WEST CHESTER, PA — Pancoast & Clifford received several awards recently at the Eastern Pennsylvania Associated Builders and Contractors 2019 Excellence in Construction Awards Gala.
The newly constructed Broomall Firehouse was awarded first place in the Institutional $5-10 million category. Designed by Bernardon Architects, this 22,000 state-of-the-art facility accommodates modern apparatus and features an environmentally friendly facility and site.
Willistown Conservation Trust’s Rushton Conservation Center won second place in the Commercial $1-5 million category. This 8,000-square-foot facility was designed by John Milner Architects and contains a timber-frame gathering room, a demonstration kitchen, and a dedicated library and research room.
The Delaware County Christian School’s middle school renovation placed second in the Institutional $1-5 million category. Designed by Bonnett Associates Inc., this project consisted of an extensive renovation of a 17,000 SF middle school building that was completed in 12 weeks.
Pancoast & Clifford is a general contractor and construction manager serving Southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. The firm has completed projects in every commercial building category and has earned a reputation for adding value in all phases of construction.
Founded in 1995, P&C employs more than thirty professionals and maintains a flexible workforce of skilled and reliable subcontractors.
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