In the News: Jersey City Breaks Ground On New $120M Public Safety Headquarters

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.

In the News: The Inquirer’s 2020 Top Workplaces

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.

In the News: ENR Mid-Atlantic 2020 Top Contractors

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.

In the News: GBCA and NAWIC Spotlight Philadelphia’s Women in Construction

GBCA and NAWIC Spotlight Philadelphia’s Women in Construction, including Colleen Mills (Senior Project Manager) of INTECH Construction. Read more on GBCA.com.

In the News: Phila.’s first micro hotel opens

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.

In the News: Dranoff’s newest development on South Broad marks construction milestone

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.

In the News: INTECH is honored as one of Philadelphia’s Best Places to Work

INTECH is honored as one of Philadelphia’s Best Places to Work. Thank you to all of our fantastic employees, and congratulations on receiving this award. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.

In the News: Hilton breaks ground on Camden’s 1st hotel in decades

Camden may not have a hotel, but that will soon change. Hilton has started work on a new 180-room property that will be the first hotel in decades for the South Jersey city. Read more on Philadelphia Business Journal.

In the News: Lincoln Square Historic Train Shed receives Economic Impact Award

Lincoln Square Historic Train Shed Rehabilitation and Addition has received the 2019 Economic Impact Award from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia for preservation that benefits economic development. Read more on Preservation Alliance.

In the News: An elegant office solution for Brandywine Global Investment Management

Headquartered in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, the investment and asset management firm embraced an elegant activity-based workspace model for their new 67,500 SF office. See the article on Officelovin’.