New Project Start: CHOP Montgomery County Specialty Care Center

Further expanding our healthcare portfolio, IMC is building a new 38,000SF ground up Specialty Care Center/Urgent Care Facility for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The tenant fitout will consist of CHOP’s Specialty Care Services including audiology/ENT, speech therapy, ophthalmology and other outpatient services. This facility will also have lab, casting and other clinical support spaces.

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IMC Breaks Ground on Philly High-rise Headquarters!

On Monday, September 21st, Parkway Corporation held the groundbreaking ceremony at the 2222 Market project site to celebrate the development of the new 19-story building.

The tower, designed by architectural firm Gensler, will stand 19 stories tall with over 300,000 rentable square feet. The building is specifically designed to have an extraordinarily light carbon footprint and will be seeking LEED-CS Gold and Fitwell.

Dignitaries included:
  • Robert Zuritsky, President and CEO, Parkway Corporation
  • Brian Berson, Senior Vice President Real Estate and Development, Parkway Corporation
  • Sarah Bouchard, Philadelphia Office Managing Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Robert Cottone, President and CEO, IMC Construction
  • Kenyatta Johnson, Councilmember Philadelphia’s 2nd District
  • Anne E. Fadullon, Director, Department of Planning & Development
  • Anna Z. Boni, Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer, Parkway Corporation
  • April Brown, Principal, Laura W. Waring School


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IMC Construction Ranked Top Green Building Contractor by Engineering News-Record

IMC Construction is proud to be ranked as one of 2020’s Top 100 Green Building Contractors by Engineering News-Record. This is a nationwide list in which companies are ranked according to revenue for construction or design services generated in 2019 from projects that have been registered with or certified by a third-party organization that sets standards for measuring a building’s or facility’s environmental impact, energy efficiency or carbon footprint. To read the full article, click here. 


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Michael Lloyd Promoted to Executive Vice President

IMC Construction is proud to announce the promotion of Michael Lloyd to Executive Vice President.

A distinguished lawyer with over 15 years of experience, Lloyd joined IMC in 2017 as General Counsel and has had a tremendous impact on all facets of the business since then. Lloyd’s responsibilities include overseeing all legal matters, owner contracts and subcontracts, IMC’s Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP), strategic planning, corporate governance and administration of outside counsel. Lloyd also serves on the Board of Directors and participates in finance review and strategy.

“Mike has been an important asset to IMC’s success through a steady contribution of ideas, information, analysis, strategic planning and support,” said, Robert Cottone, President & CEO at IMC Construction.

A few of Lloyd’s notable accomplishments include being named to Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2020 40 Under 40 list, becoming a partner at IMC in 2019, and in January 2020, testifying in front of the PA Senate Community Economic and Recreational Development Committee on the economic development opportunities of the data center industry. Lloyd sits on the boards for the Peter’s Place Foundation and Community Volunteers in Medicine.

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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Philadelphia Business Journal Features Rob Cottone, President and CEO on the Impact of COVID-19: Part 4 of the series

In the fourth part of the series, Rob Cottone discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and how IMC continues to move forward through the new normal.

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Philadelphia Business Journal Features Rob Cottone, President and CEO on the Impact of COVID-19: Part 3 of the series

In the third part of the series, Rob Cottone explains how IMC is doing after a few months into the COVID-19 pandemic and how we’re preparing for the future.

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Philadelphia Business Journal Features Rob Cottone, President and CEO on the Impact of COVID-19: Part 2 of the series

In the second part of the series, Rob Cottone discusses how IMC Construction is staying strong while continuing to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Our Response to COVID-19

As restrictions are lifted in the Tri-State area, we are excited to continue the progress of our projects and get our employees, subcontractors, vendors back to working in the field. With projects restarting we wanted to provide you with an update on the steps we are taking to ensure that work is being performed safety and efficiently. Keeping people healthy and projects on track our highest priorities. As the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak continues to create challenges for families and businesses across the country, our focus is on the health and well-being of our employees, clients, subcontractors, vendors and the community. We are closely monitoring the situation and following recommendations from the CDC as well as Federal, State and County Authorities. Our goal is to maintain our project schedules while playing our role in the global effort to contain this virus.


While nothing is guaranteed the steps outlined below will ensure that work is performed as safely as possible while maintaining productivity on projects:

  • All site job trailers/offices are restricted from visitors. To enable project site social distancing, meetings will be held outdoors in open air settings or in large open areas in the buildings.
  • To create a more effective social distancing, work locations for all IMC employees are a combination of main office, jobsite, and work from home. We have discouraged changing work locations daily or weekly.
  • In order to maintain productivity, all employees are set-up for remote access to all applications and fully supported by our IT
  • We have discontinued all in person meetings and have migrated to tele-conferencing and Skype conferences.
  • We have stopped visitor access to our main office except preplanned and essential
  • Protocols are in place on all projects that require IMC staff each morning to verify through a series of questionnaires that require individuals to state they have not met any of the risk factors identified by the CDC.
  • Every tradesman is completing the same questionnaire and undergoing temperature testing on a daily basis. IMC is requiring every company foreman to survey each of their workers prior to starting work each day to verify they have not been exposed to the risk factors utilizing the same survey


Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have about our preparedness.

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Construction Projects Across Pennsylvania Get Ready to Roll

After sitting idle for approximately six weeks, nonessential construction sites across Pennsylvania are gearing up to resume work on May 1. In doing so, project teams must adhere to new COVID-19 safety regulations released by Gov. Tom Wolf (D) on April 24. Wolf became one of the first governors in the country to shut down all but essential projects on March 19.

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Philadelphia Business Journal Features Rob Cottone, President and CEO on the Impact of COVID-19: Part 1 of the series

In the first part of the series, Rob Cottone, President and CEO is featured Philadelphia Business Journal discussing the precautionary steps IMC was making before the pandemic and how we are navigating through it currently.

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Dodge Data & Analytics features Bob Liberato, Project Executive, on Meeting Labor Demands to Complete Chemours Discovery Hub

Bob Liberato, Project Executive was featured in Dodge Data & Analytics: Prefabrication and Modular Construction 2020 SmartMarket Report discussing how they met labor demands to complete the Chemours Discovery Hub. IMC Construction’s case study is on pages 52 and 53 of the report.

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Pa. Contractors Rush To Respond to Construction Stop Order

One day after being ordered to halt all construction activity in Pennsylvania to curb COVID-19’s spread, state contractors are complying. with enforcement set to start on March 21, while remaining hopeful that certain critical projects can be restarted promptly.

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