Engineering, Technology and Project Management Consulting Firm to Assist with Renovation of Hanley Federal Building in Syracuse

San Francisco, CA – Cornerstone Concilium, an engineering, technology and project management consulting firm, has been selected to provide Construction Quality Management services on the tenant improvement of the second floor of the James M. Hanley Federal Building in Syracuse, New York. The project was awarded by the US General Services Administration (GSA) Upstate New York Service Center. Cornerstone was chosen by the Upstate New York Service Center through the GSA Schedule where Cornerstone is a listed vendor.

“We are excited to undertake this project,” says Jack S. Wang, P.E., Vice President at Cornerstone, “As a HUBZONE-certified-small disadvantaged business enterprise, we are always on the lookout to develop new relationships with clients. I think we have found one here. This project is a great fit for Cornerstone in terms of our portfolio of past experiences and our targeted market growth.”

Established in 1986, Cornerstone provides consulting solutions for complex transportation, healthcare and major capital infrastructure development projects throughout the United States.

Cornerstone’s staff of project managers, construction managers, facilities managers, engineers, and other industry professionals are experienced in providing solutions for its clients. Federal clients include the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration. Cornerstone also serves several airports and transit agencies around the country such as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, LA Metro and Bay Area Rapid Transit. In addition to government projects, Cornerstone also works with private companies including Fortune 500 technology companies and real estate developers.

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