“Our team is committed to delivering quality work on budget and on-time, and making construction easier for project managers and property owners.” Craig A. Sweitzer, CEO and Manager
What to expect
Experts in specialized construction
Our customers rely on us to be knowledgeable – with the experience to guide their construction project. Our team is skilled in specialized construction, including medical gas installation and licensing and hospital infection control guidelines. We are experienced in ground-up construction and renovating existing buildings and often remodel existing spaces in phases allowing practices to remain open with minimal disruption.
We partner with customers in constructing:
- Dental Facilities
- General and cosmetic
- Oral surgery
- Medical Facilities
- Hospital administrative offices
- Urgent care centers
- GP and specialty private practices
- Specialty pharmacy
- Commercial office and retail spaces
- High-tech industrial interiors and clean rooms
- Higher education building renovations
- Performing arts center
- Dormitory upgrades
- Administrative offices
Partnership with customers
We are proud of the trust that customers place in our capabilities and respect the financial and time commitment they make in facilities. Sweitzer Construction can take an idea for new construction or a renovation project from initial concept to occupancy.
Complete planning and construction services
Construction projects generally start with an idea, a need to fill, or a deficiency to correct. Often an architect, or an equipment supplier in dental facilities, draws plans for the project. Sweitzer is positioned to offer competitive pricing on designed project plans.
Our team also works with customers before plans are drawn to help develop a feasible and attractive project. We listen to conceptual ideas, discuss layout and design options, and provide budgets for project financing. Sweitzer conducts reviews of zoning, water, sewer, and roadway requirements and offers architectural and engineering services. We represent customers in pre-construction interactions with local and state permitting authorities and secure necessary permits.
Sweitzer Construction is a second generation family-owned business started by Craig Sweitzer in 1980. Our team of architects, designers, carpenters, electricians, HVAC technicians, and plumbers have worked with us for years and are a well-oiled machine. We are licensed, insured and bondable.
Established subcontractor partners
Craig Sweitzer & Co has an experienced team of architects, designers, carpenters, electricians, HVAC technicians, and plumbers who have worked with us for years. We are licensed, insured and bondable.
The leadership team
Craig Sweitzer originally from Whippany, New Jersey, attended Western New England College and settled in Monson, Massachusetts. He has been a member of the municipal planning board since 1984, serving as its chairman for over 20 years. This service has given Craig notable experience in working with local and state permit granting authorities. Craig started his career as a tradesman with a local contractor before opening his own company.
He enjoys complex and specialized construction and values his long-standing relationship with customers and suppliers. Craig has a deep knowledge base ranging from demolition to building sophisticated controlled environments.
Brian is a 2010 graduate of Boston University. He joined the company in 2011 and is a project manager and foreman, overseeing all aspects of the job from overseeing subcontractors to organizing workflow and coordinating with customers.
Mike joined the business in 2013 after graduating from Iona College. Michael is a project manager and foreman and is responsible for pre-construction development including municipal zoning and permitting reviews.
Baystate Health Systems Residents House Move
The Springfield Preservation Trust recognized the Pratt Street house move project with a Preservation Award in April of 2017. Sweitzer Construction was excited to be the GC in saving and relocating the historic house from 257 Marvin Street to 35 Pratt Street in order to provide Baystate the real estate needed for a new Cogeneration Power Plant. The building houses medical students and resident physicians. As captured by the lead engineer on the project from Baystate Health Systems, “for everyone involved in this house move, it was a fun, exciting and rewarding project.”