Projects

SUNY College at Buffalo Rehabilitation

Building 50, formerly known as the Ruslander Building, was built in 1953. It was used as a light manufacturing facility and was acquired by Buffalo State College in 2003.

The facility is a one story, steel building with approximately 89,000  square feet.  It has been used as a storage facility for many years, however, to provide for additional uses to support non-academic college services.  The 2015 renovations scope of work has also entailed the replacement of its roof and repair and painting of the exterior walls. The subsequent phase of the project included site-work improvements, new exterior spaces, and renovations to the warehouse and dock space.

Sienna provided the following scope of work for multiple projects in the building: 

  • Asbestos, Lead-Based Paint & Poly Chlorinated Biphenyls Inspections
  • Abatement Project Design
  • Microbial Investigation
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
Photos courtesy stepoutbuffalo.com