Monday, February 27, 2017

Alston Construction Opens LV Location

Alston Construction, a national general contractor with 13 offices around the country, has opened a Lehigh Valley office announces the opening of its new office in Allentown, PA. The new Allentown office is located at 968 Postal Road Suite 200 Allentown, PA 18109.

“The appetite for industrial and commercial buildings continues to grow in the Allentown and Lehigh Valley area,” said Paul D. Little, Alston Construction CEO. “As the largest industrial contractors in the country, being in Allentown was the logical place to help expand our business.”

Tasked with leading the Allentown office of Alston will be construction veteran Robert Murray. Bob has more than 30 years of construction experience. Bob has significant experience in the Leigh Valley, New York and New Jersey markets, constructing some of the largest warehouse projects throughout these areas.

For more than 30 years, Alston has offered its clients a broad platform of general contracting, construction management and design-build services. Alston Construction has a diverse experience profile, including industrial, commercial, office, healthcare, education, retail and government projects. Ex in Allen, the possible establishment of an inland port in South Bethlehem, and NIZ construction in Allentown.

This move coincides with the construction going on at Fed Ex in Allen, the possible establishment of an inland port in South Bethlehem, and NIZ construction in Allentown.

Alston Construction has completed projects ranging from $250,000 to more than $100 million. It is headquartered in Atlanta, GA and has office locations in Sacramento, Seattle, Newport Beach, Reno, Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, Nashville, Chicago, Park City, Allentown and Edison, NJ. Alston provides its clients with the most qualified staff resources, utilizing state-of-the-art construction delivery processes and systems. To learn more visit www.alstonco.com.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Aren't these guys about 30 years too late?

Bernie O'Hare said...

I don't know where you've been. With Fed Ex and an inland port coming,there is going to be a need for a lot of big boxes.

Anonymous said...

The sad thing is that big boxes don't bring too many jobs. You could have 200,000 square feet of warehouse, and 10 people who work there..

Anonymous said...

Sad but true. The Lehigh Valley ahs not only become the landfill capital and now we are the cheap, land destroying big box no job economy. Thousands of big trucks tying up traffic and destroying local roads not built for their tonnage.
This is what your leaders have done for you.

Yea!! Good sheeple!