December 4, 2018
Professional Women in Construction celebrates the 2018 “20 under 40” outstanding women in construction on December 4th at their annual holiday party, to be held at Bryant Park Grill. These women under the age of 40 were nominated by their colleagues and carefully selected by PWC’s board of directors for their accomplishments and influence in the field:
November 28, 2018
Navillus is proud that it’s Project Manager, Kate Clancy was selected as one of this year’s 20 Under 40 Outstanding Women in Construction by Professional Women in Construction. Kate has been with Navillus for over 5 years and in that time, she has become a true asset to the company and we are thrilled she is being recognized by such a prominent industry organization.
Navillus encourages and supports the growth and development of its employees and this is a big win for the entire team at Navillus. We can only build buildings as strong as our team and we wouldn’t be who we are today without the talent and dedication of our employees….
November 6, 2018
On Novemebr 6th, Navillus will be awarded the 2018 BTEA Safety Innovation Award for its safety program at One Vanderbilt.
The Globe Street
October 15, 2018
Ed Piccinich, SL Green’s COO tells GlobeSt.com, “Navillus has continued to work uninterrupted since the judgement and Chapter 11 announcements, never skipping a beat.” He says O’Sullivan and the Navillus team have followed through on all commitments since starting the project and continue to push to keep One Vanderbilt ahead of schedule.
Real Estate Weekly
August 23, 2018
Donal O’Sullivan, president of Navillus, one of the largest commercial concrete layers in the city, said an increase in cross-laminated timber — wooden beams that are glued together for greater strength and fire resistance — doesn’t mean the end of other building materials.
“Fire resistance and strength are key attributes of concrete and leading reasons for its success,” O’Sullivan said.
“While mass timber has surprisingly good fire properties … the longstanding resistance to wood remains a significant obstacle to its more widespread use in the city, especially for larger buildings.”
Real Estate Weekly
August 22, 2018
“Our work has continued uninterrupted throughout the process, and with the court expressing its willingness to vacate its judgment after the appeals court remands the cases, Navillus will be able to continue to contribute to the economic vitality of New York City for years to come.”
ENR New York
The $3.1-billion One Vanderbilt commercial office tower that will rise to an expected 1,401 ft across the street from Grand Central Terminal will be unmistakable on the map of midtown Manhattan—and likely far beyond.
May 24, 2017
The Irish Examiner
Scores of Kerrymen working on rebuilding the Twin Towers site in New York feature in a radio programme
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