In the News
Panattoni Construction to build new manufacturing plant in Bolingbrook, IL
Panattoni Construction is set to begin on a 100,000-SF addition to the MacNeil Automotive Industries facility in Bolingbrook, IL. Read more at http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/suburbs/bolingbrook/ct-tl-0328-bolingbrook-plan-commission-meeting-20130327,0,2022475.story
Panattoni Construction breaks ground on a warehouse project for Panama City Port Authority
Panattoni Construction is expanding the geographical footprint for the Panama City Port Authority. The new warehouse will be 150,000-square-foot, and located 231 in north Panama City. Groundbreaking was held November 9, with members of the Panama City Port Authority and local dignitaries in attendance. Cost for infrastructure in and around the building site, including the building itself, is estimated at $11 million. The new “state-of-the-art” distribution warehouse will have 40 dock-height loading doors for product distribution with easy access to both rail and U.S. 231. Read more at http://www.newsherald.com/news/business/panama-city-port-authority-breaks-ground-on-warehouse-1.47364
Panattoni Construction Website panconinc.com Wins 2011 American Business Awards
Panattoni Construction's website panconinc.com won a Stevie of the American Business Awards. Arketi Group, a high-tech business-to-business public relations and digital marketing firm was named as well. The American Business Awards are the nation's premier business awards program. More than 2,800 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in more than 40 categories. Panattoni won in the website category. Finalist were chosen by business professionals nationwide during preliminary judging in April and May. Stevie Award winners will be selected from among the Finalists in each category by members of 10 specialized final judging committees. More than 150 executives participated in judging this year.
October 26, 2010
Thurston County plans to construct three buildings and remodel another at its road maintenance site near Tilley Road, to help centralize its public works and emergency management departments.
September 7, 2010
The Henry County Board of Commissioners, together with the SPLOST Department, Judges and City Officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Judicial Center Parking Deck on September 7th, officially opening it to the public.
For Fielders, There’s No Place Like Home
Lake County News
July 2, 2010
About 26 hours before the Lake County Fielders were scheduled to bid farewell to their temporary digs in Kenosha and actually become the Lake County Fielders, the left-field foul pole was hoisted into place at their permanent home off Route 173 and Green Bay Road.
A few hundred feet away, the right-field pole lay on the ground, waiting its turn. Elsewhere on the 23-acre site, crews added seating planks to bleachers, raked infield dirt and smoothed out sod that had been put in place over the past weekend.
Watching all from one of the three party decks assembled along the left-field line, team co-owner Rich Ehrenreich – wearing a Panattoni Construction helmet – said everyone was ready to pull an all-nighter…
Redmond News Daily
June 16, 2010
Panattoni Construction brings Swedish Medical Center to Redmond, Washington at 18100 Union Hill Road.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
May 26, 2010
Crews from Panattoni Construction earlier this month placed the last steel beam for Everett Community College's $24 million Student Health and Fitness Center. The 49,000-square-foot project is located off Broadway Street, near Everett Transit Center's College Station and the college's main campus.