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Pennsy Supply past projects.

Pennsy Supply, Central Region

PEMA Headquarters

Harrisburg, PA
Susquehanna Twp.
Summer 2015

At 132,000 square feet, this $42 million project is something that taxpayers can ensure is money well spent. The PEMA facility is a tool that allows the state to support their local governments to make their communities safer. Hurricanes, blizzards, icy highways, and terrorist attacks are all examples of emergencies that need real-time information as quickly as possible, and the PEMA headquarters enables various agencies to be working together under one roof.

Pennsy Supply worked with ECI Construction to provide a total of 6,300 yards of concrete with 2,000 yards of that being Lightweight concrete. The job also consisted of 10,000 tons of asphalt provided by Pennsy in conjunction with Todd A. Gosnell Paving Contractors.

Berks Park

Berks Park 78 Lot 3
Bethel Township Berks County
Spring 2015

$625,000 portion by Pennsy Supply that included:

The project involved a 750,000 SF Warehouse constructed by Blue Rock Construction. Pennsy Supply placed 24,000 tons of HMA, and supplied over 30,000 tons of stone for site contractor Liberty Excavators. Project completed May of 2015.

PSECU Headquarters

Harrisburg, PA
Susquehanna Twp.
Fall 2014

Consisting of 3 stories and 235,000 square feet of office space, the new, $74 million PSECU headquarters has been awarded LEED® Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and verified by the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). 75% of the building's construction debris was diverted to recycled material instead of being disposed of in a landfill, and 20% of the materials used in the building had recycled content. With the use of Fly Ash in our ready mix concrete and our regional materials used for this project, Pennsy Supply was proud to be a supplier and take part in accomplishing this prestigious award. The LEED® Gold certification is held by only 352 buildings in Pennsylvania and 57 of those are located in our region.

Pennsy Supply, Inc. worked with Lorne G. Seifert on this project to provide a total of 7,000 yards of concrete. In addition, 24,000 tons of aggregate supplied by Pennsy was used by York Excavating Co., LLC during the construction process.

New Sam's Club

Silver Springs Township
Summer 2014

$625,000 portion by Pennsy Supply that included:

  • Pavement Repair
  • Milling
  • Sub-base
  • Binder
  • Wearing

Pennsy Supply teamed up with the General Contractor, Pike Company from New York, to provide and place the parking lot items for the new store configuration. Pennsy's items were placed near the end of the project as timelines grew short for completion. The Pike Company expressed their appreciation toward Pennsy's extra effort to bring the project to completion on time.

Pennsy Supply, North Region

SR 706 Resurfacing Project

Lawton, PA
Susquehanna County
Summer 2015

Pennsy Supply North Region recently won a bid to resurface approximately 16 miles of deteriorated roadway in Susquehanna County. SR 706 is a heavily traveled route for many who live and work in the Marcellus Shale region, as it is the major thruway between Montrose and I-81. The road was breaking apart in the shoulders and needed to be widened first before the final resurfacing could be completed. Over 55,000 tons of asphalt were used to widen, level and completely resurface the road. Along with the full width paving of the road, improvements were made to the drainage, guiderail, and pavement markings for the road.

Turnpike – Wyoming Valley Interchange Ramps Resurfacing Project

Pittston, PA
Luzerne County
Summer 2014

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission let a job to resurface exit ramps on I-476 at the Wyoming Valley Interchange in Pittston. The job consisted of milling and resurfacing about 10,000 tons of asphalt for the ramps at mile marker 115 on the Northeast Extension. Improvements to drainage, guiderail and pavement markings were also part of the project. The job was located less than a mile from Pennsy North's Pittston quarry.

Motel 6 Lot

Wilkes-Barre, PA
Wilkes-Barre Township
Summer 2014

Pennsy Supply North Region partnered with A. Pickett Construction of Kingston to complete work on a Motel 6 built in Wilkes-Barre Township, PA. Pennsy completed the paving for the project which called for over 1,000 tons of binder and top course to be placed in the parking lot. The project now stands out amongst four other hotels in the area with the finishing touches being put on by Pennsy's paving crew.


“On behalf of the Executive Board and residents of the Hawthorne Ridge Community Owners Association, we write to express our most sincere thanks for your efforts in ensuring the community paving project was completed. . . . To Pennsy Supply, we have been very impressed with the level of professionalism you have exhibited throughout this process. We understand from our management company that you timely responded to numerous questions and concerns from our residents, and helped to keep us informed of the work to be completed. Should you ever require a reference for this type of work, ....”

Mary Eddy
Executive Board
Hawthorne Ridge Community Owners Assoc.