IMC Construction is proud to announce it has been awarded Philly.com’s Top Workplace Award.
Dignitaries gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new cancer center expansion at Phoenixville Hospital in Phoenixville, Pa. IMC is serving as the general contractor. The expansion will include a new Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator that will increase the accuracy and precision with which doctors will be able to target tumors with radiation.
IMC Construction is pleased to announce substantial completion of the Endo Health Solutions new world headquarters in Malvern, Pa. IMC served as the construction manager for both the core and shell and the tenant fit-out. The 320,000-SF facility includes two new five-story buildings overlooking Quarry Lake with a two-story connecting link and a one-story parking deck for 420 cars. Building features include executive offices, a full-service kitchen, a conference center, a cafeteria, and a fitness center.
IMC Construction is serving as design-builder for Delaware Valley College’s new Life Sciences Building in Doylestown, Pa. A ceremonial groundbreaking marked the start of construction. The new 41,000-SF facility will include classrooms, science laboratories, a conference center, and a 450-seat auditorium. The facility will be complete in the spring of 2014.
The Cradle of Liberty Council of the Philadelphia Area Boy Scouts honored Robert Cottone, President / CEO of IMC Construction, with the Good Scout Award at their annual Good Scout Banquet. The Good Scout Award is bestowed annually on an individual who provides resources that change lives in the community.
Also recognized at the event were Governor Tom Corbett, Merck CEO Ken Frazier, and President of Harmelin Media Mary Meder.
Ernst & Young has named IMC President / CEO Robert Cottone an Entrepreneur of the Year finalist in Greater Philadelphia. The award was developed to honor entrepreneurs whose ingenuity and perseverance have created and sustained successful, growing business ventures.
The Chester County Community Foundation has awarded IMC the Corporate Social Investment Award. This award is conferred annually upon companies that demonstrate sound business leadership principles and help the community by consistently supporting local charities. IMC President / CEO Robert Cottone accepted the award at the Legacy Awards Celebration in West Chester, Pa.
The Chester County Community Foundation was founded in 1994 and builds community assets for perpetuity. The foundation primarily holds endowed funds in trust and uses the income from these funds, in the form of grants, to meet the community’s charitable needs now and into the future.
IMC recently hosted Economy League of Greater Philadelphia Executive Director, Steve Wray, who spoke about the “Focus on a World Class Future for Greater Philadelphia.” The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to ensuring the region’s prosperity through analysis and action. The organization brings together established and emerging leaders to understand the region’s challenges and work toward innovative solutions. For more information visit economyleague.org.
SmartCEO magazine has recognized IMC Construction as a Best Run Company for 2012. The magazine honors companies that have experienced consistent growth, have outperformed their competition, are leaders in their industry, and whose brands have created a strong reputation in the communities they serve.
Award winners were honored by SmartCEO magazine at three events this year, including a black tie dinner, a book launch party, and a leadership conference. IMC will also be featured in an upcoming issue of SmartCEO magazine.
IMC Construction and Moreland Development mark the start of construction on the Bryn Mawr Medical Arts Pavilion, a physician-owned building on the campus of Bryn Mawr Hospital. IMC Construction has been contracted to furnish construction management services for construction of the new medical arts pavilion that will connect to the hospital via a pedestrian walkway over Lancaster Avenue. The 100-percent leased 141,000-SF building is expected to be complete during the summer of 2012 and will provide office space for the Bryn Mawr Medical Specialist, a limited partnership of various medical practices.
IMC Construction’s President / CEO Robert Cottone received the Philadelphia Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association’s (CFMA) Executive of the Year Award. Robert was honored for demonstrating great personal leadership and strong business skills in the Philadelphia construction community. CFMA is “The Source & Resource for Construction Financial Excellence” and the only nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the educational needs of today’s construction financial professionals.