(Pipersville, PA – May 2012) –Worth & Company successfully completed the St. Luke’s Riverside project in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. A prime example of instituting the industry’s premier technology, this 108 bed hospital facility, enlisted Worth’s expertise in a design/build capacity that encompassed the construction of complex plumbing, HVAC, and medical gas systems.
Due to the pre-fabrication process, manpower and management skills, Worth & Company was selected by Iron Hill Construction Management and St. Luke’s Hospital to manage the construction, scheduling, and type of systems utilized. Such supervision allowed for flexibility, and kept the project moving forward on schedule, in spite of major changes throughout the design and construction process. In recognition of the company’s efforts and contributions to the project, Worth was recognized by Iron Hill Construction with the annual Outstanding Tradesman Award.
“The St. Luke’s Riverside job is a true team effort between the design engineer (Snyder-Hoffman Consulting Engineers), systems vendor (Carrier), and the Worth team,” boasts Stephen Worth, President of Worth & Company. “Everyone – from the design team to the field crews – did their job above and beyond expectations, putting the customer first at all times. The result was a well-executed and successfully completed venture that will open the door to future design/build opportunities.”
Award-winning Worth & Company is the region’s largest mechanical systems contractor (design/build and public projects) and maintenance service provider. Established over 35 years ago, Worth & Company leads the industry through innovation, experience, and outstanding customer service. Engineering News-Record has ranked Worth & Company # 111, among the Top 600 Specialty Contractors in the United States. For eight years, Kuntz Lesher, LLP and the Great Place to Work Institute recognized Worth & Company as one of the “100 Best Places to Work in PA”. Employing nearly 500 people, Worth & Company operates offices in Bucks County, Lehigh Valley, and Milton, Pennsylvania; and New Castle, Delaware.
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