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Mistick Construction Announces Opening of Cleveland, Ohio Office

PITTSBURGH (2015) — Mistick is pleased to announce the opening of the new Cleveland, Ohio office of Mistick Construction Company, located at 4415 Euclid Avenue. Bud Wilson, a Principle with Mistick and Project Executive, oversees Cleveland operations with the assistance of three project managers, a general superintendent and five superintendents.

Currently, Mistick has five active construction projects in Cleveland Metropolitan area:

  • Heritage View Homes, Phase IV
  • Cedar Extension Redevelopment Phase I
  • Cedar Extension Redevelopment Phase II
  • Emerald VIII
  • Westerly I

Since completing the signature Saint Luke's Manor project, Mistick has been encouraged to continue Cleveland operations. Cleveland's significant residential market recognizes the value Mistick brings to the preconstruction and construction delivery process.

Mistick Construction Company
4415 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH  44103

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Mistick Construction Awarded Site Development for Addison Terrace

PITTSBURGH (Apr. 22, 2014) — Mistick Construction Company has been awarded the site development for Addison Terrace. In addition to the site work, Mistick has been awarded a contract for a large scope of work related to the vertical construction, and with its partner, Alliance Construction Group, is responsible for the $54.4 M project. The site development includes infrastructure and bulk excavation of the 47 acre site. This is the first of two phases, and includes 186 housing units in a mix of one, two, three and four bedroom units. A groundbreaking ceremony was held April 22, 2013 with all stakeholders that included the Housing Authority, City of Pittsburgh, KBK Enterprises and members of the community.

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Mistick Construction to Break Ground on New Facility for East End Cooperative Ministry

PITTSBURGH (Nov. 16, 2011) — A groundbreaking ceremony will be held for the new East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM) Community House on Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 at 11 a.m. Mistick Construction Co. is the general contractor; Perkins Eastman is the architect for the project. The 64,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to be completed in late fall 2012 and is designed for a LEED Platinum Certification.

WHEN:  Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 at 11 a.m.

WHERE: Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 250 N. Highland Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

RSVP: (412) 361-5549 or eecm@eecm.org
Visit www.eecm.org for more information.

(press release)

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Grandview Receives LEED Silver Certification

PITTSBURGH (Nov. 15, 2011) — The Grandview at Longwood recently received LEED silver certification from the United States Green Building Council. The 89-unit apartment building is part of Longwood at Oakmont, a continuing care retirement community in Verona. Mistick Construction built the $40 million dollar project in 2010. The Architect was Reese, Lower, Patrick & Scott, Ltd. (RLPS Architects).

(press release)

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Mistick Construction Awarded Community House Project

PITTSBURGH (Nov. 14, 2011) — East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM) selected Mistick Construction Co. as general contractor to build its new 64,000-square-foot Community House on Penn Circle in East Liberty. Perkins Eastman is the architect for the facility, scheduled to be completed in late fall of 2012.

EECM is an interfaith ministry dedicated to helping at-risk children and youth, the hungry, the homeless, and others in need throughout Pittsburgh's East End. The new building will bolster the organization's offerings by consolidating program sites, providing 24-hour support services for homeless residents, and offering employment opportunities and educational programming. In addition, the structure will serve as a new venue for community events and house a computer center. EECM says it will be able to serve 15 percent more children and provide double the current tutoring classes with the addition of its Community House.

"We are extremely pleased to be selected for this project," said Jeff Anderson, vice president of construction for Mistick. "It fits very well with our building experience, and it is a wonderful addition to the Pittsburgh community."

Mistick will pursue a LEED Platinum certification for the building, the highest LEED rating certified through the United States Green Building Council.

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m.

(press release)

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Notice to Proceed, Phase II of Fairfield Apartments (previously Liberty Park Apartments)

Mistick Construction received a Notice to Proceed from McCormack Baron Salazar for the construction of 71 units of rental housing that comprise Phase II of the Fairfield Apartment property in East Liberty, PA.

Phase II is a continuation of the development on the project originally known as Liberty Park Apartments, now renamed Fairfield Apartments. In January 2011, Mistick was chosen as the general contractor after a competitive selection process that included  qualifications assessments and comprehensive cost estimates. Since then, Mistick has worked closely with the owner’s construction team to finalize the construction documents which effectively align the project’s requirements to the budget.

A GMP contract was executed as a part of the closing documents which facilitated the financial closing by McCormack Baron Salazar. The Notice to Proceed was given on July 1, 2011 with duration of 13 months.

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Mistick selected for Family Resources building rennovation preconstruction services

Mistick Construction is pleased to announce that we have been selected to provide preconstruction services for renovations of the Family Resources property in East Liberty, PA. Mistick was chosen after a competitive selection process that included a formal response to a Request for Qualifications, Fee Proposal for a General Contractor, and various interviews with staff and board members of Family Resources.

On completion, the building will house all of Family Resources’ staff members and serve as the central location for all of their community outreach programs, which include child abuse prevention, community services for families, treatment services, advocacy, and parent education and training.

The existing Family Resources structure is comprised of several attached buildings with varying levels and construction types. Mistick looks forward to meeting the unique challenges that preconstruction on this project will present. Mistick will examine the different building structures and assess their conditions. Working closely with Perkins Eastman architect firm, Mistick will help identify constructability issues and provide solutions to complete renovations. Work will likely be completed in two phases at an estimated value of over $5 million.

Bud Wilson is the Project Manager for Mistick, and Lou Cuccaro is the designated superintendent.

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Mistick begins Phase II of the Dinwiddie Street housing project

Mistick has begun construction for Phase II of the Dinwiddie Street housing project in Pittsburgh, PA. Phase I was completed in March of 2011 and TREK Development released Mistick to continue with Phase II in May of 2011. Similar to Phase I, Phase II will be urban infill housing comprised of 23 units. The buildings will blend in with the surrounding streetscape and be a mix of one, two and three bedroom units, with eight different building types. Mistick anticipates completion in February of 2012. 

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Mistick serves as Contractor for $3.7 million renovation of historic Widow's Home

full story from Pop City, August 23, 2006

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Mistick serves as General Contractor for recipient of Jefferson Award for Public Service

full story from Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 10, 2004

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