Client Spotlight – TECH 2000 Woodworks

custom-cabinetryFor over 35 years, Tech 2000 Woodworks President and Owner, Keith Geller has been designing, building and installing fine custom woodwork cabinetry for residential and commercial applications, growing Tech 2000 Woodworks into one of the top custom cabinetry shops in the Pittsburgh region.

The experienced team and the very latest equipment enable Tech 2000 to work with all types of wood and a myriad of other materials, including bamboo, laminate, solid surfacing, granite, and marble. The finishing department offers custom finishes and stains to make your project unique in both design and color. Tech 2000 is a FSC® Certified Millwork Company FSC-C109135 and have participated in a number of LEED projects throughout the region.

custom-cabinetryPreserving history and the original architecture was key in the resent renovation of St. Peter’s Church in Pittsburgh. It was the church’s desire to bring this historical building back to as close to its original looks and condition as to when it was built back in 1855, before fire destroyed the structure in 1870. Working from original photographs provided by the church staff, Tech 2000 manufactured and supplied all of the new wood work to match existing wood work within the church, such as the HVAC Covers in the center and sides of the church, new front kneeler walls and ramp with railing to the Main Altar, Reconciliation Rooms, Statue Niches at the back of the Church, Choir Loft Cabinets with wood paneling to match original wood panels, base board and casing to match original just to list some of the items that were fabricated.

Tech 2000 worked closely with Nick Rosky of Volpatt Construction who was the general contractor on this project along with the architect Ian Morrison of the architectural firm of Radelet, MCarthy & Polletta Inc. throughout the project to help achieve the goal of matching as much of the original details possible to the beauty of intricate wood working centuries ago.

Client Spotlight – Excel Glass and Granite

Granite-and-stone-specialists-Excel Granite-and-GlassFor the past 70 years, Excel Glass and Granite has progressed with technology, skilled labor training and design expertise to bring the newest designs in the Kitchen and Bath Industry. We offer a variety of the latest in quartz and granite from which to choose.

The Excel Glass Division, a full-service installer and fabricator of commercial and residential glass provides custom shower doors, shower door enclosures, custom mirrors, replacement glass and much more. Featuring the area’s largest selection of custom mirrors in any size, shape or color, the company specializes in the custom design, manufacturing and installation of framed or unframed mirrors to match any specification.

Excel Hospitality Stone works with construction companies, project managers and commercial developers in providing granite, stone and/or glass products to fulfill multi-unit or hotel project needs by furnishing and installing countertops, sinks, vanity bases, shower bases, and L.E.D. Mirrors.

Granite-and-stone-specialists-Excel-Granite-and-Glass-Foundry-at-41stA recent commercial project highlights construction of The Foundry at 41st, featuring a variety of apartment types from nano units to two bedrooms providing luxury living in the heart of one of the hippest neighborhoods. The open floorplan design features an incredible list of amenities, including high-end apartment features and finishes. Working with Fort Willow Developers and Walnut Capital, Excel Hospitality Stone provided 171 apartments with 209 vanities, mirrors and porcelain sinks, 26 shower doors and 171 kitchen quartz tops and stainless sinks for this high end apartment complex.

Versatile, customizable and reliable – experience the “Excellence of Excel!”

Client Spotlight – Markosky Engineering Group, Inc.

Client-Spotlight-MarkoskyFounded in 1999, The Markosky Engineering Group, Inc. (Markosky) a woman-owned business, provides civil engineering, environmental services and construction services to public and private sector clients. Services include roadway design, traffic engineering, bridge design, environmental services, cultural resources, NBIS bridge inspection, construction inspection, site development, municipal engineering, and oil & gas environmental engineering and permitting services.

The versatile and experienced staff is dedicated to finding the best solutions to meet the client/project needs. Markosky is certified by the Pennsylvania Unified Certification Program (PAUCP) and the PA Department of General Services as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise. Currently the company employs over 60 professionals working in the organization.

Photo Credit: Richard Cochrane from McTish, Kunkel & Associates.

Photo Credit: Richard Cochrane from McTish, Kunkel & Associates.

One of Markosky’s most recent projects was the SR 0980, Section 139 project included the realignment of the southern approach of PA 980 to form a ‘plus’ intersection and constructing a new bridge carrying the Montour trail over the intersection to fully separate trail-using families, pedestrians and bicyclists from surface motor vehicle traffic. The new 379’ bridge is a three-span composite steel girder structure, which provides the necessary vertical clearances for both PA 980 and PA 50 while meeting the Trail’s requirement of a maximum approach grade. The new bridge also completes the final Montour Trail gap in Washington County, the heavily traveled central part of the Trail.

The project incorporated numerous innovative and unique aspects including the adaptive reuse of the only remaining portion of the original two-girder structure built in 1913 by the Montour Railroad. Additionally, the project incorporated geosynthetic reinforced slope (GRS) embankments for the trail approaches in order to increase the clearance of the new bridge over the roadways without increasing the embankment footprint thereby avoiding impacts to adjacent properties and the environment.

Markosky invests in our future by supporting groups that benefit children such as the Laurel Highlands Council Boy Scouts of America, Community Foundation Alleghenies, Dreams Go ON Trail Ride, STAT, Inc. LVHS Alliance of Student Athletes, Ligonier Camp & Conference Center to name a few.

Staff members mentor 7th & 8th graders in a project-based learning program. Students use their imagination, research, and engineering design to compete in the completion of a model Future City Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAM+S). This national engineering competition involves problem-solving skills, collaboration, analytical thinking and multidimensional problem-solving solutions. Moving to the high school level, Markosky provides job shadowing opportunities for career exploration. At a corporate level, they participated as a “Speed Coach” for Mentoring Monday event hosted by the Pittsburgh Business Times bringing women together to network, receive career advice, tips and guidance.

The firm volunteered their services at a tree planting event for Flight 93 Memorial Planting Day hosted by the Marcellus Shale Coalition.

Markosky was recently awarded the 2017 Business of The Year Award from the Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce for delivering quality projects, supporting future generations in the sciences and being a steward in the community,

Jill maintains a high level of professionalism through her dedication and determination. Her knowledge and experience in the architecture, engineering and construction industry provides a positive advantage to her customers and clientele.
Larry Kiec, Vice President - Business Development at Dynamic Building Corporation
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