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Bencardino Excavating Hired to Work on Philadelphia University RavenHill Campus Project

Philadelphia University brought Bencardino Excavating on board to handle electrical work throughout the campus

2010-09-25
DOYLESTOWN, PA, September 25, 2010 (Press-News.org) Bencardino Excavating, a professional excavating company that serves the Philadelphia region including Bucks and Montgomery counties, was hired by Philadelphia University to complete work at its Northwest Philadelphia RavenHill Campus.

Founded in 1884, Philadelphia University brought Bencardino Excavating on board to handle electrical work throughout the campus. The Bencardino crew input new electrical duct bank feeds throughout the campus and tunneled underneath campus hallways to upgrade all electrical power conduits. Randy Fluck served as the Bencardino Excavating foreman for the project.

"During our 21 years in business, we have executed several projects for Philadelphia University all involving extensive electrical work and we continue with the Ravenhill Campus," said Lou Bencardino, owner of Bencardino Excavating and project manager. "It is always a pleasure taking on local jobs and supporting our Greater Philadelphia-area community."

Philadelphia University is a private institution of higher learning committed to providing an experiential education and is recognized as a leader in the architecture, design, engineering, business, textiles, and health and sciences fields. It is conveniently located 15 minutes Northwest of Center City Philadelphia and has a satellite campus in Bucks County.

Bencardino Excavating is an excavating company committed to delivering the highest level of performance and quality to their clients. Louis Bencardino is a highly skilled excavation and site work contractor who has an experienced team of project managers, foremen, construction professionals and crafts people. The company specializes in complete site work services including, construction, excavation, electrical, demolition, asphalt paving, and final finish work.

Bencardino Excavating was founded in 1988 by Lou Bencardino, and serves clients in Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey including Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware, Camden, Mercer and Gloucester Counties. Bencardino Excavating has worked with airports, helipads, schools, banks, corporate facilities, and more, in a wide array of industries including commercial and residential development, pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology, utilities, education and retail. Among its clients are Bovis Lend Lease, T.N. Ward Company, Daniel J. Keating, Harkins Builders, H.B. Frazer Company, Emory Hill and Company, A.T. Chadwick Company, Carr and Duff, Scungio Borst, St. Joseph's University, Temple University, Philadelphia University, Princeton University, PennDOT, Keating Building and Merck & Co. For more information, visit http://www.bencardino.com or call (215) 244-6000.

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[Press-News.org] Bencardino Excavating Hired to Work on Philadelphia University RavenHill Campus Project
Philadelphia University brought Bencardino Excavating on board to handle electrical work throughout the campus