Real Estate Journal — Central Pennsylvania — May 11 - 24, 2018 — 9C
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Michael Sgriccia named Top Young Leader Keystone Contractors Association awards Alexander Building Construction Co. S
ployees on the benefits of Lean construction techniques and teaches them how to use tools like The Last Planner System. “Mike is a leader at our com- pany and in the industry. He is innovative, responsible and committed to our community. We are proud to have Mike on our team in a senior man- agement role and honored he was the first person to receive the KCA Top Young Leader Award,” said Christopher Magent , general manager State College and business development director for The Butz Family of Companies.
Construction Certificate, dem- onstrating his understanding of the latest compliance issues and what owners, staff and patients expect of construc- tion management profession- als working in the healthcare environment. He is a member of the Construction Manage- ment Association of America, United States Green Building Council and previously served on the Board of Directors for the Builders Association of Central PA. He is a founding member of The Butz Family of Companies’ in-house Lean Committee that educates em-
tate College, PA — The Keystone Con- tractors Association recently awarded Alexander Building Construction Co. senior project manager, Mike Sgriccia , with the inaugural KCATop Young Leader Award. This award is bestowed upon emerging professionals from member companies who play critical roles in the community and professional areas of the construction industry. The an- nouncement was made at an event Wednesday night at the Toftrees Club. In the ten years Sgriccia has been with Alexander, he has led the construction of fourteen projects totaling more than $182 million for some of Central Pennsylvania’s largest employers. His project experi- ence includes a new dining facility at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, multiple proj- ects for Mount Nittany Health including the Emergency De- partment Expansion, Lance and Ellen Shaner Cancer Pa- vilion and the Perioperative Services Expansion, as well as ongoing work at the second largest football stadium in the country, Penn State’s Beaver Stadium. Sgriccia’s value to the com- pany and community extends beyond the buildings he has constructed as he is involved in many organizations where he shares his talents with others. He volunteers with Leadership Centre County and the United Way. Sgriccia earned both a Bach- elor’s and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from The Pennsylvania State Univer- sity. He is certified OSHA 10 and OSHA 30, and is USGBC LEED Accredited. Sgriccia earned an ASHE Healthcare Glen Self Storage in Harrisburg, PA Harrisburg, PA — In- vestment Real Estate, LLC announced the sale of the Sierra’s Glen Self Storage for $2.25 million. Sierra’s Glen Self Storage is located on Lo- cust Ln. in Harrisburg. The property is comprised of two metal buildings and includes a rental home and a rental office. The facility con- sists of more than 235 drive-up storage units. IRE announces sale of Sierra’s
Shown from left: KCA executive director Jon O’Brien presents the KCA Top Young Leader Award to Mike Sgriccia.
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