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The holiday season is a time to spread joy and cheer to your family, friends, and community. A little generosity can go a long way, especially during the holiday season. This year Landau participated in the Wexford Healthcare Center's Adopt a Resident program, providing holiday gifts to residents in need.  Gifts were collected and assembled in our front lobby from December 2nd-19th and delivered to the nursing home on December 20th. We hope the residents enjoyed their gifts and that we could make their day a little brighter.

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January 2020                                                           Issue 31
WVU Medicine
 Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute

The WVUM (West Virginia University Medicine) Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute Center for Innovation is officially a finalist for the MBA Renovation Construction Over $10 Million building excellence award!  Landau was the Construction Manager, working closely with architect IKM on this challenging, fast-track project. The Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, or RNI, building houses the latest technology and equipment in order to continue the advancement of brain research and treatment, including Alzheimer's Disease, opioid addiction, and human performance. Renovations included an atrium addition/expansion with new elevators, lobby, administrative offices, and second-floor extension. Other work on the three floors included human performance research, state-of-the-art fitness center, flotation rooms, cryostimulation therapy, light therapy, virtual reality research, sleep pods, and MRI suites.

Winners of the Building Excellence Awards will be announced at the MBA Evening of Excellence on Thursday, February 27th at Heinz Field.

In Pittsburgh:
UPMC Passavant LINAC


Landau completed the UPMC Passavant Hospital LINAC replacement this past December. The existing LINAC space was demolished and replaced. Work included renovations to the control room and  a nearby office was reconfigured  to make room for an equipment room and housekeeping. The architect was Stantec.

In West Virginia:
L eidos

Built as a design-build project, Marks-Landau co mpleted a  ground up 30,000 SF flex office building for Leidos, a defense, aviation, information technology, and biomedical research company that provides technology and IT services across a broad range of sectors. Cost-effective methods were used, including a pre-engineered metal building. The modern design includes open work areas and employee lounge with video games, island, kitchen, refrigerators, and skylights. Outside amenities include a basketball court and outside patio with huge pergola s and dining space. Construction was completed in 11 months. AE services were provided by Desmone Architects and Allen & Shariff.

Words of Wisdom... 

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
-Winston Churchill