On Friday, May 12, LeChase Superintendent Neil Lawther rappelled 240 feet down the side of Kodak Office tower in Rochester as part of the annual 21 Stories for Scouts fundraiser for the Boy Scouts’ Seneca Waterways Council.
Last week, LeChase had the opportunity to connect with Rochester and Corning-area high school students interested in construction and the trades at two local career fairs.
The Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center inpatient bed expansion project is featured in the Spring/Summer 2023 edition of Building Western New York.
On May 18, members of LeChase’s Veterans Task Force attended the Veterans Connect Career Fair at Fort Drum.
LeChase Construction Services, LLC, has begun construction on a two-site project that will enable the Rockefeller Archive Center to process and store thousands of boxes of archival records in clean, air-tight, climate-controlled space.
At the AIA New York State Excelsior Awards on May 4, the Mackey Facilities Complex Reconstruction project was honored in the renovation/addition category.
On Thursday, May 4, the team on the Sands-Constellation Center for Critical Care project accepted the 2022 Jeffrey J. Zogg Build New York Award.
Erin Mangan, a site safety manager in the LeChase Southeast Region, has received Construction Health and Safety Technician® (CHST®) certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals® (BCSP®).
LeChase Construction Services, LLC is pleased to welcome Ryan O’Malley as a project manager in Rochester.
Earlier this month, the LeChase Southeast team gathered at the Falcon Engineering office for the May Field School session. This session focused on concrete.