West Seneca, NY, August 1, 2017: Resetarits Construction, one of the area’s most respected Construction Project Management corporations broke ground in West Seneca, NY, on the new Community Center and Library Expansion project in January, 2017.
“I was so excited when I heard that Resetarits got the job”, said Sheila Meegan, Town Supervisor of West Seneca. “What I love about Resetarits Construction is that they are a family company. West Seneca is a residential community and Resetarits represents what we are about.”
The Community Center and Library Expansion project will consist of a 4,000 square foot renovation of existing library space, as well as a 32,000 square foot addition of additional library space, a gymnasium, coffee shop, Veterans memorial space, administrative office area and meeting room.
The renovation and new-build construction began last year and is expected to be completed in spring of 2018. The project was designed by Clark Patterson and Lee, an architectural firm located in downtown Buffalo, NY.
“We’ve made great progress over the last six months thanks to the favorable weather, and we continue to remain ahead of schedule. Incorporating portions of the existing library into the new constructions will help meld the old with the new for those many longtime residents of the town. This will truly be a signature building for the Town of West Seneca.” said Bill Albers, the Senior Project Manager on the job.
Resetarits Construction is a family owned and operated corporation that was started by current CEO, David Resetarits, in 1987. Over time, the Resetarits Team has worked to grow itself into one of the most respected Construction Project Management corporations in the area, earning nearly $30+ million of work each year. Resetarits Construction prides itself on its customer based philosophy, “Treat every client like we would like to be treated, while providing construction services that help to accomplish their goals”.
The Town of West Seneca has been dreaming of this expansion since 2013. Hoping to grow the community with rich extracurricular activities, they are excited to reap the benefits of the long awaited project completion. “Our goal is to create a welcoming walking space for our residents” said Sheila Meegan.
After losing their community center in 2014, the town has been trying to make do with what resources have been available to them. This expansion will allow for the proper governance of the town and true appreciation of the hard-working men and women who help West Seneca tobe one of the best places to live in WNY.