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LeChase Capital Region office strengthens community ties with impactful projects

Several trailblazing projects getting underway in the local community

LeChase Construction Services, LLC is excited to announce several groundbreakings as we celebrate 20 years of growth in the Capital Region. These projects mark a continued investment and dedication to the community since opening the Capital Region office in 2003. With the acquisition of Sano-Rubin last April, the team now has more than 130 years of combined building experience in the region.

Front of FASNY building

FASNY Downtown Office Renovation

“LeChase is committed to having a positive impact on the community here in the Capital Region. Last year, we took our local presence to the next level with the Sano-Rubin acquisition and we are extremely proud of what we have been able to accomplish. Our team is fortunate to align with such amazing local partners and we look forward to many more years of the serving the Capital Region community,” said LeChase Vice President Dave Hollander.

LeChase is announcing several upcoming major construction projects beginning in 2023.

The team is preparing to break ground on the new Stanford Heights Fire Station. The project expands LeChase’s fire station and emergency services portfolio, following work recently completed for Caroga Lake Volunteer Fire Company Inc., Halfmoon-Waterford Fire District and their continued work with long-time client, Firefighters Association of the State of New York (FASNY).

Siena College Basketball Court

Siena College Community Basketball Court Renovation

LeChase’s higher education portfolio will expand with the renovations of Siena College’s Cushing Townhouses, along with their work on the Siena College Noble Science Building construction team. The townhouse renovation project is currently underway and the science building is scheduled to start this summer. In addition, the State University Construction Fund (SUCF) will contract with LeChase this summer for the renovations of SUNY Cobleskill’s maintenance warehouse and replacement of pole barn.

LeChase is also partnering with community-based organizations, like The Charlton School and Hospitality House, to transform and improve the experience for students and residents. Preconstruction of four new cottages as well as a new maintenance building at The Charlton School has begun, with full construction to start next spring. Hospitality House has partnered with LeChase for the renovation and addition to their facility on Central Avenue in Albany, which is expected to break ground this summer.