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Contract Awarded for New ODU Chemistry Building

March 3th, 2019

Contract Awarded for New ODU Chemistry Building Burgess Snyder is excited to announce that it was awarded the contract for Old Dominion University’s new Chemistry Building in Norfolk, Virginia.  Our scope includes curtain wall, storefront, glazing, entrances and sunshades as well as some specialty materials.  W.M. Jordan Company is leading the project set to open in fall […]READ MORE

Contract Awarded for ODU Owens House

March 3th, 2019

Contract Awarded for ODU Owens House Burgess Snyder is excited to announce that it was awarded the contract for Old Dominion University’s new 500-bed residence hall, Owens House, in Norfolk, Virginia.  Our scope includes storefront, windows, glazing, entrances, automatic entrances, NanaWall and sunshades.  W.M. Jordan Company is leading the project.READ MORE

Contract Awarded for Virginia Beach Sports Center

January 1th, 2019

Contract Awarded for Virginia Beach Sports Center Burgess Snyder is excited to announce that it was awarded the contract for the Virginia Beach Sports Center project in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  The center will include 12 basketball courts (convertible to 24 volleyball courts), a 200-meter banked track, and seating for 5,000, among other amenities.  Our scope includes YKK curtain wall/storefront, […]READ MORE

Contract Awarded for Checkered Flag Jaguar/Land Rover

January 1th, 2019

Contract Awarded for Checkered Flag Jaguar/Land Rover Burgess Snyder is excited to announce that it was awarded the contract for the Checkered Flag Jaguar – Land Rover project in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  The scope includes Oldcastle BE glass systems, curtain wall, and storefront.  Compo Construction is leading the project.READ MORE

Contract Awarded for Barry Robinson Center

January 1th, 2019

Contract Awarded for Barry Robinson Center Burgess Snyder is excited to announce that it was awarded the contract for the Barry Robinson Center renovation in Norfolk, Virginia.  The scope includes removing the building’s existing windows and installing new Winco windows.READ MORE

Fairfield Library Construction Progress

January 1th, 2019

Fairfield Library Construction Progress Burgess Snyder’s scope of work is in production on the Fairfield Area Library project in Henrico County, Virginia. The project includes Kawneer curtain wall and storefront, perforated screens, skylights, Nanawall, automatic entrances, and sloped glazing. Gulf Seaboard General Contractors is leading the project.READ MORE

Harvest Life Changers Church Construction Progress

January 1th, 2019

Harvest Life Changers Church Construction Progress Burgess Snyder’s scope of work is in production on the Harvest Life Changers Church project in Woodbridge, Virginia. The project includes YKK curtain wall and storefront. Daniels & Daniels Construction, Inc., is leading the project.READ MORE

Sentara Cancer Center Construction Progress

January 1th, 2019

Sentara Cancer Center Construction Progress Burgess Snyder’s scope of work is in production on the Sentara Cancer Center project in Norfolk, Virginia. The project includes curtain wall and storefront, skylights, glass canopy, fire-rated windows, and sliding entrances. Whiting Turner Company is leading the project.READ MORE

Dominion Energy Service Center Construction Progress

January 1th, 2019

Dominion Energy Service Center Construction Progress Burgess Snyder’s scope of work is in production on the Dominion Energy Service Center project, located in Petersburg, Virginia. The project includes Kawneer curtain wall and storefront as well as Kalwall panels. Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc., is leading the project.READ MORE

Seven Pines Elementary School Renovations Construction Progress

January 1th, 2019

Seven Pines Elementary School Renovations Construction Progress Burgess Snyder’s scope of work is in production on the Seven Pines Elementary School Renovations project. The Henrico County project includes Kawneer storefront. Oyster Point Construction Company is leading the project.READ MORE