BUCH is excited to announce several promotions and new hires over the past year.
Anthony Agliata, Vice President
Craig Cymbor, Project Manager
Shane Dougherty, Project Manager
Greg Kozero, Senior Project Manager
Hugo Mejia, Project Manager
Jacquelyn Watson, Vice President, Life Sciences
Josh Aburn, Project Manager
Isaiah Davis-Allen, Project Engineer
Vinny Denissen, Project Engineer
Vinny DeRosa, Project Manager
Raymond Doyle, Project Engineer
Lyon Ellison, Project Engineer
Danny Facchina, Project Engineer
Gene Hansen, Director, Safety
Scott Harper, IT Manager
Lein Holsboer, Marketing Coordinator
Evan Kowalewski, Project Engineer
Josh Klaiss, Estimator
Derrick Lawson, Asst. Estimator
James Legaspi, Project Engineer
John Moloney, Project Manager
The past few years have seen Buch Construction expanding its horizons, and the industry is taking notice.
A recent Construction Today article focuses on The Vine, Buch’s multifamily housing project in Laurel, Md. “The company is best known for constructing base buildings and retail structures,” notes the magazine, but goes on to explore how Buch is also making its name with large multifamily housing projects.
The Vine (above) is the newest such project, set to open in early 2018 with 283 units. It comes on the heels of the Shady Grove Metro apartment complex, which Buch completed in 2016, at nearly 450,000 SF with 418 residential units, parking garage, pool, lounge, cyber cafe, and fitness center.
The Vine’s 4-story, 536,742 SF residential building features top-of-the-line amenities, materials, finishes and equipment. A mix of one, two, and three bedroom apartment units range from 732–1662 SF, all with direct access to a 5-level/504 stall precast concrete parking garage. Since the parking structure is incorporated into the building design, all resident parking spaces can be accommodated in a structure that consumes 80% less impervious land area, offering a huge benefit environmentally to the project and to the overall community.
Construction Today credits Buch’s history of “working with clients for the long term, creating a symbiotic partnership for growth.”
“Buch Construction’s relationships with clients and subcontractors have always been more important to the Maryland company than pursuing a specific kind of project,” the magazine reports.
That approach has paved the way to success, both for Buch and for its decades of satisfied clients.X
BUCH is pleased to announce its first New York City office, now open in Manhattan’s garment district. Led by VP Ray Atkin, the newest location offers our New York team a home base for its expanding regional presence, which goes back more than three decades. The New York team specializes in corporate interiors, retail projects and renovations, continuing the BUCH tradition of building the strongest relationships in the industry.X
Buch Construction’s buildout of a 7,888 SF Capital One Café, in the upscale Rittenhouse Square neighborhood of Philadelphia, was completed in January 2017. It’s the latest of several Cafe spaces that Capital One has opened around the country, where people are encouraged to hang out, charge their devices, and enjoy coffee, tea and pastries—in addition to doing their banking. You can see Buch’s work here on the Ellen DeGeneres show, which visited the impressive Philadelphia branch last month for a special segment with Jon Dorenbos of the Philadelphia Eagles.X
Zach Schneider has been promoted to Vice President, Construction, overseeing Buch Construction’s retail and base building operations. In that role he will be building the company portfolio and strengthening client and industry relationships. Zach began his career at Buch in 1998 and worked his way up through Asst. Superintendent, Project Engineer, and Project Manager, most recently serving the company as a Senior Project Manager. Zach has supervised roughly 2.3 million SF of base building, retail, large scale renovations, industrial, financial institutions, and tenant interiors. In addition to his work at Buch, Zach has been a fire chief for the past 5 years at the Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department in Sykesville, Md.X
On November 16, Buch Construction Project Manager Jeff Williford discussed one of the company’s current projects, a CHP Plant (Combined Heat and Power), at a presentation attended by industry experts from Lockheed Martin, AlbanCAT, local utility companies, and several government agencies. The event was hosted by eSai LLC, led by founder/principal Dr. Nandini Mouli. ESai is a leader in comprehensive solutions to energy management and carbon footprint concerns.
The expedited six-month project (initially planned for a year) consisted of installing a 2.5 MW AlbanCAT 3500 Series generator on the campus of MedImmune, the region’s largest biotech company. The project scope included underground utilities, ground up steel and cast-in-place structure, and mechanical and electrical tie-ins. Start-up took place on 11/19/2016. The system is currently going through an extensive commissioning process prior to client turnover.
“We are thrilled to be a part of such a cutting-edge project with a spectacular project team,” said Mike Buch, Senior Vice President. “And we are glad to share our knowledge with others in the field.”
A time lapse video of the construction can be viewed here.
BUCH began moving dirt on the 6-acre site where Nordstrom Rack will be built at Woodmore Towne Centre. The 40,000 SF building will be constructed for developer Petrie Richardson Ventures and was designed by RARE Design Studios. Completion is scheduled for April 2017.
Buch Construction has been a proud sponsor of Rebuilding Together Howard County since 2013. As a construction company, Buch provides a unique skill set in large home repair projects and provides sub contractors and skilled volunteers to complete the job.
It is amazing to see the huge impact many hands can make in such a short time and we look forward being an active member of our community in years to come. —Zach Schneider, Buch Construction House Captain
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Buch Construction has been retained to build out an aging Rockville office building for Montgomery College. Developed in 1989 for IBM Corp., the 115,282-square-foot building was last occupied by Lockheed Martin Corp. The college’s foundation paid roughly $12.6 million for the building with the goal of consolidating three locations into a central one. The newly renovated office building will house several administrative services and is scheduled for completion in Spring 2017.
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