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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.


Another Successful Swank Company Picnic

On Saturday, September 19th we held the annual Swank Family Picnic.  The day was gorgeous and the turn out reflected that with around 200 people in attendance.  We ate some awesome food prepared by Clem's Cafe (in Blairsville) and many wonderful dishes prepared by our own employees and their families.  This year we raffled off a Tailgating Grill... read more ›

Swank Construction "Sticks With It"

Swank has partnered up with “Stick With It Fitness” (SWIF) to complete a 13 week fitness challenge.  The program is designed to increase flexibility, mobility and teach healthy nutrition.  In addition to the exercises everyone completes a nutrition lesson each week as part of the ChangeRX program.  The challenge kicked off in September and will... read more ›

Another Successful Internship Program Completed At Swank Construction

This year Swank brought aboard 5 students to complete a 10 week summer internship in various departments.  The students used what they studied in school and put it to practice.  The interns learned various aspects of our business from safety, reading plans for bids, preparing take offs, assisting in preparing contracts along with visits to... read more ›

Building of a Swank Service Truck

The building of a Swank service truck starts with the right chassis Kenworth T-800 which we bought 3. We had them stretched, painted Swank Red,  22 foot flatbeds installed and shipped to our yard in February 2015.  There the fabrication starts from Swank Shop which installed the aluminum job boxes, 3 fuel tanks with electric pumps, oil tanks,... read more ›

Ken Cheripka Moves Up

After six years of outstanding work as a Building Trades Foreman, Ken Cheripka was promoted to Assistant Manager of Swank’s Building Trades Division. Ken is a proven hard worker with a great deal of experience. Making sure jobs are done safely and efficiently in the field is Ken’s main priority.  Ken is also relied upon to track equipment, assist... read more ›