The team at HB Cornerstone collectively, and Dave Crowe individually, will be honored by the Rochester Business Journal on October 23, in the publication’s yearly Leaders in Construction Awards.
HB Cornerstone will receive the Project Manager Award, while Dave and his DJC Architecture firm will be honored as one of the area’s top architects. HB Cornerstone was started in 2004 by Harris Beach under the vision and leadership of Dave Crowe, AIA and has grown to 13 employees.
The Leaders in Construction Awards celebrate individuals and companies working to change the landscape of the Rochester region through design, construction, project management and more.
The Project Manager recognition honors HB Cornerstone for its work overseeing the planning, design, and construction of many significant and transformative projects in the Rochester area, including the recent expansion of The Strong, an ambitious project playing an integral role in the redevelopment of downtown Rochester.
The Strong’s $75-million project added 90,000 square feet to the already renowned museum, including a 24,000-square-foot interactive gallery known as ESL Digital Worlds. HB Cornerstone also oversaw creation of the eye-catching 1,000-car parking structure.
HB Cornerstone has an extensive portfolio of work demonstrating its project management and owner representation capabilities across Western New York. This includes projects such as the St. James Hospital in Hornell; the Lake House Hotel and Resort in Canandaigua; Constellation Brands Inc. Headquarters in Victor; the Jewish Home tower and campus expansion in Brighton; University of Rochester Wilmot Cancer Center, the RGRTA Transit Center, the Finger Lakes Welcome Center in Geneva; the Schottland YMCA in Pittsford; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Rowing Boathouse in Buffalo; and now underway, Constellation Brands World Headquarters within the Aqueduct Building Campus in downtown Rochester.
Dave is being recognized for architectural accomplishments across his career. He has more than 35 years’ experience as a licensed Architect and project manager, and has been responsible for the planning, design and execution of multiple construction projects throughout New York state and across Canada.
Dave was architect on many significant local projects, including, the New York Wine and Culinary Center (now the NY Kitchen), Constellation Brands Inc. Headquarters in Victor, the Finger Lakes and Hudson Valley NYS Welcome Centers, Butler Till Corporate offices in downtown Rochester, many projects at CMAC Performing Arts Center, and now underway, the Constellation Brands World Headquarters within the Aqueduct Building Campus in downtown Rochester.
In addition, Dave has been the architect for all Harris Beach law offices since 2000, developing the unique architectural look and style of the firm for more than 20 offices, including 99 Garnsey Road and NYC World Trade Center Tower 2 / 85th floor.
Winners of this year’s Construction Awards will be honored at a gala on Oct. 23 at the Hyatt Regency. Read more about the winners at the RBJ website.