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Pietro Fiorentini USA

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[Sota has] extensive knowledge of sustainable design and energy use in buildings as well as understanding innovative energy systems.

— Laura Nettleton
thoughtful balance, inc.

Contract Amount: $5.8m
Size: 36,000 s.f.
Type: New Construction

Dobil Laboratories

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All of the Sota staff were patient, understanding and exceptionally respectful to all the residents, families and staff through the course of the entire project.

— Tracy Leja
Masonic Village at Sewickley

Contract Amount: $1.5m
Size: 29,000 s.f.
Type: Renovation

7800 Susquehanna Street, Fifth Floor Renovations

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If the goal of your Total Quality Construction program is to satisfy the client, please let it be known that you have exceeded your goals and our expectations.

— Karl Schlachter
McCormack Baron Salazar

Contract Amount: $2.6m
Size: 24,650 s.f.
Type: Renovation

This phase of renovations included interior and exterior work of the fifth floor of an old Westinghouse factory in Homewood. The scope of work included replacing all exterior windows with clerestory; abatement of hazardous materials; restoring concrete on the interior and exterior; all new MEP systems, including two new bathrooms; and new partition walls throughout the space to accomodate future tenants.

American Bridge Headquarters

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In spite of being tasked with the use of an unorthodox structural system, the project was delivered on time and under budget.

— Robert Moeslein
Department of the Air Force

An addition to the existing American Bridge world headquarters, this structure of steel frame, brick, limestone, curtain wall with Solar Ban 60 glazing, and standing seam metal roof was completed without interruption to daily business functions in the office. The interior finishes are exposed steel frame roof truss, painted acoustical deck, and interior drywall partitions with plastic laminate work stations.

The Glass Lofts

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During construction [Sota was] creative in resolving ordinary and extraordinary problems.

— Alice Kulikowski
AMK Consulting, Inc.

Contract Amount: $4.1m
Size: 39,000 s.f.
Type: New Construction

Construction of a unique four-story steel frame and masonry building with commercial spaces and artist workspaces occupying the first floor and 18 residential, loft-style, for-sale condominiums occupying the upper floors.This project was part of a community revitalization program in the center of the Penn Avenue East Liberty District. A tight budget and complex design added to the challenges of this unusual artisitic space.

WYEP Community Broadcast Center

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[Sota's] involvement in the project was instrumental in it achieving such a successful outcome.

— Jeffrey Davis, AIA, LEED AP
FortyEighty Architecture

WYEP is a non-profit radio station that chose Sota Construction Services early in the design process. This was done to ensure that this fast track project would be built as green as possible and to meet the tight schedule and budget. The challenges of the site required deconstruction of existing buildings, 75' deep piles, and close coordination on this dense urban site. Sota worked with dggp Architects (now FortyEighty Architecture) and Steven Winter Associates to evolve a thermal envelope that was highly efficient yet met the budget.

Womanspace East

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You really exemplify the best in the business and we are grateful.

— Sister Mary Christopher Moore
Felician Sisters of North America

This women's shelter provides space for ten families, plus working space for the administration staff. The scope of work included removal of most of the original building while preserving the facade, construction of a new building behind the preserved facade, and a new construction addition to the left side of the building.

Because this building is considered to be among Pittsburgh's most historically significant, the selective demolition, foundation underpinning, and general construction were sequenced with care, in order to preserve the original facade.

Vincentian Collaborative System Administrative Building

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[We] were appreciative of the proactive role you played in bringing about an affordable project and assisting us in incorporating as many environmentally friendly features as possible.

— Alice Kulikowski
AMK Consulting, Inc.

This 15,000 s.f. office building is constructed on 1.5 acres in McCandless and serves as space for the corporate offices and administration staff. It emphasizes a work environment that connects to the outside (views, defined outdoor spaces, etc.) and the inclusion of nature/natural elements within the building.

The Ice House

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[Sota's] attention to detail, quality of craftsmanship, and responsiveness to clients' needs are indicative of your commitment to providing the highest level of service to your clients.

— Jeffrey Davis, AIA, LEED AP
FortyEighty Architecture

In completing this project, Sota Construction Services renovated a 45,000 s.f. former ice manufacturing facility into a dynamic series of artist studios. Substantial selective demolition was required, along with structural steel work. Monumental-sized period-style aluminum windows of appropriate proportion were also installed. All work was completed within strict adherence to standards set by the United States Secretary of the Interior regarding the renovation of buildings of historical significance.

PJ Foods

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[Sota's] involvement in the project was instrumental in it achieving such a successful outcome.

— Jeffrey Davis, AIA, LEED AP
FortyEighty Architecture

This 85,000-square-foot food processing facility was finished on an unusually fast-track basis. Having contracted many other similar facilities around the country, Papa John's Pizza was extremely pleased with the quality of the work and speed of delivery that Sota Construction Services was able to provide.

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