New Rochelle, NY: 29 Story Superstructure concrete project completed

THE SISCA ORGANIZATION recently completed the concrete superstructure on a 29 story high rise apartment building in New Rochelle, NY. A typical floor (13,600 sq. ft. / 380 cubic yards of concrete) was being poured in a 4 day cycle, using a concrete telescopic placing boom. The concrete project began in early winter 2020 and was completed by April 2021.

Sisca Organization completed 29 story concrete superstructure apartment building in New Rochelle NY

Located at 42 Centre Street in New Rochelle, NY, the 340,000 square foot, 29 story residential high rise building required approximately 15,500 yards of concrete and 1,540 tons of rebar.

Sisca Organization completed 29 story concrete superstructure apartment building in New Rochelle NY

Hackensack, NJ – 379 units of Market Rate Housing – 2019 -2020

The Sisca Organization was designated construction manager for construction of 379 units — 525,000 square feet in total – of market rate housing in Hackensack, NJ, located at 150 Main St. In addition, Sisca self-performed the first phase of concrete construction, 5000 yards.

How The 150 Main St., Hackensack Project Evolved

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Creston Avenue, Bronx, NY – 66 Units of Affordable Housing

63,000 sq. ft. LEED platinum project of 66 affordable apartments built by Sisca on Creston Ave., Bronx NY

This LEED Platinum project is 63,000 sq. ft. and it has rooftop solar panels. The Creston Ave., Bronx, NY building consists of 66 affordable apartments built by Sisca. The building was the Recipient of The Supportive Housing Network of NY 2017 Project of the Year Award.

 

Mt. Vernon, NY – 43 Units of Affordable Housing

Mount Vernon, NY 7 story affordable housing

Mount Vernon, NY 7 story affordable housing

What Clients Say About Sisca

“Sisca was General Contractor for our 60 West Project, which was completed in the Fall of 2011. This is a 43-unit affordable housing project that required a contractor who would understand the problems dealing wih multiple funding sources, project cost restraints and deficit structural plans. With all the complications, Sisca was able to deliver our project one month earlier than was required and at our budget.”
– – John V.Saraceno, Trinity Associates