This project transformed a section of an existing warehouse to an elaborate 2 story Marvin Door and Window Showroom. The showroom illustrates the latest windows in a practical display. Along with a wooden stairway this showroom displays the complete line of products that J.B. Sash offers.
R.C. Griffin, Inc. was the construction manager for this detail orientated project. The project included the demolition of an existing Knights of Columbus building, and the construction of a new 6,000 sf. building for retail stores. The building was hailed by Danvers officials as a model project for the downtown area.
R.C. Griffin, Inc. updated an aging YMCA Day Camp overlooking Stiles Pond, in a project which included; extensive sitework, stone retaining walls, stormwater drainage, underground utilities, a new parking lot area, renovation of an existing Arts and Crafts building, and the addition of a new 1800s.f. Activities Building.
This project was completed in 2 phases. Phase 1 was the construction of a 10,800 sf gymnasium and youth activity center. Phase 2 was the construction of a new men’s and women’s locker room with a fitness center. This phase also included the installation of a handicapped accessible elevator.
This project involved the demolition of the boys and girls locker rooms to make way for a new 5,000 sf. women’s fitness center and locker room . The project also included a new “Kid’s Center” with their own activity center, locker rooms, and building entrance.
“I would be proud to recommend R.C.Griffin, Inc. to any of my friends and business associates.”
Leonard J. Mercier
“Please also thank your excellent crew who worked on our site. They were great.”
“The dedication and responsiveness from your team is to be commended. Your work is of superior quality and the crew assigned to this project were terrific to work with…”
“I…have overseen many construction projects ranging from $25,000 to $1,300,000 and this project went smoother than any I’ve worked with.”
Greater Lynn YMCA
“I wish to express my appreciation for the work done by Hal Genthner in our Main Lobby Project.”
“I want to formally thank you and your staff for an excellent job.”