P. Agnes has been working with AtlantiCare for a number of years on a variety of projects. From COVID-19 preparations to drone surveying, check out our recent work.
In honor of Engineers Week, we’re spotlighting a few of our employees who received their engineering degree and are using those skills in a number of different roles at P. Agnes.
Construction for the new, state-of-the-art Health & Wellness Center for Law Enforcement Health Benefits (LEHB) was recently completed by P. Agnes.
Matt DeBasio, Project Estimator at P. Agnes, recently shared his insight on BIM in the construction industry for Midwest Build Week’s virtual event.
P. Agnes recently completed our first two projects for Nemours A.I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, DE.
P. Agnes recently completed renovations to the lobby of Temple University’s Anderson Hall.
The General Building Contractors Association (GBCA) has selected P. Agnes as the winner of the Excellence in Technological Advancement Award.
Construction in an Operational Cancer Center: P. Agnes Successfully Completes Infusion Suite Expansion Project for Jefferson Health
P. Agnes has worked on numerous projects where the client requires their facility to maintain regular operations throughout the construction phase. With proper planning and careful execution, the improved or expanded spaces can be successfully completed with minimal disruption.
The renovations ensure the hospital’s in-house pharmacy is a safe environment and in full compliance with USP requirements, which help practitioners adhere to tested procedures for safe medication compounding in a controlled, germ-free space.
P. Agnes was recently selected for the window replacement and ventilation project for the Palestra.
Construction Safety Week 2020: Mitigating COVID-19 risks on construction sites through technology utilization
In honor of Construction Safety Week, P. Agnes discusses how we’ve utilized technology to address and mitigate the risks of COVID-19 on our construction sites.
The historic McCosh 50 auditorium, located in McCosh Hall at Princeton University, needed an upgrade due to the age of the building. The second phase of renovations were completed in September 2020.
P. Agnes completed construction for the new, state-of-the-art surgery center this summer.
Over the summer, P. Agnes carried out a series of renovation and infrastructure projects to prepare for the patient tower and ensure critical operations at the hospital remain undisrupted.
P. Agnes recently resumed construction at Princeton University, marking the start of phase two of the McCosh 50 renovation project.