. In his role as Controller, Charles brings with him over twenty-five years progressive accounting experience in varied real estate, construction, manufacturing, wholesale, service, distribution, and retail environments. He is a Certified Management Accountant with a diverse and successful record in all areas of accounting, finance, planning, internal control, reporting, analysis, forecasting, continuous improvement, and management development.
February 7, 2017
Buffalo, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has begun the expansion of Sisters Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) after their wall-breaking ceremony held January 25 at 2157 Main St. in Buffalo. The new $8.8 million NICU is scheduled to open later this year, and will enable the hospital to expand its current NICU from 20 to 40 beds. The additional 21,000 square foot NICU will be located adjacent to the hospital's inpatient maternity unit and newborn nursery, creating a centralized location for mother-baby care. Construction plans additionally include: utilization of existing space which will not interrupt care provided in the current NICU; 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 is Kideney Architects.
February 6, 2017
Jamestown, New York – Jamestown Community College leaders helped cut the ribbon on its newly expanded Manufacturing Technology Institute on Jan. 23. The $3.6 million expansion features larger learning spaces and new industrial equipment. - More from TWC
January 31, 2017
Geneseo, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has been awarded the General Construction contract for renovations to SUNY Geneseo Red Jacket Dining Hall located at One College Circle, Geneseo, NY. The work involves renovations to the first and second floors to create their Eat/Study/Play student union atmosphere. The 2-Phase renovation work includes: select demolition, concrete, masonry, carpentry, waterproofing, insulation, roofing, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fire protection, acoustical ceiling panels, wood ceilings, modular metal ceilings, tile flooring, tile carpeting, signage, toilet compartments and accessories, gas fireplace, food service equipment, doors, frames and hardware. The Architect is Edge Architecture, PLLC of Rochester, NY − specialists in College and University Food Service Design. The Project Engineer is Turner Engineering.
January 27, 2017
Buffalo, New York – Christopher Picone was on hand for Sisters Hospital's Wall Breaking Ceremony for their Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Renovation Kick-Off held Wednesday, Jan. 25. For more on this event, follow these links:
January 11, 2017
Amherst, New York – Read the latest on our Whole Foods project in the Buffalo News at: Amherst Whole Foods to feature bocce court, tap room . . .
January 3, 2017
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News from Picone Construction
December 21, 2016
Buffalo, New York – Look for Picone Construction and our following projects in the 2017 issue of Building Western New York:
- Live Work and Play at 301 Ohio Street
- A Whole (Foods) New World
- Kenmore Mercy Hospital
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December 14, 2016
Tonawanda, New York – Picone Construction has completed renovations at Arby's Restaurant, 3793 Delaware Avenue, Tonawanda, New York. Work included: select demolition, earthwork, asphalt paving, concrete, pipe bollards, steel, carpentry, insulation, metal siding, roofing, aluminum entrances and storefronts, metal windows, hardware, glass and glazing, drywall and acoustic, plastering, ceramic tile, painting, and electrical. Interior renovations consisted of an expansion of existing bathrooms, replacement of ceiling and floor tile, addition of wall tile, installation of wood planks and new front counter. The Architect of Record is Elizabeth Buscaglia Architect.
December 9, 2016
Lockport, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has completed renovations at Life Storage, 6104 South Transit Road, Lockport NY. Work included: select demolition, concrete, masonry, metal framing, carpentry, sheathing, millwork, weather barriers, insulation, roofing, acoustic ceiling tiles, painting, wardrobe and closet equipment, television mount, closed-circuit television system, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical. The Architect of Record was Dean Architects.
November 30, 2016
Kenmore, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has completed phase four of Kenmore Mercy Hospital’s interior renovations and continues exterior work to their canopy. Phase four involved interior renovations to the administration area of the hospital which included corridors, conference room, doctors lounge, locker rooms, toilet rooms, mail room, and multiple offices. The Architect of Record is Kideney Architects.
November 28, 2016
Williamsville, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has completed renovations for Restore Medical Fitness located at 4545 Transit Road in Williamsville. Work included: carpentry; doors and frames; entrance and storefronts; drywall, acoustic ceiling tiles, insulation, and firecaulking; vinyl composition tile; toilet accessories; fire extinguishers; plumbing; HVAC and electrical.
November 9, 2016
Clarence, New York – Picone Construction is honored, once again, to be listed as a WNY Top Private Company. Business First's event will be held Nov. 18 at The Westin Buffalo. - see complete list
November 1, 2016
Elma, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has completed the Portico and Bus Loop for the Elma Senior Center at 3007 Bowen Rd. The Portico has been built to provide protection from the elements, especially when buses are boarded. Work included: select demolition, earthwork, asphalt paving, landscaping, foundations, flatwork, carpentry, joint sealant, gutters / downspouts, electrical, and canopy system. The Architect of Record was DiDonato Associates.
October 26, 2016
Clarence, New York – Look for some of our projects such as The Amberleigh, Sacred Heart Athletic Center, Nidus Development, Whole Foods, and many more in this year's Buffalo Business First CORE STRENGTH.
October 4, 2016
Amherst, New York – Picone Construction Corp. has completed renovations at Nidus Development, 2150 Wehrle Drive, Suite 400, Amherst, New York. Renovations included: four offices; open office work area; executive office; executive secretary area; vestibule, reception and waiting area; conference room; clinic room; work room; restroom; closets and corridors; passage area; and two break rooms. Construction work involved: select demolition, landscaping, flatwork, masonry, carpentry, millwork, insulation, doors and hardware, glass and glazing, gypsum board, ceramic tile, wood flooring, carpeting, painting, fire protection, specialty signs, toilet accessories, window treatments, plumbing HVAC, electrical, and ductless split heat pump systems. The Architect of Record was Silvestri Architects.
September 27, 2016
Hamburg, New York – Join us at Booth #205 for the 21st Annual WNY Facilities Management Expo held Wednesday, October 19 at the Hamburg Fairgrounds. Register online at www.fmexpo.net and look for more information in the upcoming Special Section of Business First.
This show features products and services for the management, maintenance, renovation and modernization of commercial, industrial, institutional and income properties. Be sure to attend this premier Western New York tradeshow for Facilities Management Professionals!
September 13, 2016
Williamsville, New York – Picone Construction completes renovations at The Amberleigh, 2330 Maple Rd in Williamsville. Renovations include the conversion of existing space to 49 assisted living residential units on the second and third floors, along with 16 memory care units on the first floor. A new entry has been constructed, which includes a free standing porte-cochere and asphalt drop-off drive. The entry and first floor includes a reception area, waiting/lounge area, offices, conference room, new elevator, salon, activity room, dining room, craft room, private dining rooms, toilet rooms, staff lounge, laundry room, storage rooms, and secured fenced in courtyard. The second and third floor common areas will include offices, toilet rooms, laundry rooms, living rooms, and storage rooms. Each of the three floors includes a nurse’s station with a hydrotherapy room.
The Architect of Record is Foit-Albert Associates and the Mechanical and Electrical Engineer is Buffalo Engineering PC.