PC Construction

The employee-owners of PC Construction announced that the company raised $52,682 for United Way of Northwest Vermont's annual campaign. This year marked PC Construction's 54th annual United Way campaign. In the 1966 inaugural year, the company donated a total of $213 to the organization.

PC Construction was honored by the Associated General Contractors of Vermont with a Best Builders Award for the University of Vermont STEM Complex project in Burlington, Vt. The award was presented in the Academia, New Construction category for outstanding quality of work and effort.

PC Construction announced it has received a Build Maine Award from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Maine. The company earned recognition in the Building category for its work on a major renovation and expansion project at three school buildings within Regional School Unit (RSU) 21 in the Kennebunk area.

The board of directors of PC Construction have announced Jay Fayette, a South Burlington, Vt., resident, will serve as president and CEO of the employee-owned construction company. Fayette has been at the company for 24 years and most recently served as president and COO leading the company at a time of heightened competition and alternative project delivery methods.

PC Construction, among the nation's largest employee-owned construction companies, joined Mirbeau Companies at a groundbreaking for a 50-room hotel and European-style spa in the heart of Dutchess County, N.Y. The Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck, scheduled to open in fall 2019, will be located on approximately three acres in the center of the Village of Rhinebeck.

The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) commissioned the first major component of the DC Clean Rivers Program ahead of the deadline outlined by the consent decree. Working with a team of engineers and contractors, a seven-mile-long tunnel segment and a new 225 mgd wet weather treatment facility was put into service.

Keeping drinking water clean and safe for an ever-growing metropolitan area demands a treatment plant that can continually be upgraded to meet changing needs. The vibrant communities in and around Charleston, S.C., are seeing their primary water treatment plant being modernized this year at a cost of $40 million to handle current and future population growth.

The Waterbury State Office Complex Redevelopment project in Vermont has been named a 2017 Public Works Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association (APWA). The project is being honored with APWA's Project of the Year award in the Disaster or Emergency Construction/Repair at a cost of more than $75 million category.

PC Construction has received one of the Associated General Contractors of America's highest honors — an Alliant Build America Award in the construction management renovation category — for its work to rebuild the Waterbury State Office Complex.

PC Construction, among the nation's largest employee-owned construction companies, has welcomed Larry Knapp as a director of new business development for the Hudson Valley region. Knapp brings 35 years experience in the construction industry with a focus on opportunity procurement, project estimating, and contract negotiations.