(PRWEB) June 28, 2013
Simplex has a new product called SIM-FLEX student housing that can be built incrementally as project absorption increases. This allows for just-in-time delivery on very tight time frame projects.
A recent Simplex project for Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania is a perfect example of SIM-FLEX. Marywood challenged Simplex to work with their architects and engineers to construct 100 bed townhouse style units consisting of 27,450 square feet of living space. Further, the project had to be turned around during the University’s summer break. Using the SIM-FLEX approach to turnkey construction, Simplex delivered first class housing within 75 days – meeting the timetable while surpassing the customer’s quality expectations.
About Bielat Santore & Company:
Barry Bielat is president of Bielat Santore & Company, a New Jersey based real estate development firm that over the last thirty (30) years has entitled and financed, in various credit markets and multiple industries, over one and a half billion dollars in residential and commercial real estate projects. An affiliate, BSC Clean Energy merges technology and capital structure to create optimal renewable energy finance solutions for investment grade corporations, governmental entities and educational institutions.
Simplex is a 42-year-old, family owned and run modular innovator, with two state-of-the-art production facilities offering BSC all the necessary Design & Construction and services to develop a portfolio of student housing. Nationally recognized for both quality construction as well as for GREEN building methods, Simplex also builds commercial buildings, light industrial buildings, architecturally significant structures as well as multi-family and single family homes across all price points.
For more information contact Tony Spinozza, Simplex Industries Director of Business Development at 1-(800)-233-4233 or visit at http://www.SimplexHomes.com