Projects

Following is a small sample of some of the work we have accomplished in recent history.

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Thacher Park Visitor Center

Thacher State Park’s new $4 million, 8,240 square-foot visitors center atop the Helderberg Escarpment in Albany County is now open to the public. The new center is next to the trailhead and picnic area for the Indian Ladder Trail. Thacher Park offers views of the Hudson Valley, Green …

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St. Vincent de Paul

Albany, NY

Over the last 30+ years, Wainschaf Associates has developed a unique relationship with the Archdiocese of New York. Having completed a number of restoration and renovation projects, our name has become synonymous with quality and Ecclesiastical Construction expertise. Having multiple staff members …

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College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering

Albany, NY

Over the last several years Wainschaf has been a key player in the development and construction of the College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering. Acting as Construction Manager & Design/Builder, Wainschaf has completed projects for not only the College, but various clients within the …

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BASF – LEED Platinum Near Zero …

Rensselaer, NY

Wainschaf Associates was selected by BASF to provide Construction Services for their new LEED Platinum Educational Facility in Rensselaer, NY. This building will be Near-Zero Energy and will utilize the most state-of-the-art equipment throughout.

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Mohawk Honda – New Car Dealership

Glenville, NY

Wainschaf was chosen amongst multiple local and regional contractors to complete the demolition and reconstruction of Mohawk Honda’s new 38,000 square foot facility in Scotia, NY.

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Albany Medical Center – MRI

Albany, NY

Wainschaf Associates was awarded the contract to install a new State-of-the-Art GE MRI machine at Albany Med’s Main Campus. This project took place during off hours so as not to interrupt the daily operations of one of AMC’s most critical tools. In less than 48 hours, the old machine had been …