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for: ‘Government/Specialty Construction’

Buffalo Niagara International Airport

Buffalo Niagara International Airport, Buffalo, NY The Buffalo Niagara International Airport hosts almost 4 million passengers a year. So it’s safe to say, the front doors to the place are pretty important. Resetarits Construction Corporation removed the airport’s original revolving doors and replaced them with sliding doors. The new doors are more accommodating to busy […]

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Country Inn & Suites

Country Inn & Suites, West Seneca, NY Located just off the New York State Thruway and Rt. 219, Resetarits Construction Corporation built this five-story 108-room hotel in 2012. The hotel features an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, conference room and business center. This building was Country Inn & Suites debut into the Buffalo, NY market.   […]

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South American Rain Forest Exhibit

Buffalo, NY Resetarits Construction was contracted to perform the Construction Management of this immersive walk-through natural habitat exhibit. The 26,000 SF, fully enclosed tropical rainforest building, provides the Zoo with a signature, four-season attraction. Home to more than 30 species including exotic reptiles, birds, monkeys and giant anteaters. A 30-foot waterfall completes the tropical exhibit. […]

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Buffalo Club Wine Room Construction

Buffalo, NY The Buffalo Club is one of Buffalo’s most prestigious social organizations, and has been in existence since 1867. Founded by members including the club’s first President, Millard Fillmore, the original founding statement read “to promote social intercourse among its members.” The Buffalo Club moved to its present location in 1887. In modern times, […]

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Batavia VA Hospital: Renovations and Elevator Addition

Batavia, NY Resetarits Construction has provided services to construct a new elevator and handicap accessible route to one of the historic buildings of the Batavia Veterans Administrative complex. Referred to as Building #3, the building was constructed as a hospital and later converted into offices. The new addition is respectful to the traditional colonial revival […]

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