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For more, and a look in to some of our current projects, simply click on one of the categories below!

Beaver Lake Nature Center

 Baldwinsville, New York

This was a uniquely challenging and rewarding project for Welch Construction, Inc. The scope of work consisted of a complete makeover of the front entrance to the building, installation of new drainage by the front entrance and driveway, widening the entrance road, and repaving the road/parking lots to the facility. At the front entrance you will find brand new pavers, new design specific boulders, drainage, seating areas, and a new 'Green Roof.' As you enter the Center, you will notice the installation of new drainage, grading, removal of select landscaping features, and a widened, newly paved road.

Syracuse Veteran's Medical Center 
Women's Clinic

 Syracuse, New York

This project consisted of renovating the 9th floor south wing of the Syracuse Veteran's Medical Center for a new Women’s Health Clinic. The project consisted of converting approximately 4,000 square feet of space that was being utilized as office space into Ambulatory Care, outpatient clinical exam, office, and procedure space. The Women’s Health Clinic project included five new outpatient exam rooms, two outpatient procedure rooms, healthcare provider offices, administrative office space, a waiting room, check in area, patient and visitor restrooms, and staff areas. 

Myrtle Beach Primary School

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Renovation of the Myrtle Beach Primary School was a fast paced, interior renovation of 54 classrooms, 10 offices, a cafeteria, and media center completed within a three month timeframe.  The scope of work consisted of demolition, new flooring, paint, ceiling finishes, new bathrooms, and casework.  Exterior improvements included new underground storm drainage systems and hardscape.

The Horry County Museum

Conway, South Carolina

This adaptive re-use project consisted of converting what was a former school house, built in 1905, into a museum and exhibition space for the Horry County Museum.  The project required an extensive renovation from foundations and structural framing to upgrading mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire suppression systems.  Restoring the structural integrity of the building required shoring of the existing floors and roof, as well as installing helical piers, new foundations, and structural steel. One of the client’s main goals was to retain as much of the original school’s history as possible.  This was accomplished, in part, by reclaiming the wainscot and hardwood flooring.  The wainscot was carefully removed and re-installed in the hallways and the flooring was sanded and sealed to its original state.

Rome Veteran's Outpatient Clinic

Rome, New York

This project was a heavily involved 3 phase project. The major phase involved converting an abandoned surgical wing on the second floor into 7 new office spaces, a conference room, fitness center, shower room, bathrooms, and a break room.  The other two phases involved renovating a decommissioned kitchen, vault, and storage rooms into two large warehouse spaces. For all phases, the scope of work included asbestos abatement, general construction, HVAC, controls, electrical, auxiliary systems, PA system, plumbing, fire protection systems, as well as providing all necessary cabling and equipment for voice, data, security, and alarm services.

Vereen Memorial Gardens
Community Center

Little River, South Carolina

This unique building sits along a picturesque setting at the entrance of Vereen Memorial Gardens. This 5,768 square foot community center serves primarily as an area for seniors, as well as providing services for a variety of other groups. It was designed as a gathering area for crafts, banquets, lectures, and other activities.

Nichols Town Hall and Library

Nichols, South Carolina

This project involved converting a 1950s era school building into a new town hall with a courtroom and library.  Extensive demolition was required for the space to be renovated to its new function.  New masonry and framed walls were constructed and new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems were installed.  All finishes were replaced with new ceilings, fixtures, casework, and flooring.  Exterior improvements included new entrances with ramps and walks, new paving, signage, and landscaping.

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