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The Smilow Cancer Hospital
Quinnipiac University York Hill Campus
Health Services Building & Garage/Security Station
Yale’s Ingalls Rink Renovation and Addition
Yale’s Greenburg Conference Center
Yale Social Science Academic Building
Klean Energy
Yale History of Art Academic Building
Hillhouse Avenue Bridges
Yale’s Cullman-Heyman Tennis Courts
Yale’s Forestry & Environmental Studies Building
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Meriden, Connecticut 06450
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Suzio York Hill Projects

The Smilow Cancer Hospital

The Smilow Cancer Hospital

The L. Suzio Companies have paired themselves with Manafort Brothers Inc. of Plainville Connecticut in developing The Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven, slated for completion in 2009. The Park Street and South Frontage Road location stands 14 stories high, each of which has used Suzio Ready-Mixed products in their formation. The hospital spans 497,000 square feet and is to be considered the most comprehensive cancer care facility between Boston and New York City.

Quinnipiac University York Hill Campus

Quinnipiac University York Hill Campus

The L. Suzio Companies have worked closely with O&G Industries of Torrington in developing Quinnipiac University's upcoming York Hill Campus. New suite-style residence buildings, a student center and a five-story parking garage will all be part of the campus expansion.

The project will have spanned two years after its completion in the fall of 2009, as it is broken down into eight phases of development. Phase three contained the site work for construction of the Crescent Dorm, while phase four featured construction of its foundation. Moving onto phase five begins work on the student center, while the sixth phase means adding another parking area to the expansion.

Moving into the building stage of the project includes phase seven featuring the Crescent Dorm and then phase eight which rounds out the project and includes the Student Center.

Concrete was supplied to each of the phases included in the new expansion. All of the current work being done is in addition to the TD Banknorth Sportcenter (Phase 1&2) which was completed in the beginning of 2007, and also utilized The L. Companies products in its construction.

Health Services Building & Garage/Security Station

The L. Suzio Companies have participated in various Yale affiliated projects in the past. This time they will combine with RJB of Torrington CT and Manafort Brothers Inc. of Plainville to construct the University Health Services Center Building & Garage/Security Station.

Grossing a total of 137,830 square foot, the Garage/Security Station will be located on the corner of Canal and Locke Streets. Meanwhile the parking garage will hold over 323 spaces to be used by the Yale community.

Completion of the project is expected as of December 2009, two years removed from the time ground was broke on the job in December of 2007.

Yale’s Ingalls Rink Renovation and Addition

Yale’s Ingalls Rink Renovation and Addition

The L. Suzio companies were called upon by S&F Concrete of Massachusetts and Epifano Builders of Stratford Connecticut to provide their materials for Yale’s Ingalls Rink Renovation and Addition. Construction of the new rink was completed in the fall of 2009 and for the beginning of the new varsity season. In April 2009 work will resume on the addition phase of development which will focus on the interior and finalizing the complete project as of September 2009.

Suzio materials will be used to improve conditions of the existing rink and for a below-grade 14,000 square foot addition to provide new locker room and training facilities. The project planning has been geared to use Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) process and energy process to strive for SILVER rating.

Yale’s Greenburg Conference Center

In cooperation with Manafort Brothers Inc of Plainville Connecticut, The L. Suzio Companies have played a major role in developing Yale’s Greenburg Conference Center. As a response to the need for more conference space that could accommodate foreign affairs, the structure has been placed adjacent to the already existing Betts House which its design will mirror.

Parts of the project which began in April of 2008 that will feature Suzio products include a 60-80 person amphitheater, a 100 person dining room and a 90 person lobby. It will also feature a caterer’s kitchen, offices, storage, and miscellaneous support spaces.

The conference center construction also means a relocation of existing underground facilities, along with a new courtyard between it and the Betts House. Upon its completion in May of 2009 the project will cover over 13,000 square feet of land.

Yale Social Science Academic Building

The L. Suzio Companies has been lending their products to a project being done with J.L. Marshall & Sons of Rhode Island. Work on what will become a Social Science Academic building, began in October of 2007 and will be completed in June of 2009. Planning also includes additional lobby entry, narrowed courtyard passage, and enhancement of the areas landscaping.

Klean Energy

Klean Energy

The L. Suzio Concrete Company has been part of a large scale project underway in Middletown CT, which in the end will produce a 620 MW Combined Cycle Electric Generating Facility. O&G Industries of Torrington CT broke ground on the job in the spring of 08’ and called upon Suzio’s Ready Mixed products for all of its structural concrete engineering.

Yale History of Art Academic Building

Once again The L. Suzio Companies teamed up with Rhode Island based J.L. Marshall in developing another Yale affiliated building which spans over 84,000 square feet in area to be used by the History of Art department. The project which was completed in August of 2008 also included a renovation of Rudolph Hall. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design rating certification is once again what the structure and rehab job is looking to achieve.

Hillhouse Avenue Bridges

The L. Suzio Companies and CJ Fucci of New Haven have teamed up to improve the appearance of Hillhouse Avenue Bridges. The city funded project which began in January of 2008 includes building separate roadway and pedestrian bridges in place of the deteriorated bridge over the canal near the Yale Health Center.

Upon Completion in the winter of 2008, planning is projected to align Hillhouse Ave. for two blocks, while providing better lighting on the canal path. The Suzio materials used include a light weight form of Ready-Mix concrete which will be part of the bridges unique structural design.

Yale’s Cullman-Heyman Tennis Courts

The L. Suzio Companies have teamed up with Louriero of Plainville Connecticut in developing Yale’s Cullman-Heyman Tennis Courts. Completed in the fall of 2008, they have been added to the four original courts which were built back in 1972, and enclosed within a metal building layered in brick trim on the exterior.

An increased demand from varsity tennis and the tennis-playing Yale community is what encouraged the addition. It was accompanied by a renovation to existing support facilities and an upgrade to the entry area. The project also included improvement and modification of the existing roadway, parking and landscaping.

Yale’s Forestry & Environmental Studies Building

Yale’s Forestry & Environmental Studies Building

The L. Suzio Companies have teamed up with J.L. Marshall of Rhode Island in developing Yale’s Forestry & Environmental Studies Building. The project is meant to consolidate Science Hill by uniting eight buildings and to refocus the school near the universities fellow science facilities.

The 65,000 gross square foot structure will maximize energy efficiency along with natural lighting and ventilation. It will also reduce the use of mechanical systems while recycling and conserving water and other resources.


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