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Vincentian Marian Hall

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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.

This project was a reconfiguration of the Vincentian Home to become a state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility. Complete renovations of the second and third floors and portions of the first floor and basement floor entry were part of the scope. An elevator and a new entrance were also included. This renovation increased the number of private rooms with private bathrooms.

Little Sisters of the Poor

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The fact that Sota scheduled their lunch breaks around the daily Chapel service captures the spirit of cooperation which helped make this a successful project.

— Richard Miller, AIA, LEED AP
Perfido Weiskopf Wagstaff + Goettel

Contract Amount: $6.5m
Size: 64,000 s.f.
Type: Occupied Substantial Renovation

Holy Family Manor

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[Sota] stood out among the rest for their demonstrated commitment to sustainability and overall company vision of a consistent, integrated, project team process.

— Walt Folwer
Chatham University

This project was a phased renovation of an occupied 75,000 s.f. nursing care facility. The scope of work included major upgrades to mechanical, electrical and life safety systems and alterations to the floor plan for ADA and programmatic compliance. Close coordination was required for maintenance of life safety systems and egress pathways during construction and hazardous materials abatement. Special care was given to indoor air quality issues during construction to prevent infiltration of dust to the occupied areas.

Children's Community Care

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Perhaps the best reference I can give is that we would hire Sota Construction Services, Inc. again if a need would arise in the future.

— Sister Mary Alexander Klawinski
Felician Sisters of North America

Sota Construction was chosen to complete a number of pediatric offices for Children's Community Care, a division of Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. These offices were completed on a fast-track basis and featured a high level of finish aimed at providing an attractive environment commensurate with the excellent level of medical care given by Children's Community Care.