From Business Today:
The city's only union boilermaker is hard at work making a huge boiler it will ship to Chicago in November. Nicolson & Hall Corp. on Ganson Street a 1,099,000-pound boiler for ArcelorMittal, which will make steam at its plant. There are 30 boilermakers working on the $2 million project, which will be shipped by lake freighter.
The company opened in 1922, when boilers were in high demand. But using coal to heat water has fallen out of favor, so the boilermaker industry has slowed dramatically.
A Wheatfield developer has two new projects under its belt.
Calamar Construction cut the ribbon on a $10 million senior housing complex on Weiss Avenue in Orchard Park this month. Eagle Crest Senior Village has 90 one- and two-bedroom units from residents ages 60 and over.
Calamar also finished the Tuscarora Indian Nation House, a 38,000-square-foot multi-use wood frame building. It will primarily be used as a medical and community center on the Tuscarora Indian Nation. Calamar worked in conjunction with URS Corp. and the Tuscarora Indian Nation on the project.
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