As an Owner, understanding the risks during various stages of construction plays a large role in knowing when to be concerned and when to relax and let your contractor handle a problem. Ralph Agostinelli, Stanmar’s senior project manager, broke down a fitness center construction timeline in the November’s issue of Private University Product and News to help illuminate what to look for.
The World Trade Center Transportation Hub project is $2 billion over budget and six years behind schedule. While the numbers are shocking and scale overwhelming, this scenario plays out on typical campus projects beset by scope creep. Oliver Snider, Vice President of Business Development, recently shared his thoughts in Athletic Business
This summer, Dr. Wylie, President at Endicott College, sat down with our team to talk about Stanmar, Inc.’s impact on campus over the last 15 years. In 1999, we designed and constructed the Post Sports Science and Fitness Center, and in 2008 we were invited back to campus to design and construct the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts. We are very proud of our legacy on campus!
To learn more about our projects at Endicott College, visit out our case study.
Back in October 2013, we helped connect our client, Samford University, with Team Impact, and shared the University’s announcement of its 17th basketball member, Nathaniel “Biggie” Henderson, a 7-year-old diagnosed with CLOVES syndrome.
This touching video shows just how much this program helped “Biggie”, his family, the Samford Basketball team, and the entire school community. Separately, two more of our clients have partnered with Team IMPACT to help give children with severe illnesses the unique experience of being on a sports team and having teammates.
The Future of BIM, IPD and Design Build
The cover of the July/August issue of Net Assets displayed a powerful, and for us concerning, headline. In large bold letters, it stated THE END OF DESIGN/BUILD.
We’ve used this method for over 40 years, and plan to do so for the foreseeable future – so for obvious reasons we were eager to read the article! “Construction Disruption” barely addressed the cover headline’s assertion, and in our opinion left readers confused about the differences between the various project delivery methods.
The Nantucket Boys and Girls Club, hired Stanmar, Inc. to design and construct their new facility. Since 1945, the Nantucket Boys & Girls Club has been helping Nantucket’s youth grow and succeed. The Club is a vital resource for the Nantucket community, providing parents with a safe, healthy and fun place for their children. Throughout the past twenty years, the Club has expanded from 230 members to 669 members. In order for the Club to continue to be a part of children’s lives, a significant change was needed.
Three magazines recently recently recognized Tufts University’s Steve Tisch Sports and Fitness Center in their respective Facility Showcases. Located in Medford, Massachusetts, we designed and constructed the Sports and Fitness Center, opening last fall on time and under budget.
We are proud to see our recent project across multiple publications!
Risk. It’s a dreaded word for Owners, and on a construction project, it’s defined by time and money.
Most people working with the construction industry for the first time don’t understand when a project is most at risk for cost increases and time delays. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be assessing the three phases of risk during a construction project lifecycle: Getting out of the Ground, Enclosure, and Completion.