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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Peter Bulcavage has been promoted to Executive Vice President, overseeing Buch Construction’s base building, interiors, and retail project teams. Peter has been an integral part of our team since 2004 and brings nearly 20 years of industry experience. In his former role as Senior Project Manager, Peter managed some of Buch’s largest and most complex projects. A DC native, Peter holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Penn State.X
We recently moved to our new location… 11292 BUCH Way in Laurel, MD. The move was prompted by an exciting new 283 unit luxury apartment community project called “The Vine” which will be developed and built by BUCH on the current office property.X
Buch has wrapped up the impressive Shady Grove Metro apartment project. The project features 418 units on 6 floors surrounding a large parking garage with a green roof and amenity area.
Check out our progress photos below!
We are excited to announce recent promotions:
Gonzalo Martinez, Vice President, Pre-Construction
Stephen Bulcavage, Vice President, Interiors
Anthony Agliata, Senior Project Manager
Keith Clemente, Senior Project Manager
Jacquelyn Watson, Senior Project Manager
Zach Facchina, Project Manager
Brandon Henry, Project Manager
Greg Kozero, Project Manager
Jeff Williford, Project Manager
Nic Flickinger, Estimator
Jonathan Parham, Superintendent
Jose Vallejos, Superintendent
Jeremy Fox, SuperintendentX
BUCH worked with Macy’s, one of the nation’s leading retailers, on their 425,000 SF expansion of their Raritan Distribution Center. Completed just in time for the holiday season, this center was integral to Macy’s operations on the east coast.
The BUCH team worked through unseasonable rains at the start of site work and managed to maintain schedule, all while keeping the existing warehouse fully operational. A total of 12,098 truckloads of dirt were exported from the site, the largest in BUCH history!