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Commercial | HRH CONSTRUCTION New York, New York T HRH AND NYC GO TOGETHER LIKE A COFFEE AND DANISH IN THE CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS. provide top-quality service for its clients that translates into savings of time and money. Every owner and developer can appreciate this. Included in HRH’s in-house expertise are structural, civil, mechanical and electrical engi- he Whitney Museum in 1966, Citicorp Services in the House Center in 1978, the AT&T building in HRH Construction provides many services in1983, the Jacob K. Javitz Convention house. As a full-service firm, HRH provides Center in 1986, Carnegie Hall Tower in these services locally without outsourcing 1989, and the Trump International Hotel in them to other companies. This enables HRH to 1997 – these are just some of the iconic structures HRH Construction built in New York City after World War II. The company was founded in 1925 by the Horowitz and Ravitch families. HRH Construction continues to strive to uphold this tradition of excellence to this day. “As one of www.hrhconstruction.com the nation’s top construction managers and general contrac• Headquarters: White Plains, N.Y. tors, HRH is known as an indus• Specialty: Commercial construction try leader for our construction expertise and outstanding achievements in the planning, development and construction –HRH Construction of a wide variety of projects,” the company says. HRH says it offers its clients a down-to-earth approach to business along with extensive knowledge of the construction industry. “We strongly believe in taking a team approach to our projects, in which we work with the client and designer at every stage of construction to ensure the delivery of the highest-quality project within the established schedule and budget parameters,” the company says. Its projects include commercial offices; residential structures; educational, healthcare and research facilities; retail establishments; hotels; and arts and recreation facilities. HRH offers scheduling, estimating and value-engineering, purchasing, site mobilization, planning, cost control, safety and risk management, and urban affairs services. The company’s focus for each project is to meet the client’s goals for schedule, cost and quality. The experience and skills of its staff members enable HRH to anticipate technical problems, develop and assess alternatives to them, and assist clients with solutions that can avoid or minimize negative consequences. “This ability to perceive the issues and identify problems is only gained through previous HRH built several of New York City’s knowledge and hands-on experience on work landmarks, including the Jacob K. of a similar nature,” the company says. “HRH Javitz Convention Center, shown here. has that experience.” HRH Construction “We view our projects as opportunities to reach out to the community.” » 112 CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM FEBRUARY 2011 http://www.CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Construction Today - February 2011

Construction Today - February 2011
Contents
Out of the Blues
Best Practices
Exploring BIM
Construction Law
Residential
Wall Works USA Inc.
Epoch Properties
Civil
Pacific Pile & Marine
Dufferin Construction – Highways 403 and 401 Projects
Natt McDougall Co.
Abhe & Svoboda Inc.
Malcolm Drilling
McKinney Drilling Co.
ODOT/Miller Cable Co. – Northeast Ohio ITS Project
Barnard Construction – Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Redevelopment Project
C.A. Barrs Contractor Inc.
Charles Blalock and Sons Inc.
Parsons Brinkerhoff, Hatch Mott MacDonald, Skanska USA, Dragados USA and Tutor Perini – Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement
William Charles Construction – I-39 Repaving
Commercial
Wadman Corp.
CB Richard Ellis Canada
The Cadillac Fairview Corp. Ltd./PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
Fargo Pacific Inc.
Critchfield Pacific Inc.
Harvey-Cleary
Harold O’Shea Builders
Culpepper Construction Co. Inc.
Golden State Framers
HRH Construction
Hudspeth & Associates Inc.
Hyder Construction
IMC Construction Inc.
Jones Lang LaSalle – Empire State Building Renovation and Retrofit
Econo-Malls Management Corp.
Ruscio Studio
Institutional
Turner Construction San Diego – New Central Library
Trotter & Morton – University of Calgary
Collavino Construction Co. Inc. – One World Trade Center
Danis Building Construction Company – The Indu and Raj Soin Medical Center
F.J. Sciame Construction Co. – Abraham Joshua Heschel School
Eckman Construction – Pinkerton Academy Freshman Building
The Hagerman Group – Parkview Whitley Hospital
Industrial
Scheck Industries
Whaler Industrial Contracting Inc.
Last Look

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