University City Undergoing Remarkable Changes
According to a recent article in the Philadelphia Business Journal, University City construction is booming. The addition of new cutting-edge facilities including healthcare buildings, university science centers and office structures, has created a constant flurry of construction activity in this neighborhood. With these new changes occurring in Philadelphia, companies and residents are looking at University City as a place to “put down roots.”
Madison Concrete is already present in this neighborhood, with two recent project contracts. The first is Drexel University Lancaster Square – a 24-story residential building located at Lancaster Avenue and 34th Street. Working for Hunter Roberts on the project, Madison will be performing all facets of cast-in-place concrete including foundations and structural concrete for the low-rise section, tower and parking plaza. The project is slated for completion in the summer of 2015. Read more here.
The second project awarded to Madison is located at 3601 Market Street. This 28-story Class AA mixed-use building is located on the 17-acre University City Science Center campus, known as the nation’s oldest and largest urban research park. Madison’s contract is for the foundations and concrete-frame superstructure. The new building will open in 2015 and will represent the first residential structure at the research park. Read more here.
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As we see more and more impressive construction projects going up in Philadelphia, we can’t help but feel a continued sense of pride in our great city. With an established record of excellent concrete construction, we understand this market and the impact on local businesses and residents. By providing innovative solutions for demanding architectural, engineering and construction challenges, we uphold the highest level of quality on the job, while practicing safety at every turn.
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