Cross Valley Credit Union: Wilkes-Barre, PA

Completed in late 2020, the Cross Valley Credit Union opened it’s latest branch located at the corner of Spring St. and Pine St. in Wilkes-Barre, PA. 

The new facility provides 1,600 square foot of branch space, along with three drive-through teller lanes.  The building is outfit with a full basement to maximize the building footprint. The structure comprises standard CMU basement foundation walls with a structural steel frame and metal stud framed facade.

KSG provided structural engineering for the new building.

 

Citymark Federal Credit Union: Wilkes-Barre, PA

In July 2021, Citymark Federal Credit Union held the Grand Opening for their latest branch located at 225 S. River St. in Plains, PA.  

KSG provided structural engineering for the new building.

Blue Ridge Trail Golf Course Clubhouse: Mountain Top, PA

Construction was completed on early 2020 on the Blue Ridge Trail Golf Clubhouse expansion project.  The project included a new exterior patio, major grand ballroom addition and renovations to the existing clubhouse.

KSG’s engineers provided structural engineering services for the project

Retro Fitness: Mount Olive, NJ

The complete gut renovation and build out of a new Retro Fitness in Mount Olive, NJ is complete.  This project involved the complete gut renovation of an existing grocery store, renovation and facade rebuild to house the new fitness center.

KSG’s engineers provided structural engineering services for the project including new RTU support/roof structure reinforcement, facade design and structural design for a new mezzanine system within the facility.

All photo credits: Retro Fitness – Mount Olive, NJ Facebook

Woodbine Street Retail: Sugarloaf Twp, PA

Construction was completed on a new 7,000 + square foot retail building in Sugarloaf Twp, PA.  The new building is located in a well developed retail area, close to hotels, restaurants and the Pennsylvania State University Hazelton campus.  

KSG’s engineers provided structural engineering services for the project

D&C Fuels: Tunkhannock , PA

In the Fall of 2019, D&C Fuels completed the build of their new sales office and fuel retail center located on busy Route 6 in Tunkhannock, PA.  This new facility is close to 6,000 square ft. and was constructed with a combination of structural steel and wood framing.

KSG’s engineers provided structural engineering services for the project.

 
 

Humane Society of Berks County: Reading, PA

This project involved the partial demolition of the existing Humane Society of Berks County building and construction of a new 8,000 sf facility.  The structure is designed and built with wood and steel framed supported via shallow concrete spread footings.

KSG provided structural engineering services for this project.

Best Cigar Prices: Drums, PA

Best Cigar Prices, of Drums, PA, has expanded their e-commerce cigar facility.  This new project included a 3,000 sf full access retail store and lounge addition to the existing 25,000 sf facility.

The addition super-structure consists of a hybrid of structural steel and cold-formed steel stud bearing walls and joists.  The foundation is supported via a shallow concrete spread footing system.

  

Mission BBQ : Wilkes-Barre Township, PA

This project is new standalone restaurant totaling 6,500 square feet.  The building structure is steel framed with w-shape rolled beams and columns, CMU walls and open web steel joists.  The building foundation is shallow concrete spread footing system bearing on sub-grade that has been improved via a Geopier rammed aggregate pier system.

Keystone Structural Group provided structural engineering design services for this project.

 

Arena Hub 2018 Tornado Rebuild: Wilkes-Barre, PA

On June 15, 2018 an EF2 tornado struck the heart of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania’s commerce center and caused at least $18 million dollars in damage.   The commercial hub is considered one of the busiest shopping centers in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Keystone Structural Group, in conjunction with Miller Rosentel Associates, were requested by the shopping center ownership team to conduct structural survey inspections, assessment reports, repair plans and specifications for recoverable buildings.  KSG’s engineers were able to quickly determine structural soundness of the damaged buildings and provide the shopping center owner with plans to rapidly repair and reopen. 

Damaged/Impacted businesses included:

  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • 5 Below 
  • Avenue Store
  • Eddie Bauer
  • Men’s Warehouse
  • Michaels
  • Oshkosh B’gosh
  • Petsmart
  • Staples
  • TJMaxx
  • Ulta Beauty