Mayor Bill de Blasio today marked the opening of a new $28 million NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health community health center on Staten Island, the organization’s first full service ambulatory center in this borough. MJCL Architects created the architectural plans, and Axis Construction served as general contractor for the modular construction project.Read More
John Buongiorno joined a panel to discuss lessons learned, innovative solutions, and new approaches for building successful modular structures in New York City.
Modular technology promises to shorten development schedules, reduce costs, and control and
improve quality. This enticing solution has strong appeal for city agencies and local builders
spending billions on modernizing facilities and expanding housing opportunities.
Long Island Jewish Medical Center at Valley Stream, part of the Northwell Health system, announced Friday that it will begin a $22.3 million renovation of its emergency department this month.Read More
One-on-One Interview with John Buongiorno of Axis Construction.Read More
CFK honored Andrew Meyerson, CPA, CFO of Axis Construction, for his continuous dedication and support of the organization’s programs. This year’s 10th Annual CFMA Dinner Gala raised over $84,000 for Long Island families, bringing the total to date for this event to over $600,000.Read More
Peconic Bay Medical Center today held a ceremonial groundbreaking for its planned critical care tower at the hospital’s main campus in Riverhead.Read More
ROCKVILLE CENTER, This event celebrates Long Island's top executives, signature firms and organizations. Join us as we recognize those who consistently demonstrate remarkable leadership skills, integrity, values, vision, commitment to excellence, financial performance, community service and diversity.Read More View Cover
ROCKVILLE CENTER, NY Axis Construction, Inc. has completed construction on The Barbara H. Hagan Center for Nursing at Molloy College. Designed by BRB Architects, this academic facility opened for classes early this year.
The new $25 million, 50,000 s/f nursing center is a sustainably designed three-story building with a fully functioning basement. The building is enclosed with brick, cast stone, aluminum and glass curtain walls.Read More
Axis took home first prize in the Permanent Modular Health Care category for its Coney Island - Ida Israel Clinic modular building, a replacement for the one lost during Hurricane Sandy. The modular approach allowed NYC to open the clinic over six months ahead of what conventional construction would have allowed, ensuring the community had access to a replacement facility with minimal delay.Read More
It's a cold winter day in a residential neighborhood on Quiogue. The season's first blizzard is still making its presence known, with snow and barren branches everywhere. On the street corner on Meetinghouse Road strands a newly constructed, low-slung structure, the surrounding woodlands and creek barely visible.
Yet the inside of the building is comfortable, warm and welcoming. Contrary to a first impression, this is not a business center, local hotel or apartment house...View Full PDF View Gallery
Ralph Lambert, CEO of Axis Construction Corp. in Hauppauge, was recently honored as Contractor Executive of the Year by the not-for-profit group Contractors for Kids (CFK). The award was presented at the Construction Financial Management Association's 8th Annual Dinner Gala on November 5, 2015 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. Mr. Lambert was recognized for his commitment and ongoing support for CFK, founded in 2005 to assist families struggling with the financial hardships that result from the sickness, injury or death of a child. CFK helps wherever it's needed - from paying phone bills to medical and insurance bills, and many other costs. CFK has offices in Islandia and Holbrook.
Axis Construction Corp. Chief Executive Officer Ralph Lambert (pictured right) receiving the Contractor Executive of the Year award from Andrew Meyerson, Contractors for Kids (CFK) Board Member and Axis Construction Corp. Chief Financial OfficerView PDF
Queens Hospital chose to utilize offsite construction for their new Heal 11 building, located adjacent to their existing Ambulatory Care Pavilion, to mitigate onsite disruption and to reduce construction traffic and related risks.
The Modular Building Institute would like to recognize members of Axis Construction Corp. and manufacturing affiliate NRB, Inc. for their work on the June 2015 Modular Building of the Month, Queens Hospital Center Heal 11, located in Jamaica, New York. Built near an existing hospital facility, this 5000 square foot project needed to be completed on time with the least amount of site disruption possible. Permanent modular construction was chosen to keep disruption to a minimum while meeting the stringent New York City building codes and Department of Health regulations.Read More
With a large crowd of highly-respected leaders and friends of Molloy from every sector of the Long Island community, Ralph was recognized for his enthusiastic advocacy of the College and its values, as well as his expert guidance in assisting Molloy manage new building ventures. A longtime champion for many local charities, Ralph embodies the values and mission of the College - to inspire respect and dignity for the worth of every individual.
We are so proud of this well-deserved honor!VIew PDF
Hauppauge-based Axis Construction, Inc., leading provider of construction management, design-build and general contracting services, was recently part of a team of professionals that designed and built South Nassau Communities Hospital Urgent Care Center at Long Beach. This new facility restored emergency medical services to Long Beach after Superstorm Sandy flooded Long Beach Medical Center in October 2012 and left local residents without a hospital.Read More
While many have left their figurative mark during East End Hospice's long journey to open an inpatient care facility on the South Fork, the nonprofit's employees made literal marks on the structure Tuesday morning. As workers with Hauppauge's Axis Construction prepare to put the finishing touches on the Quiogue building's steel frame later this week, dozens of East End Hospice staff members and volunteers signed their names on the final girder that will make up the building's framework. "It's a special occasion for all of us, because we all worked so hard to make this a reality," East End Hospice campaign coordinator Maribeth Edmonds said Tuesday. "This is a way to recognize all us worker bees who are here day in and day out."Read More
Project is third certified in-patienthospital in the world.View PDF
Masquerade ball to support the SCCADV.View PDF
Construction, premier provider of construction management, design-build, and general contracting services, has been honored with the Modular Building Institute's (MBI) first place Award of Distinction in the permanent modular education category for buildings over 10,000 square feet. ...Read More