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Construction Watch: Catholic Health HQ

Steel is rapidly rising on the edge of downtown Buffalo where Uniland Development Company is building Catholic Health a new administrative and training center. The $43 million project will house 700 employees in a six-story, 140,000 sq.ft. building.  A two-level 700-space parking garage will round out the site.

Last year, Catholic Health announced plans to consolidate its administrative operations into one facility. The site selected was a vacant parcel at Oak and Genesee streets at the base of the Kensington Expressway off-ramp. This parcel had been “shovel ready’ for decades. Now, the highly-visible location is finally seeing new life.

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The new facility will feature a wide range of environmentally-friendly features and high-efficiency systems in an effort to achieve LEED certification. In addition, there will no longer be a need for long-distance travel to and from sites across Western New York. 
The complex is set for completion by summer 2014.  Stieglitz Snyder is project architect.

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