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STALCO’S CELEBRATION

WASHINGTON DC 09.28.2017

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Development, Design, Finance & Investment, Tenant Demands, and Asset Management

Paul DeMartini -- Tishman Speyer
Brandon Ernst -- Lincoln Property Company
Chuck Watters -- Hines
STALCO’S CELEBRATION
STALCO’S CELEBRATION
We later dropped by Stalco Construction’s Islandia office for a celebration of its Building Long Island cover story. Stalco principal Kevin Harney and prez Alan Nahmias flank magazine publisher Deborah Herman. The firm is working on the $20M Ward Melville High School addition and interior renovations, which are ahead of schedule. It’s also about to announce a construction management contract with a major IT company. The success secret? “Ignoring the recession,” Kevin says. (Does that mean no cable news?) Tying in with the morning, Joseph Farkas will grace the July/August cover.
STALCO’S CELEBRATION
The tropical-themed celebration almost made us forget it was raining cats and dogs! Here, Brett Landscaping’s Doug Meyer and Mary Reed join Stalco’s Jimmy Wharry, Mike Marchese, and Keith Ward at the Tiki Lounge, which featured a reggae band, pina coladas, and raw oysters from Patchogue’s Harbor Crab Co. Mike’s working on Wantagh High School’s gym addition, while Keith’s involved with the multimillion dollar renovation of the landmarked Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn. In addition to education, Stalco is branching into private sector and retail work, Keith says.
STALCO’S CELEBRATION
Attendees also noshed on international cheeses and wines from Long Island’s own Osprey’s Dominion and Martha Clara Vineyards. Baldassano Architecture’s Pam Mazzola, Sue Hanley, and Alex Badalamenti tell us they’re designing a YMCA in Patchogue, a new LEED Silver building for the Suffolk County Police Dept.’s Fourth Precinct in Hauppauge, Empire National Bank’s new HQ in Islandia and a branch in Garden City, and just finished St. Anthony High School’s student center in South Huntington. (More Photos)