May 20, 2016: Cyma Builders & Construction Managers Superintendents and Project Managers get involved with a Lean Construction boot camp. Once the training has concluded, all who attended will
Cyma Builders & Construction Managers Announce Paul Hahr, Superintendent’s, Certification Achievement.
Cyma Builders & Construction Managers announced a safety certification achievement for one of their Superintendent’s, Paul Hahr. On April 21, 2016 Paul passed the Board of Certified Professionals (BCSP) Safety Trained Supervisor in Construction certification. The STSC is a nationally recognized third party safety certification for those with supervisor responsibility in construction.
Paul Hahr has been with Cyma Builders & Construction Managers since 2011 and has displayed an incredible reputation among his clientele as well as his fellow employees. Tom Santoli, Director of Safety and Health for Cyma stated, “Paul Hahr is a diligent and experienced Superintendent that understands and embraces the critical role that site supervision plays in the construction safety effort. Paul has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to proactively identify safety and health challenges on complicated pharmaceutical construction projects and his skill implementing safety solutions in the field.”
Cyma Builders has recently turned over the office and warehouse portions of a new facility expansion for a Pharmaceutical company in Wilmington, DE, with the manufacturing portion schedule for completion in Q1 2016. Click here to read more!
Cyma Builders has successfully completed construction on a 23,000 SF DEA Vault facility for a client in Huntsville, AL to expand their existing Distribution Center. The project was originally chartered to support additional storage capacity needs in order to meet DEA requirements. Cyma executed the project utilizing an EPCM model, to manage all aspects of project design, procurement, construction and commissioning. The project was kicked off at a concept level on February 2, 2015 and receive final Certificate of Occupancy at the end of September. The team at Cyma utilized lean methodologies in conjunction with our subcontractors to expedite the project and manage parallel critical paths simultaneously. In recognition of such effort by M&D Mechanical on the project, the North Alabama Association of Builders and Contractor has recognized the project for Excellence in Construction. The completion of this project on time and under budget is a testament to the hard work of the individuals and partner firms, who remained focused on successful delivery throughout.
The DPT Laboratories Washroom Prep Suite was a multi-faceted project with the overall goal of constructing a new wash room to support current and future filling operations as well as the construction of new utilities to support the future expansion needs of the facility. For more details and project photographs, check out the project page at the link below:
The Animas/Life Scan Chesterbrook Building 965 Renovations was a multi-faceted project with the overall goal of upgrading multiple components of the existing building workspace and employee areas. For more details and project photographs, check out the project page at the link below:
This project is a continuation of company-wide office upgrades currently ongoing within this Fortune 500 Pharmaceutical company in Horsham, PA facility to provide a more flexible workplace. For more details and project photographs, check out the project page at the link below:
Cyma Superintendent Jeff Walters Recognized as ‘Best of the Best’ at SADV’s 2015 Professional Showcase
Cyma’s Jeff Walters has been recognized by the Subcontractors Association of Delaware Valley (SADV) as one of the ‘Best of the Best’ in the Superintendent category during their 2015 Professional Showcase. Jeff’s hard work and dedication to his profession are a constant asset to Cyma’s organization and the clients we support. Congratulations to Jeff on this well deserved honor!
Cyma Builders was engaged by DPT Laboratories to relocate a critical laboratory function from a leased building to a newly purchased site. The 3,000 SF fit-out was budget constrained and required close coordination between construction and design teams to ensure a workable design was established and maintained. Eight weeks was allotted for construction with on-time delivery necessary to avoid punitive lease clauses in the existing building. Project scope consisted of HVAC, lab gas and electrical distribution to accommodate the new program. New casework and fume hoods were installed, along with a new epoxy flooring system. Client occupancy and equipment validation commenced immediately upon substantial completion of construction, and allowed the leased space to be successfully vacate by the 3/22 deadline.