Since 2003, KBE has embraced the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program, ensuring that many of the buildings that they design and/or construct are environmentally efficient. KBE has completed, or is in the process of completing, 12 LEED-Certified projects, including the LEED Gold Certified Patapsco Hall at University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
October 25, 2012NEW HARTFORD, Conn. Oct. 25, 2012 – The Boy Scouts at Camp Workcoeman have a new rifle range, thanks to KBE Building Corporation (www.kbebuilding.com) and a number of its subcontractors. Established in 1924, Camp Workcoeman is one of the oldest operating Boy Scout camps in the country. Located in New Hartford, Connecticut on over 500 … Continue reading KBE Rebuilds Rifle Range for Boy Scouts
October 8, 2012COLUMBIA, Md., October 8, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation has donated $2,715 to Howard County General Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) as part of the company’s 50 Ways to Make a Difference philanthropic initiative. 50 Ways to Make a Difference is an award-winning, annual community outreach initiative that was launched in 2009 to celebrate KBE’s … Continue reading KBE Donates to Hospital NICU
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July 20, 2012HARTFORD, Conn., July 20, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation has begun phase two of renovations on the Asian Studies Academy in Hartford, Connecticut. The $8.2 million, three-phase project consists of selective demolition and renovation that includes a new bus drop off area, playgrounds, a new storm and sanitary drainage system, replacement of interior doors and … Continue reading KBE Renovates Asian Studies Academy
July 18, 2012STORRS, Conn., July 18, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation has started renovations on the University of Connecticut’s McMahon Dining Hall. The $7.1 million project consists of 14,000 square feet of renovations, including a 5,500 square foot addition, a new dining facility with all new kitchen equipment, and the removal of a storefront. The existing building … Continue reading KBE Renovates UCONN’s McMahon Dining Hall
July 16, 2012WATERBURY, Conn., July 16, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation donated over 400 books to the Waterbury, Connecticut location of Girls, Inc. of Southwestern Connecticut (Girls, Inc. of SWCT) on July 13, 2012. This donation was part of KBE’s 50 Ways to Make a Difference program. The 50 Ways initiative is a yearlong charitable support program, … Continue reading KBE Donates Books To Girls, Inc.
July 3, 2012FARMINGTON, Conn., July 3, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation received the Platinum STEP (Safety Training & Evaluation Process) Award from the National Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC). The award recognizes KBE’s regional offices in both Connecticut and Maryland. The ABC National Environment Health & Safety Committee (EH&S) established the STEP program in 1989 to provide … Continue reading KBE Awarded Platinum STEP Award
June 27, 2012DANIELSON, Conn., June 27, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation has broken ground for the renovations and additions for two Danielson, CT schools: Harvard Ellis Technical High School and Quinebaug Valley Middle College High School. The $84 million Harvard Ellis project will consist of a 117,300 square-foot renovation and a 68,000 square-foot addition, which will house … Continue reading KBE Breaks Ground For Two CT Schools
June 26, 2012MIDDLETOWN, Conn., June 26, 2012 — KBE Building Corporation earned a First Place Award for the Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) at the 2012 Connecticut Building Congress (CBC) 16th Annual Project Team Awards Banquet in the category of Best New Project over $10 million. Formed in 1952, the CBC is a networking organization that consists … Continue reading KBE Wins Top Honors For AFRC
June 25, 2012ST. MARY’S CITY, Md., June 25, 2012 — James Schloss, Project Manager at KBE Building Corporation, recently awarded an Environmental Studies Scholarship funded by KBE to Elizabeth Marie Josephine Lee of Narrangansett, Rhode Island, a student at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. This award, which is funded for four years at the College, provides a $2,500 … Continue reading St. Marys College Student Wins $2,500 Scholarship