Luxury Community Opens on Philly’s Main Line

Behind the wall of sycamores, oaks and pines adjacent to the Wynnewood train station, a new 250-unit apartment building, the Maybrook, is now welcoming its first residents. Built by IMC Construction, Maybrook is a four-story, 345,000-square-foot luxury apartment community of one-, two- and three-room units near shops and transit.

“The building materials were high-end inside and out,” said Robert Cottone, president of IMC Construction. “We built for residents who value comfort and elegance, a natural setting and walkable community.”

Maybrook units range from 727 to 1839 square feet and feature quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, wood floors, walk-in closets and full-size washer-dryers. Amenities include a two-story fitness center, cyber lounge, clubroom, swimming pool, paddle tennis courts and an adjacent 464-space parking garage.

The community sits on 28 acres of the 44-acre Maybrook estate with a celebrated 1881 Scottish-style mansion, carriage house and several out buildings. Unused for decades, the historic mansion and grounds will be restored and renovated to serve the Lower Merion community as a special events site. A dog park and upgraded walking trails to nearby Narberth are part of the landscape design, as is restoring the original Japanese garden and grounds.

“This is a carefully-sited, sustainable, smart-growth project with extensive strategies for storm-water management, traffic control, and deep setbacks from the road,” said Cottone. “It has been a pleasure to work with Jefferson Apartment Group and Haverford Properties on this forward-thinking development.”

Maybrook is a joint venture among Jefferson Apartment Group, Haverford Properties Inc. and Lowe Enterprises Investors. The design team includes KTGY Group Inc. architect; Momenee Inc. civil engineer; Environetics MEP engineer; and Alliance Engineers structural.

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Project Award: Science Center

IMC is pleased to announce that Malvern Preparatory School has awarded IMC Construction their new Social Impact Center. Currently in Preconstruction, IMC is collaborating with Voith & Mactavish Architects to connect two existing buildings to create the new education facility. Work will also include renovations of the existing structures, site work, and relocation of electric service. Construction is scheduled for 2018-2019.

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Safety Day 2017

To emphasize the importance of job site safety, the IMC Safety committee hosted a subcontractor lunch at our Arborcrest project. The safety-stand down was a break in work to have toolbox talks, conduct safety equipment inspection and to discuss job-specific hazards. Participants also enjoyed lunch and got some new high visibility gear.

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King of Prussia Town Center Complete

IMC Construction is pleased to share a recent project completion of the King of Prussia Town Center. This ground-up lifestyle development is comprised of 12 buildings on 125 acres and is just 20 miles west of Philadelphia. King of Prussia Town Center features major retailers including Nordstrom Rack, Ulta and REI surrounded by a vibrant Main Street lined with a mix of restaurants. A central plaza with fountains and fire features, a music pavilion and lawn area create an outdoor community gathering area. IMC collaborated with Brown Craig Turner (BCT) Architects on this project. The King of Prussia Town Center was named “Project of the Year” by the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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Distinguished Lawyer Joins IMC Construction as General Counsel

Distinguished lawyer Michael Lloyd, joined IMC Construction, as general counsel. Lloyd brings 12 years of experience, including seven as legal advisor for companies such as Uber Technologies, Chevron Corporation, and Caplin & Drysdale, in Washington, DC. Lloyd’s duties will include owner contracts and subcontracts, IMC’s Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP), and corporate governance and administration of outside counsel.

Lloyd said, “I am excited to bring my transactional experience and knowledge of tax law and finance to IMC as the company enters its next phase. I look forward to advising management on strategic business opportunities and key issues.”

Lloyd received his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Economics, with highest honors, from Loyola University New Orleans.

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IMC Completes the AMC DINE-IN

The IMC team at the Shops at Riverside recently celebrated the opening of the AMC DINE-IN Ultra-Lux theatre. Theatre guests enjoy plush recliners, elegant decor and a full menu of food delivered right to their seat. The AMC theater is a portion of the on-going Shops at Riverside renovation in Hackensack, NJ.

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

With well over 75 companies represented at the 14th Annual IMC Charity Golf Outing, we would like to thank our sponsors for their help in making this event a success. Proceeds from the outing go to the IMC Charitable Foundation whose mission is to help support non-profits within our community. IMC’s Title Sponsors were: High Concrete Group, Construction Risk Partners, and Glazing Dynamics.

Golfers are invited to download their team photo: Click Here

A huge thank you to all of our sponsors:

Accelerated Fire Protection, Inc.*
Adelphia Fire LLC
Allan Myers*
Avon Contractors*
Bahret Church Interiors
Bala Consulting Engineers, Inc.
BELFOR Property Restoration*
Bill Gillespie Electric, Inc.*
Binsky & Snyder*
Brightline Construction*
Brothers Electric*
Budget Maintenance*
Building Concepts of America, Inc.*
Burns Mechanical Inc.
Cavan Construction*
Ceilings Inc.*
Chester Valley Engineers, Inc.*
Construction Risk Partners*
Crest Iron Workers
District Council 21
Door Supply of NJ Inc.*
Dynamic Landscaping &
Irrigation Inc.*
E.J. Raith Mechanical, Inc.*
Earth Engineering Incorporated*
Fox Rothschild LLP
G. A. Largent & Associates, Inc.
Glazing Dynamics*
GMH Capital Partners*
H&K Group*
HB Frazer Company*
High Concrete Group*
Independent Contract Flooring*
Independent Fire Sprinkler Co.*
Insulation Contractors
John C. Kohler Co.*
Johnson Controls
Jordano Electric, Inc.*
JP Patti Tecta America*
JPC Group Inc.
KONE Elevator and Escalator
M&T Bank*
Martinelli Interior Construction*
McCloskey Mechanical Contractors*
Menard USA
Oliver Fire Protection & Security*
Paramount Contracting
Peoples Security Bank & Trust
Philadelphia D&M*
Revolution Recovery*
Richard Pucci & Associates*
Roman Mosaic & Tile Co.*
Rosenberg & Parker*
RVOiii Photography*
Scenic Ridge Construction*
Schlouch Incorporated*
Shelly Electric Co., Inc.*
SSC Distributors*
Standard Iron Works*
Suburban Wholesale Lighting
Swartley Bros. Engineers Inc.*
Tague Lumber*
Tri-M Group, LLC
Tristate Equipment Services*
Unified Door and Hardware Group*
United States Roofing Corporation
Worth & Company, Inc.*
Zebby Sulecki, Inc.*
*Repeat Sponsor


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IMC Charity Golf Outing Team Photos

Thank you to all of our sponsors and participants. The 14th Annual IMC Charity Golf Outing was a huge success. We invite you to download your team photo below. To download, please click on your photo, then right click and save image to your computer.

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IMC Completes Arbor Terrace Senior Living

Arbor Terrace of Morris Plains, NJ is a 69,000 SF Senior Living Facility with 85 units and 109 beds to provide seniors with support from minimal assistance to comprehensive care. Guest enjoy a relaxing resort-style living with amenities that include on-site therapy, nail and hair salon, theater, art studio, restaurant-style dining, library, bistro and multiple lounges. The specially-designed Evergreen Memory Care neighborhood provides 24-hour support for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.

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IMC Ranks Nationally on ENR’s 2017 Top Contractors List

Engineering News-Record released its 2017 Top 400 National Contractors List, and IMC Construction was ranked No. 267.

Engineering News-Record ranks companies according to revenue for construction services performed in the previous year. Contractors listed on this year’s Top 400 generated $366.41 billion in revenue in 2016 – an increase of 6.5 percent from $344.14 billion in 2015.

A few of IMC’s most notable projects contributing to the ENR Top 400 revenue figure include: King of Prussia Mall Expansion, King of Prussia Town Center and the Haven at Atwater Development.

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IMC breaks ground in Philadelphia

On a beautiful spring afternoon, Penn Medicine and IMC Construction had a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Center for Healthcare Technology. Representatives from the University of Pennsylvania Health System joined IMC’s President / CEO, Robert Cottone to mark the first phase of construction. Located on Civic Center Boulevard, the first phase of the project will be a 250,000-square-foot, eight-story office building, which will be focused on information technology and human resources. A second phase of the project will add an additional 290,000 square feet and 10 stories, bringing the tower to a total height of 18 stories and 540,000 square feet.

Pictured from Left to Right: Robert Goodwin, Design Director from Perkins + Will; Dr. J. Larry Jameson, Dean of the Perelman School of Medicine; Dr. Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania; Ralph Muller, CEO of the University of Pennsylvania Health System; Kevin Mahoney, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for the University of Pennsylvania Health System and Executive Vice Dean for Integrative Services for the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; and Robert Cottone, President / CEO of IMC Construction.

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Arthur Brinkworth Joins IMC Construction

Veteran healthcare construction professional Arthur A. Brinkworth, PE, joined IMC Construction April 24, 2017 as a project director. With 32 years of experience, including 25 in healthcare facilities management for institutions including Nemours Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Brinkworth will immediately lend his skills and expertise to oversee IMC’s ongoing healthcare projects.

As an executive-level project director, Brinkworth will report to IMC CEO Robert Cottone. “Art’s depth of experience in healthcare facilities and construction management will be an asset to IMC and our clients,” said Cottone. “Art has managed teams and projects on behalf of major healthcare institutions, so he understands the owner’s objectives. His perspective will enhance our collaborative services.”

“I’ve spent the last 25 years of my career on the institutional side,” said Brinkworth. “I look forward to the opportunity to manage and grow IMC’s healthcare practice with the extensive technical background and emphasis on quality, cost control, and lean construction that my past work provided.”

The new hire bolsters IMC’s healthcare expertise to support a growing portfolio. The company has completed medical projects for the University of Pennsylvania Health System, Penn Medicine, Main Line Health, Fox Chase Crozier-Keystone Cancer Partnership, Community Volunteers in Medicine, and Phoenixville Hospital.

Brinkworth spent eight years as corporate construction manager for Nemours Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children where he managed the award-winning $288 million 200-bed pediatric inpatient tower expansion, a $158 million infrastructure project, and $350 million in master plan renovations. Prior to that role, Brinkworth spent 18 years with The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, including as assistant director of project management. His early experience includes six years as an engineering design professional concentrating on institutional infrastructure.

Brinkworth holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering and National Fire Protection Association.

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