“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 Squash and Swim Center fits seamlessly into a unique residential environment.
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.
When Stanmar, Inc. completed our Hofstra Arena, our men’s varsity basketball team earned a trip to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1977, having gone undefeated in our new buildings.
Stanmar, Inc. brought a full-service approach to our project that was very nice. They have a history and experience with these types of facilities and we didn’t have to worry about the day-to-day things.
Stanmar, Inc. was able to grasp quickly the varied make-up of our residential school and Monastc Community, and to design an appropriate building to meet all our needs.
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.
Our new Mellow Center is absolutely important for enrollment and retention – no question about that! It has blended into an area of our campus that was being redesigned in a kind of what we call ‘Student life corridor’…