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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.


Sporting Clays

Swank held it's first sporting clay shoot on Sunday June 24th, 2018.  The event was held at the Promise Land Preserve near Freeport, PA.  The event was open to all Swank employees and was well attended with food and beverage served after.  Champion Shooter for the inaugural event was Chuck Debick!  Team honors went to the team of Jimmy Minor, Nick... read more ›

Highway Beautification Begins with Swank

    As a participant of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Adopt-a-Highway program, Swank does an annual cleanup of a 2 mile section of State Route (SR) 380 from SR 66 / SR 380 interchange to 1/2 mile past SR 780 / SR 380 Interchange.     On May 18, 2018, office and shop employees volunteered their time to help keep Pennsylvania beautiful... read more ›

Easter Food Drive for Kiski Valley Food Bank

The Wellness Committee has made efforts to do charitable events throughout the year to give back to the local community.  For the Easter holiday, a food drive was organized to collect non-perishable items for donation to the Kiski Valley Food Bank which serves individuals and families within the Kiski Valley region.  Swank employees donated food... read more ›

2018 Leadership Training, “Building Tomorrow’s Leaders, Today”

As our company grows, Swank continues to educate as well as shape it’s leaders through training and education. This year marks the 4th annual year Swank has offered leadership training which focuses on core lessons in communications, time management, goal setting, ethics and finance. January 17, 2018 a group of new leaders, whom have been selected... read more ›

Successful Animal Shelter Donation Drive

Swank Construction had major success in the 2017 Animal Shelter Donation Drive.  With the help of the office and the shop, we collected just over 250 lbs of different dog and cat foods/treats, close to 50 toys, 35 lbs of cat litter, and many other necessities for the shelter to continue to take care of all the animals while they wait for their... read more ›