Construction Services, LLC
During its six decades of leadership performance in the construction industry, MLB has delivered projects for Fortune 500 companies as well as small to medium-sized businesses and municipalities. These projects have included entertainment centers, hotels, restaurants, office buildings, correctional facilities, manufacturing and industrial facilities, residential complexes, water treatment facilities, parking garages, and museums. Our diverse project experience and exemplary performance make MLB a serious contender for projects that demand the most from your constructor.
Saratoga Springs City Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
Originally built by MLB in 1985, this $16 million construction project began in September 2009, and added 12,000 square feet to the original building. A more pronounced entry with large canopy, heated sidewalks, and stunning aluminum and glass façade, make the four-season center user friendly.
Times Union Center
Representing the focal point for downtown Albany rejuvenation, the 160,000 square foot, 17,000-seat Times Union Center is home to professional basketball and arena football franchises, as well as an Olympic size skating rink.
West Point Military Academy
Originally built as an early historic two-family residence, Building 109 was to be renovated back to its original grandeur and function as a Visitors Quarters. The goal of this renovation was to retain as much historical value as possible and to respect the public living areas, all while providing a high quality hotel environment.
Albany County Correctional Facility
MLB was responsible for the masonry and concrete portions of the 200 cell addition, including the procurement and installation of the precast concrete cell units. The quality and construction was recognized by the American Concrete Institute Awards Program.
Glens Falls National Bank
Glens Falls, NY
This 26,230 square foot building is constructed in the heart of the City of Glens Falls, and formerly housed the Madden Hotel. The overall design reflects a traditional architectural style that harmonizes with the surrounding historical downtown neighborhood.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES Fab 8 Module 1
Deemed, at that time as being one of the country’s largest construction projects, the GLOBALFOUNDRIES facility would later produce and manufacture computer chips. MLB was chosen as one of the first local contractors to begin work on the project and began pouring the foundations for the Fab and Spine building. 62,000 cubic yards of concrete was needed to support the massive 880,000 square foot, multi-story structure. In the end, more concrete was poured at GLOBALFOUNDRIES than at the new Yankee Stadium.
The Exploris Museum
The Exploris Museum is the world’s first global interactive museum and hands-on learning center for children and adults. This facility contains a use of materials including brick walls, glass, colored concrete, structural steel, an internal stream, and a terrazzo tile world map, as well as a 4 ton section of the Berlin Wall. The building reflects a very high quality of craftsmanship for which MLB has received special praise.
Adirondack Museum Visitor Center
Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Harsh weather conditions, high in the rugged Adirondack Mountains of New York State created an ambitious setting for this museum. The Adirondack cedar-clad style building was constructed using a combination of steel and heavy timber. The museum’s rare and treasured 32-foot long “Water Witch” Idem Class Racing Sloop, with its 34-foot high mast, greets Museum visitors as they enter the center.