When your company is growing and needs more space, VIP Structures can design, build, and develop your new facility.
VIP Structures, a member of the Syracuse community for over 45 years, recently expanded with 14 new hires. These additions allow VIP to continue delivering responsiveness, innovation, and quality service, which has been the VIP hallmark for over four decades.
Our team worked with MMRI to modernize and expand its three-story, 60-year-old masonry building to support its growth and vision.
Members of our VIP Team had the opportunity to participate in the United Way’s Day of Caring by volunteering at the Food Bank of Central New York.
Meg Tidd’s dream was performing as a big-name soprano at the Met in New York. She was auditioning for a master’s degree in music but had growing doubts about traveling nearly every day, going from opera house to opera house. A connection persuaded her to also apply for an MBA program. It changed Tidd’s path from opera to business, bringing her back to Syracuse and to VIP Structures
VIP, one of Syracuse’s most prominent Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Development companies, is proud to announce several exciting additions to the architecture, construction, and administrative teams.
Paulus Development Partners with VIP Architectural Associates on adaptive re-use of historic landmark
VIP Architectural Associates (VIPAA) was engaged by Paulus Development to help transform the old Smith Restaurant Supply Building located at 500 Erie Boulevard East. With the lead of historic preservation expert, Bob Garner, the team developed the historic landmark into 38 upscale apartments while maintaining the integrity of the 150 year old building.
Syracuse.com: Bank invests $2M in run-down Syracuse mansion to create neighborhood branch like no other
CNY Business Journal: “VIP Begins Renovation Project to Turn Former Post-Standard Building into New HQ”
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — VIP Development Associates, the development arm of VIP Structures, on Friday started renovation work at the former Post-Standard building at 101 N. Salina St. in Syracuse, which will become VIP’s new headquarters.
How is VIP working towards a more sustainable future? Helping our clients to achieve LEED Certification and investing our resources into adaptive re-use projects around our city are steps that can make a collective impact within our industry.
IPD Engineering Project Featured in the New York Post Since 1883, The Inns of Aurora have provided an unparalleled experience for those who find themselves exploring all the Finger Lakes wine region has to offer. Most recently, in the summer of 2021, IPD Engineering worked with the owners of the resort and Hart Howerton Architects […]