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W.S. Cumby recently began the renovation of The Shipley School’s existing dining room in the Main building, which will house the new Learning and Research Center (multimedia library and research facility), a new space designed for interdisciplinary learning and differentiated instruction, complete with electronic research, multi-media, and writing centers. The 10,500 SF facility will house the school library, reading room and study porch,...
The renovation of Trinity Church in Princeton, New Jersey continues to make progress and meet construction milestones. Among the updates to the Church is a new HVAC system linked to a geothermal well field. Ground source heating and cooling systems, often referred to as “Geothermal Systems," operate by using the earth's relatively constant temperature to provide heating, cooling, and hot water. High performance and green building strategies,...
W.S. Cumby is pleased to announce the addition of John G. Murray to the W.S. Cumby team as Senior Estimator. John, who holds a Masters degree from St. Joseph's University, has more than 40 years of experience in the construction industry. John has estimated an array of multi-million dollar capital projects for many of the area's top builders and contractors. A Certified Professional Estimator, John is also a member of the American Society of...
W.S. Cumby recently completed the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of PA Route 320, Rutgers Avenue and Chester Road in Swarthmore Borough, Pennsylvania. Swarthmore College and the Borough collaborated to improve traffic flow and safety into the College and around the Borough with the implementation of the new roundabout. The roundabout will eliminate confusion for drivers that have trouble interpreting oncoming and cross-traffic...
W.S. Cumby is pleased to announce the promotion of Erik Fay, PE, to the position of Vice President. As Vice President, Erik will be responsible for the development of new business opportunities, strategic planning and will serve as an officer on the W.S. Cumby leadership team. The W.S. Cumby leadership team works to insure that W.S. Cumby fulfills its mission to be the highest caliber general construction and construction management firm in the...
Choosing W.S. Cumby for your career choice is an investment in your future. Let us help guide you to an exciting and rewarding career. W.S. Cumby currently has openings for a Senior Estimator and a Superintendent. Interested individuals should check the Careers page on our website for requirements and where to apply. No phone calls please.
Matt Wittemann, Business Development Manager for W.S. Cumby, was recently appointed to the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Philadelphia Chapter Advisory Board. In addition, Mr. Wittemann was also named Co-Chair of the ULI Philadelphia Young Leaders Committee and is a member of the Planning, Design and Construction Committee. “I have enjoyed working with ULI Philadelphia and am honored to be part of the Advisory Board and Co-Chair of the Young Leaders...
W.S. Cumby has begun the renovation of a Shopping Center on Baltimore Pike in Springfield, Delaware County, PA. W.S. Cumby Project Manager, Brett Heisey, LEED AP BD+C, and Superintendent, Rich Menchaca, are working alongside Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects to breathe new life into the outdated Shopping Center. The scope of work includes the demolition and replacement of signage, roofing, stucco and concrete, as well as new landscaping and...
William Cumby, Jr., was among the panelists discussing the important topic of customer satisfaction in the construction industry at the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter event “How to Drive Profits through Repeat Business.” Fellow panelists Seth Myers (Allan A. Myers), Kurt Johnson (Klover Contracting) and moderator Sean Henderson (Steven Kempf Building Materials) discussed different ways to measure and...
W.S. Cumby recently completed the new Watershed Center for the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association which received LEED Platinum Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. This state-of-the-art nature center is anticipated to generate more than 85 percent of renewable energy from on-site resources. Sustainable features include geothermal heating and cooling, green roofs, photovoltaic panels, a solar hot water heating system, day...

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