Spoleta Construction built the 54,000 square foot Al Sigl Center Winton Campus. The one story building houses several agencies which provides rehabilitative services for clients of various ages with wide range of disabilities.
Spoleta Construction built US Airports office and freight facilities in various locations around the country. Project cost totaling $40 million.
Spoleta Construction built a new 15,000 square foot emergency dispatch call center for Monroe County at 321 W. Main Street, Rochester, NY.
The 30,000 square foot building was a new showcase laboratory for Upstate New York. The medical laboratory and office building was built for Unity Health Systems. The project cost was $3.8MM.
The 10 screen, state-of-the art Movie Theater was built for Cinemark/Movies 10 which was located in Henrietta, NY.
City Place is a 270,000 square foot historic building, originally built in 1907. The property was purchased by Spoleta in 1997 and is part of Spoleta's Development portfolio. City Place houses Monroe County's government offices in downtown Rochester. An extensive renovation was needed for the interior and exterior. Spoleta Construction sought ways to retain the building's historic structure while accommodating it for modern office use.
1997Spoleta named Honorary Chairman of the Al Sigl Center Golf Tournament
1998Heather Heights Adult Care Facility
The one-story, 60,000 square foot Assisted Living facility was built by Spoleta for the Hamister Development Company, Inc. The 100-room facility had 25 rooms designated for the memory-impaired. Project Cost: $6,500,000.
Spoleta developed and co-owned the multi-family project, Oakmonte Apartments. This 300,000 square foot project features 32-eight-unit buildings, and the units are approximately 1,200 square feet. The ground amenities include private and gated entrance, tennis courts, and clubhouse featuring a full kitchen, conference room, fitness center and in-ground pool.
Spoleta purchased a building on the corner of W. Main Street and Plymouth Ave in downtown Rochester which was known at the time as the VOA building. December 18th, 1999 the structure was imploded and the vacant parcel was turned into public parking lots which is still owned and operated by Spoleta today.