10C — May 10 - 23, 2013 — Pennsylvania — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


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ARlISlE, PA — Al- exander building Construction Co. has Includes the demolition of the existing locker room facility Alexander building Construction Co. begins construction on the Durden Athletic training Ctr. C

said Rick Seitz, president of Alexander Building Construc- tion Co. “The new facility will greatly enrich the College’s field sports and also enhance that area of the Dickinson campus.” The project involves the de- molition of the existing locker room facility adjacent to Biddle Field and the construction of a new multi-faceted athletic training facility. The two-story Durden Cen- ter will feature: • Separate locker rooms for men’s and women’s lacrosse, football, field hockey, coaches,

officials and visiting teams • Strength-training and free- weight room • Sports-medicine facilities • Laundry and equipment room • Team-meeting/event room with a viewing platform over- looking Biddle Field • Exhibition area to honor Dickinson athletics Atight construction site next to very active playing fields will require the Alexander project team to undertake extreme measures in order to minimize the impact on ac- tive athletics schedules and summer camp activities. The project is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification and is scheduled for completion in November 2013. n AllEntOWn, PA — lee butz , chairman of butz En- terprises, Inc. , and Alvin h. butz, Inc . was the recipi- ents of the Labor Partnership Award presented at the Lehigh Valley Labor Council’s 52nd Awards Dinner heldApril 20th at the Northampton Memorial Community Center. Over 300 people attended the event, including State Representatives Ryan Mack- enzie and Daniel McNeill, City of Allentown Mayor, Ed Paw- lowski, and representatives from multiple businesses, non-profits, and labor. The Labor Partnership Award has been presented since 2006 and awarded to outstanding individuals and companies who accomplish great things within the com- munity. Lee Butz was present- ed the award by Gregg Potter, president of the Lehigh Valley Labor Council, AFL-CIO, and John Werkheiser , executive vice president. “Lee Butz andAlvin H. Butz, Inc. epitomize how a respon- sible employer should operate. They believe that safety is a moral imperative rather than just an insurance requirement. They demand high productiv- ity from their contractors and em ployees and anything less is just unacceptable. In return for loyalty and quality work, they provide family-sustaining wages, dignity, safety on the job and a competitive prices for their clients”, said Potter. n lee butz receives labor Partnership Award

begun construction of the new Durden Athletic Training Center at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. The new facility is named to honor the tenure of president William G. Durden and his wife Dr. Elke Durden, and will support the football, lacrosse, field hockey and soc- cer programs. “Alexander is excited to be entrusted to manage such an important project for Dickin- son’s storied athletic program,”

Durden Athletic Training Center

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