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July 30, 2015 11:57 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of Bette & Cring, LLC

Company Overview

Bette & Cring, LLC, doing business as Bette & Cring Construction Group, provides construction services for healthcare, educational, institutional, municipal, industrial, office, and retail design and construction industries in New York. It provides construction management services for various projects. Bette & Cring, LLC is based in Latham, New York.

22 Century Hill Drive

Suite 201

Latham, NY 12110-2128

United States

Phone:

518-213-1010

Fax:

518-213-1020

Key Executives for Bette & Cring, LLC

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Bette & Cring, LLC Key Developments

Bette & Cring, LLC Wins $7.6 Million Contract to Build New Nature Center at Robert Moses State Park in Massena from New York Power Authority

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) trustees have approved a $7.6 million contract to build a new nature center at Robert Moses State Park in Massena to replace a building that had been destroyed by fire five years ago. NYPA has been working with Friends of Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, state agencies and other local stakeholders to rebuild the facility. It falls under the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Recreation Plan for NYPA's St. Lawrence-FDR Power Project in Massena. NYPA awarded the construction contract to Bette & Cring, LLC of Watertown. The 9,400-square-foot, single-story building will include exhibit space, reflecting the four major habitats found within the park--wetland/marsh, river, woodlands and meadows as well as classrooms. It will also include office space for the Friends of Robert Moses State Park Nature Center, which will run the center, and serve as a trail send-out station and equipment rental depot. The facility will be constructed with green-building design features to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification. They include geothermal heat pumps for cooling and heating, outside air intake and heat recovery, a rainwater reclamation system, outside rain gardens, efficiency lighting systems and sustainable material selection to enhance indoor environmental quality. Construction is set to begin this summer and is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.

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