Camden’s first hotel in 50 years has opened its doors! We celebrated the waterfront ribbon cutting for the Camden Hilton Garden Inn and are excited to share with you a sneak peak of the new hotel. INTECH is honored to be a part of the Camden waterfront transformation. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.
INTECH is proud to be part of the best of Philadelphia’s commercial construction industry. Best Hospitality Project for Pod Philly Hotel. Best Residential, Mixed-Use, or Office Space Project for Vantage. Congratulations to all of the winners of the 2020 Construction Excellence Awards! Read more on GBCA.com.
INTECHʼs Loop Program provides a sound foundation for future construction professionals. In three segments, the Program affords on-the-job experience in Field Supervision, Pre-Construction, and Project Management for recent college graduates. Participants work with mentors, receiving regular feedback on performance while gaining a valuable understanding of the construction management process, as well as the INTECH mission, […]
Shows start at 6:00 PM: 9/16 (Opera), 9/30 (Broadway), and 10/14 (Jazz). Read more on abc7news.com / dosage MAGAZINE / Philly Metro.
The groundbreaking for the 11-story building on Martin Luther King Drive will be the fourth constructed as part of the Jackson Square Municipal Complex Mayor Steven Fulop first launched in 2015. Read more on Hudson County View.
INTECH is ranked #24 for the Philadelphia Inquirer’s 2020 Top Workplace Rankings: Small Companies. Thank you to all of our fantastic employees, and congratulations on receiving this award. Read more on The Philadelphia Inquirer.
INTECH is ranked #5 on ENR’s Top Contractors list for Pennsylvania, and #24 overall for the Mid-Atlantic region. Read more on ENR MidAtlantic.
GBCA and NAWIC Spotlight Philadelphia’s Women in Construction, including Colleen Mills (Senior Project Manager) of INTECH Construction. Read more on GBCA.com.
Philadelphia’s first micro hotel — Pod Philly — has opened, adding 252 rooms to the market. It joins six other Pod properties between New York and Washington, D.C. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.
Dranoff Properties’ $253 million Arthaus condominium development on South Broad Street in Philadelphia marked a construction milestone with the arrival of a crane. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.