International Safety Group Announces Contract with CitiStructure to Provide Construction Safety Management at Warren Lofts
PURCHASE, N.Y., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — International Safety Group, (OTC BB: ISGI), an occupational risk management services company, today announced that it signed a contract to provide construction safety management at Warren Lofts at 37 Warren Street in New York, NY. International Safety Group will provide construction site safety management, safety engineering plans, OSHA and NYC DOB Scaffold training and fire protection supplies for the building.
The historic Tribeca loft building is 55,000-square-feet building and 135 feet high. The general contractor of the building is CitiStructure, LLC and the owner is BazBaz Development. More information on the building can be found at http://37warren.com/.
“We have worked with Michael Gianatasio in the past and we are very excited about all of the full service product lines ISG can offer CitiStructure on its existing and future projects” stated Ravi Reddy, President at CitiStructure. “ISG’s culture of quality and extreme focus on safety fits perfectly with our culture of doing each job “the right way” is what led us to choose them as the right partner for our projects.”
“I am pleased to announce this additional contract as we execute on our robust pipeline of new business,” stated Michael Gianatasio, President and CEO of International Safety Group. “This contract is another clear validator of our reputation in the industry and speaks highly toward the quality of our services as we continue to build on our momentum. I look forward to announcing additional contracts throughout the coming year.”
As General Contractor, Construction Manager or Design/Builder for interior renovation, architectural landmark preservation or constructing core and shell, CitiStructure has succeeded by building a solid relationship with its clients and Delivering Innovative Building Solutions.
We firmly believe that our time-tested philosophy of doing each job right the first time and providing good value to our clients is the true secret of our success. At CitiStructure, we’re not just great builders, we’re partners committed to adding value to your next project. CitiStructure has helped all its clients navigate the issues and enjoy the process of building. We not only deliver superior construction quality, but we put our clients first with ideas to save money, time and hassle.
CitiStructure’s workforce includes project managers, superintendents and specialized trades people. Our ability to self-perform trade work including our own millwork brings added value, timeliness and flexibility to our clients at favorable, competitive prices.
About Warren Lofts at 37 Warren St.
Welcome to the rebirth of a historic Tribeca loft building — a distinctive and prominent Art Deco icon at the corner of Warren and Church Streets. Originally the elegant and thriving headquarters of a prominent horticultural seed purveyor and exporter, Warren Lofts has been meticulously restored and thoroughly retrofitted to offer a limited collection of authentic luxury loft residences. A modern design aesthetic is carefully intertwined with the building’s original warehouse loft details, and new technology seamlessly integrated with quality natural materials, all accentuated with a palate of beautifully crafted artisanal finishes.
About International Safety Group
International Safety Group provides turnkey occupational risk management services, including construction safety, fire safety, training and supplies on major construction projects throughout New York City and the tri-state area. http://www.isafetygroup.com
This press release contains forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements for International Safety Group reflect current expectations, as of the date of this press release, and involve certain risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in these forward- looking statements as a result of various factors. Factors that could cause future results to materially differ from the recent results or those projected in forward-looking statements include the risks described in the International Safety Group’s reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission as well as general economic conditions and conditions in the construction markets.
SOURCE International Safety Group