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IMC Opens Main Line Health – King of Prussia Women’s Specialty Health Center

IMC has completed the new 94,000 square-foot Women’s Specialty Health Center for Main Line Health. In collaboration with Axia Women’s Health, this is Main Line Health’s first Women’s Specialty Center. The seven-story building located in the Village at Valley Forge will offer primary care, heart health, obstetrics, gynecology, breast health, skincare, and emotional wellness. A demonstration kitchen will host classes on healthy eating. An ambulatory care center within the facility will offer services to men and women, including cardiology and cardiac testing, endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, imaging, physical therapy, and lab services. This sustainably-built project is seeking certification of 3 Green Globes from the Green Building Initiative.

“This facility will address the preventive, diagnostic and treatment needs of women in the community,” said Art Brinkworth, healthcare project director for IMC

 

The Main Line Health King of Prussia team included construction manager IMC Construction; architect NELSON; development manager Anchor Health Properties; site/civil engineer Bohler Engineering; MEP engineer Pisarek Engineering; structural engineer O’Donnell & Naccarato; design consultant Perkins Eastman Black; and landscape architect Glackin Thomas Panzak.

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ENR MidAtlantic Honors Penn Medicine As Owner of the Year

So thrilled to work with, UPHS, who just won Owner of the Year by ENR MidAtlantic. The Advanced Outpatient Center in Radnor, PA is a true highlight of IMC’s portfolio and will be featured in the upcoming April issue.

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IMC Construction forms Special Projects Division

IMC Construction is pleased to announce the formation of a Special Projects Division (SPD), which will give the construction firm the flexibility to meet the market demand for construction services focused on limited-scale projects within active and occupied sites in a more economical and efficient manner.

“The Special Projects Division will perform varied build-out and renovation work, along with select stand-alone structures,” Robert Cottone, President & CEO said. “Leveraging the buying power of IMC for a Special Project Division will translate to very competitive pricing for clients, while still mitigating risk. Our internal resources can be utilized at a moment’s notice, enhancing services when and if needed, ensuring quality and the highest of standards – from safety to turnover.”

IMC Construction’s experience in preplanning and building includes facilities for diverse market sectors such as commercial, academic, healthcare, science and technology, institutional hospitality, multi-family and use, industrial and retail.

IMC Construction is part of the Citadel Group, a national group of construction companies. IMC is the largest independently owned general contractor in the Greater Philadelphia Area and the 5th largest in Pennsylvania.

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IMC provides testimony regarding data center industry at Senate Community, Economic and Recreational Development Committee

IMC Construction General Counsel, Michael Lloyd, testified in front of the PA Senate Community, Economic and Recreational Development Committee on the economic development opportunities of the data center industry.

Watch the full testimony at: https://lnkd.in/eGRp9ei

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Great Teams building Great Projects:

Earlier this week, our new building’s project management team accepted the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance Building Berks Award in the Office Category. Special thanks to Mike McDermott, Juan Mones-Cazon, Binswanger, Equus Capital Partners, LTD., IMC Construction and Wulff Architects for making this project possible! https://greaterreading.org/

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ENR MidAtlantic features Tom Verderame, Vice President, Production, on healthcare industry growth and trends.

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St. Luke’s Prototype Hospital – one of the largest projects in Quakertown’s history, and will give residents an easy-to-access location that they can trust for their care.

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Delaware Labor Shortage Spurs Project to Go Modular

With its new $150-million research facility under construction and heading for a year-end completion target, global chemical company Chemours aims to consolidate its existing laboratories and offices into the 312,000-sq-ft facility on the University of Delaware’s Science Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus in Newark, Del.

https://www.enr.com/articles/47359-delaware-labor-shortage-spurs-project-to-go-modular

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IMC’s 17th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Please consider sponsoring the IMC 17th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. This year’s event was planned with COVID-19 prevention protocols set in place for everyone’s safety (i.e. reserved tee times, food will be spread throughout course to enhance social distancing, etc.). This event is a delightful tradition of competitive golf, corporate camaraderie and community philanthropy. Proceeds will benefit nonprofit organizations in our community through the IMC Charitable Foundation.

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IMC’s Successful Collaboration at Chemours Discovery Hub

IMC’s successful innovation with prefabrication and 3-D modeling is featured in the current issue of Commercial Construction & Renovation. 

Click through to read the full article written by Jerry Brandmueller, Project Executive.

About the project:

The Chemours Discovery hub is a $200MM, 333,000 square-foot research facility on the University of Delaware’s Science Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus.

  • laboratories and offices for approximately 330 scientists, engineers and researchers
  • 50 specialty rooms, cafes, conference rooms and 20 “huddle” rooms for small group meetings
  • spans 15 acres within a campus of 272 acres
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ENR Year in Construction Photography Winner

IMC Construction’s Penn Medicine Center for Healthcare Technology was the subject for this stunning shot by Ralph V. Oswald III. Engineering News-Record’s worldwide competition showcases the best photos from construction sites around the world.

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IMC Construction’s Penn Medicine Radnor Tops Out

Advanced outpatient care center going up on King of Prussia Road

IMC held topping out ceremonies on April 8th on a multispecialty outpatient facility for the University of Pennsylvania Health System. The event on the Radnor site was attended by IMC’s construction team, Penn Medicine’s Steve DiMambro, Penn Medicine Radnor’s Associate Executive Director, Tracey Commack and representatives from all the departments at the facility.

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