“Any institution that utilizes Stanmar, Inc. would benefit from a company that knows what it’s doing,
cares very much about its clients, and works with them through the whole project.”
Dr. Richard E. Wylie, President, Endicott College
We’ve worked with Independent schools, Colleges and Universities nationwide.
When The Baglio Center opened, it completed a campus-wide transformation.
Stanmar, Inc.’s new design jump-started a project that had been delayed for over a decade.
The Nantucket Boys & Girls Club was built on time and on budget despite being built on an island within a historical district.
Our approach is predicated on being involved from the first stages of design until the last day of construction. Each Stanmar, Inc. facility is completed on time and on budget, achieving the right mix of desired program, aesthetics, and price, precisely because we are responsible for the turnkey design and construction of all of our projects.Discover More
We are very glad we chose Stanmar to design and construct our Steve Tisch Sports and Fitness Center. It’s a more efficient design, we have far superior program spaces, and we’ve realized significant cost savings.
Timely planning, quality design and construction, on-time completion, and diligent follow-up after completion of the project. Add to this the qualities of cost containment and friendly relationships…
Stanmar’s background and experience with these types of facilities helped save us time, and they were very thorough when it came to design issues. They showed us how we could add program spaces we didn’t even know we could add.
Without Stanmar’s expertise in athletic facility design, we would not have been able to build the building that we’ve built. We got the most for our dollar.
Applications are already up 10% since our new student center opened this semester. We’re projecting that when we factor in a full year of operation, we’re going to see a near record amount of freshmen applications…
Our new Mellow Center is a marvelous facility and within our budgets. Anyone in a small college setting just doesn’t have the resources to absorb significant Change Orders, or other kinds of issues, and this went well.