Gallery of Notable Works
Biobehavioral Health BuildingNew 4 story, 93,500 square feet building for College of Health and Human Development.
Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
CM Firm: Massaro
Total Project Cost: $48,100,000
Information Sciences and Technology200,000 Gross Square Feet
Architect: (Joint Venture):
Rafael Vinoly / Perfido Weikopf
CM Firm: Turner Construction
Total Project Cost: $58,500,000
Lewis Katz Building113,000 Gross Square Feet facility with parking for 350 cars, three 75-seat tiered classrooms, 250-seat auditorium, 50-seat courtroom, library, and outdoor gathering spaces.
Medlar Field at Lubrano ParkAccommodations for 6,000 spectators Clubhouse Spaces - 18230 SF. (Includes PSU, Minor League, and Visitors) PSU Baseball Offices - 800 SF. Minor League Baseball Offices - 3,225 SF. 20 Suites (18 Small and 2 Large) - 4,840 SF. Press Box - 2,500 SF
Millenium Science ComplexThe building has a Steel Frame. It is constructed upon Micropiles. The building is clad in Precast, Curtinwall and Metal Panels. There will be single ply and green roofs. The project consists of a new 275,600 SF Science Center.
Moore Building Addition
The project consists of constructing a 60,000 SF addition to the existing Moore Building which will house the Psychology Department.
Architect: Kling Stubbins
CM Firm: P.J. Dick
Nittany Lion Softball ParkConstruction of a new 1,047 seat woman's softball stadium.
Architect: L. R. Kimball
Contractor: Poole Anderson
School of Forrest Research92,000 square foot building. 3 floors housing teaching spaces, seminar rooms, teaching and computer laboratories, student activities / meeting spaces, administrative offices, an aquarium, a building mechanical space and a building service area.
(23 Units) $ 1,470,000.00
PSU Capital Renewal D-3
(10 Units) $ 1,120,000.00
PSU Housing Upgrades
(5 Units) $ 746,600.00
PSU North Halls
(5 Units) $ 1,084,900.00
ADM Cocoa Plant
(2 Units) $ 328,700.00
PSU Millenium Project
(7 units) $ 2,000,000.00
(8 Units) $ 1,850,000.00
Port Elevator carries bonding limits of over 3 million dollars per project. Our safety programs and administrative procedures are based around the large sized contractors we work with like Gilbane, Turner, Whiting-Turner, Barton Malow, Welliver McGuire, Alexander, Poole Anderson and more.
Our main office in Williamsport, PA offers in-house CAD drawing, test facility for solid state controls and elevator components, welding shop, machine shop, equipment storage warehousing, full parts inventory and warehousing of obsolete elevator parts.
We have a second location in Williamstown, Dauphin County, PA to warehouse and service southeast Pennsylvania.