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              In October of 2014 Swank Construction Company New England Milling Division worked on the West Springfield MA. tunnel project for AETNA Bridge Co. This specialized high profile concrete milling job was preformed by foreman Mike Loughner and his crew.  At the beginning of job the depth of the concrete cut was suppose to be 6 inches. As the guys removed layer after layer of this tough New England concrete it was determined by the on-site engineer that in some spots the cut would be as much as 14" and on average 10". Swank Construction was up to the challenge. Not only did Mike and crew reach all depths necessary but did it on time.  That allowed AETNA to stay on their extremely tight time frame.  This spring the Swank Construction Company will be milling the North side of the tunnel and there is no doubt the same results will be reached. Once again showing Swank Construction Company is the industry leader in concrete milling.


2016 Big Winner

     Every year as we collect the Christmas cards we make an effort to acknowledge the companies that sent out what the office staff at Swank felt were the cards that most reflected the Holiday season. I am pleased to say we have concluded the voting for this contest and have the top winners.  Keep in mind this is out of well over a hundred cards... read more ›

Food Drive Benefiting Kiski Valley Food Bank

Swank Construction pulled together with other businesses within the Westmoreland Technology Industrial Park to collect donations for the Kiski Valley Food Bank. Our office had a friendly competition between the first and second floor of the building.  Between the two levels over 1,200 items were collected.  In addition to the amount collected in... read more ›

Helping Others Stay Warm This Winter

Swank employees participated in a very successful winter coat drive - 77 new and gently used coats were collected for men, women and children!  The collection program was sponsored by the YMCA and will benefit those in need throughout the Pittsburgh area.    read more ›

11th Annual Swank Family Picnic

The 11th annual Swank Family Picnic was held at Kunkle Park, Washington Township, on Saturday, September 17th.  We had a great turn out with about 60 families represented.  There were families in attendance representing employees who were hard at work that very day and employees who worked in the morning and were able to stop by after their shift... read more ›

Allegheny River Railroad Project

        The below photos were taken from the Allegheny River Railroad Project.  Headed up by Mike Bianco as the Project Manager and Jack Leukhardt as the Superintendent, this project included the full reconstruction of an approximately 580’ railroad bridge.  The existing bridge stood on 48 timber bents supported at ground level by timber mats and... read more ›