We’re Going Back to School

Mar 21, 2022

Corcon is delighted to announce the completion of the Guidepost Montessori school located in Rockville, Maryland.  This was a gut and remodel of the main building along with improvements to an onsite house to be used as an administration building.  Inside the main school we demolished all wall partitions while adding several new toilets and classrooms. Brand new flooring, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and painting was completed throughout the space. We also made some landscaping improvements and added a new playground and fencing.  This was a challenging project to complete in under 11 weeks but we are proud to have turned this
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Building Up in Brooklyn

Feb 17, 2022

We are happy to have completed work at 408 Fulton Street in Brooklyn, New York.  The scope of work included the removal of about 5,000 square feet of concrete, staircases and escalators.  We installed new steel and concrete to support the two new escalators, along with removing the third floor of the building in order to increase the height of the second floor ceilings.  The exterior work included new flashing on the roof and installing Alpolic metal panels across the storefront.  This was an exciting job to work on and are looking forward to our next project.
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Hermes Heaven in Florida

Nov 10, 2021

We are extremely proud to announce the completion of Hermes in Aventura, Florida.  This space was approximately 4,500 square feet where pink hues were used throughout to coincide with the tropical theme.  You enter the store through large floor-to-ceiling glass doors to walk upon gorgeous pink terrazzo floors with grey accent stone.  The custom millwork from France displays all of the Hermes fashion to its best.  Not to miss any attention to detail, the walls were also coated with a pink colored Armourcoat stucco to fully embrace the Miami flare.  This is the fourth Hermes store built in Florida and we
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Are You Ready to Climb?

Oct 28, 2021

Corcon is thrilled to announce the completion of Brooklyn Boulders in Washington, D.C.  The base building was constructed to accommodate this 35,000 square foot climbing and fitness gym.  This space is nothing short of spectacular.  It has areas that have a three-story clear span at 30 feet tall with a continuous mezzanine throughout its length. The climbing structures, some of which are hydraulically operated, are constructed from 26 tons of steel and covered in Baltic Birch.  The floor finishes are a mix of ceramic tile and rubber matting with a great deal of polished concrete. There are also many hand painted murals by
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