A main goal for the Pike Block project, a mixed-use development offering 150,000 SF of commercial, retail and residential space, was to engage the community and promote the walkability of downtown.
With a current expansion project and through several annual fundraising events, we are proud to be partners with the Food Bank of CNY in giving back to our community.
VIP’s team broke ground on the 15,000 SF design-build project in April and completed the facility in time for their students’ first day of school in September.
Green building systems were used to construct the Catskill Recreation Center to help preserve the environment and reduce energy consumption to keep the community healthy and sustainable.
At VIP’s Annual Company Party, we take the time to recognize the employees who make a difference in the success of our company.
In 1998, our team was part of The Lodge at Welch Allyn project that continues to showcase the beauty and craftsmanship of this time honored method of construction.
One of the many ways we bring the VIP team together is with our annual summer lunches. This is a great way for us to integrate fun into the workplace and create closer connections with one another.
The Fogo Island Inn is a true testament of how a community worked together to design and construct a restorative space for guests that pays homage to the natural landscape and traditional building methods, all while providing a sustainable community asset.
From BIM, laser scanning, and drone technology to VR stations, Zoomrooms and Meeting Owl, see how VIP is using technology to enhance the client experience.
As the Design-CM team for the Salt City Market, we are taking a three-pronged approach to ensure this project is inclusive and a true neighborhood build from beginning to end.
We cannot thank our concrete and steel crews enough for their dedication in helping us deliver for our clients all year long. Plus watch our live-action True North Center for Children construction site.
VIP value engineered a new design that significantly reduced the cost of the project and was truer to HumaneCNY’s needs. The renovated West Taft Road facility is already near completion, and scheduled to open this summer.
This is Pathfinder Bank and VIP’s second downtown Syracuse project together; the first was in 2014 when they moved into the Pike Block.
Cryomech is working with VIP to relocate their business to a larger space in DeWitt, not far from their current facility. VIP will design and construct the building on a new 14-acre site and then lease it to Cryomech.