The University of Delaware’s new Building X will be the future laboratory for the university’s public health professional students. The 132,000 sq. ft. building will offer students a professional, hands-on learning environment to aid in public health training.
Hatzel & Buehler was recently awarded work at Main Line Health Paoli Hospital, to completely renovate the patient rooms and nurses’ stations of the fourth-floor East wing.
Blue Sky Controls, a division of Hatzel & Buehler, Inc., is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets of T.R. Ricotta Electric, Inc. Ricotta was founded in 1985 by Thomas Ricotta who, along with Bob Finn, has grown the company to become a leading controls contractor in New York City, successfully completing a variety of projects with a number of well-known clients, including work at Penn Station, Hudson Yards, and the World Trade Center.
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