December 2020 – Our fabrication shop welders, plasterers, and laborers have begun working on blast-resistant wall panels for the new United States Courthouse in Harrisburg PA. The basic concrete-reinforced panels were poured by Building Blocks GFRC in Florida and then trucked to our shop for additional modifications before final placement on the structural steel frame of the building. Watch for updates in future Novinger News entries.
September and October 2020 – Our fireproofing crews are applying cementitious fireproofing material on the steel structure of the new United States Courthouse in downtown Harrisburg, PA. This 10-story, 243,000 gross square foot building will have space for courtrooms, chambers, jury rooms, and other secure spaces.
August 2020 – Our field crew has begun installing 100 prefabricated exterior wall panels on the new headquarters for the Pennsylvania Medical Society in Mechanicsburg, PA. The new panels form a rainscreen system consisting of aluminum composite material (ACM) and a Cembrit finish over insulated metal panels (IMP) on steel stud framing. Cembrit is a light weight, durable, low maintenance, engineered fiber-cement product reinforced with cellulose fibers for added strength.
July 2020 – Novinger’s Inc has been hired to construct noise reduction panels for placement along Route 295 / 42/ and Interstate 76 junction in New Jersey. Our contract includes building two bridge-mounted sections and also one section of panels to be mounted on a retaining wall. Each panel will be decorated with a stylized water bird artwork design on the highway side and also on the residential side.
June 2020 – We have signed a new contract to install cementitious fireproofing material for a new building near the Reading Hospital in Wyomissing, PA. Drexel University College of Medicine has joined Tower Health to fund this new six-story medical school building.
May 2020 – Our firm is patching plaster and doing ceiling work in the East Wing of the Pennsylvania Capitol Building in Harrisburg, PA. This work should be completed by Fall 2020.