1600 Smallman Street and Bakery Square Three, Pittsburgh, PA

On August 4th, the NAIOP regional association in Pittsburgh held their
28th Annual Awards Banquet. The NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, is the leading organization for developers, owners and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate.

At the banquet award winners included Sidley Precast Group parking garage. The award winners were featured in the Pittsburgh Business Times.

Speculative Office Award Winner
1600 Smallman Street is the new gateway to Pittsburgh's beloved Strip District. The buildings unique 1921 envelope has been restored to house modern, industrial-chic contemporary office and retail space. The 140,000 sf office building features 22-foot ceilings, energy efficient oversized windows, exposed brick walls and steel beams, on-site covered parking, and 35,000 sf of ground-level retail. A 178-car new structured parking was adjacent to the building.

Build-to-Suit Award Winner
Bakery Office Three the latest addition to the Bakery Square campus consists of Bakery Office Three, the North Garage and Sally's Path. Bakery Office Three is a 310,000 sf office building. The North Garage is a 1,000-car parking structure along Dahlem Place. Sally's Path is a revamped pedestrian and bike path that runs between Bakery Square Office two and bakery Office Three that leads to Shadyside's Walnut Street.

Mike Shook, Project Manager
Sidley Precast Group
Courtesy of TPC Deere Run
TPC Deere Run begins
major bunker renovation
TPC Deere Run in Silvis, IL, recently began a bunker renovation project using Pro/Angle® bunker Sand. The course is the site of the John Deere Classic and will remain open for play during the project.

Eric Ludewig, Sports Aggregates Sales Manager
Introducing Sidley's New Block Truck

This month Sidley's new Block Truck was put to work. The 2020 Volvo truck has a 500 hp engine, this is our first block truck with an automatic transmission.

The truck has capacity for 10 regular cubes, and can carry up to 36,000 lbs of material. The boom lifts cubes that are approximately 4,000 lbs and extends out 35'.

To get a quote on your next masonry project, to see this new beauty at your job site, please contact:

Matt Eisenmann, Block & Supply Sales
Hope Memorial Bridge, Cleveland, OH and Mack® Truck model AC
Mack® Trucks Forever Part of Cleveland History

The Cleveland Indians are going to have a new name, the Cleveland "Guardians". Back in 1932 the 3,657 ft. Hope Memorial Bridge was built in Cleveland spanning the Cuyahoga River. The bridge features four iconic sandstone pylons that depict the Guardians of Traffic. Each pylon has two sculpted figures holding a vehicle, representing the history of ground transportation through depictions of a stagecoach a covered wagon a 1930's - era automobile and four types of motorized trucks used for construction. The motorized trucks for construction are Mack® model AC. These very durable chain driven trucks were used not only in World War I, but for many years afterwards in all types of applications. They didn't have to go fast, just haul the load and do the job and they did. So much so that they are permanently etched in stone for all to see. So we may have new "Guardians" on the professional baseball field in Cleveland but the Mack® Truck Guardians did the job to help build Cleveland many years ago.

Bill Golden, Mack Truck Sales
Visit Us

NJ AWWA, Annual Conference 2021
The Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa
1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, NJ
Booth 94
August 31-September 2, 2021

Mike Mongell, Silica Product Line Manager
Grain Silos
Colebrook Elevator, run by the Yuhasz Brothers in Colebrook, OH, is adding 1.3 million bushels of grain storage to their location in Ashtabula county.

Their Grain Elevator business started on their family farm back in the mid 80's, when the government was looking for housing for corn with only 4 bins.

All work was self-preformed and required over 1,000 yards of ready mix concrete. For more information on how we can help you with construction projects to make your business grow, please contact:

Don Craver, Concrete Sales
Ascent® magazine is a free, quarterly publication of PCI and is great resource for design professionals. Each issue features in-depth case studies of precast projects that highlighting industry trends and innovative design, comprehensive articles on specific design challenges from industry experts, and special features on constructing with precast/prestressed concrete.

Read the Summer issue to learn how precast concrete is the best building material to protect life and property in the event of hurricanes, tornadoes, blasts, and more. Be sure to read this issue' s bonus digital material.
Free Concrete Repair Resources

The need for awareness and education about concrete maintenance, preservation, and repair has never been greater. The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) recognizes it is uniquely able to provide its collective knowledge on concrete, what causes its deterioration, and how to extend its service life through regular maintenance and repair.
ICRI is pleased to offer free concrete repair educational resources, beginning with a series of technical presentations and webinars. Five (5) different series will be released throughout the coming weeks. Once registered, you will be able to access these technical presentations and webinars on demand in the ICRI Learning Center at no charge for a period of 6 months. Registration for the free concrete repair educational resources is available through December 31, 2021.
What Motivates Us
Each month we highlight a different R.W. Sidley employee, from all divisions in the company as to what motivates them to come to work every day and do their best.
Tom Tobias, Estimator, Sidley Precast Group 34 Years of Service
When I started at Sidley Precast back in 1987, the first project I estimated was the Pittsburgh International Airport. When we were awarded that job, it was exciting because it put the Precast Group in another league, proving that Sidley Precast could successfully produce and build such a large precast structure. I am proud to say we did and have gone to do many more large and high profile precast projects. As my tenure at Sidley's winds down, I think with pride of all the hundreds of jobs over the years that I have been involved with, and all the great people I have worked with here at Sidley. By the way, the Pittsburgh Airport is planning on building another large parking garage, and I will be estimating it in the near future, so you could say my career has come full circle.
R.W. Sidley, Inc. is the exclusive Builders Club sponsor for concrete, block, brick and aggregates in Northeast Ohio and the Pittsburgh area. There is no cost for a home builders to be part of this program. Buy from R.W. Sidley, Inc., pay within terms, earn rewards points! It's that simple. Points can be used on a huge selection tools, electronics, travel and much more. Contact one of salespeople today for more information and to start earning rewards!
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