Founded in 1837 in Rochester, NY, The Pike Company is now one of the 50 largest construction management firms in the United States, and a leading provider of Design-Build services in upstate New York. Innovators from the start, Pike is known for its “firsts”:
• 1927 - Pike built the Rochester Savings Bank, which was the first historical landmark declared in the city.
• 1929 - The Pike Company built the first medical office building in Rochester.
• 1962 - Pike built Midtown Plaza, the first indoor urban mall in the United States.
• 2007 – Pike provided construction management services on Rochester’s Water Operations Center, which was the first LEED Gold-certified building in Rochester and the first municipal building in New York State to earn LEED Gold certification.
In keeping with the company’s spirit of innovation, Pike was also an early adopter of the Design-Build project delivery method, spearheading design-build projects starting in the early 1990s.
Today, Pike continues to be a valued Design-Build partner both locally and across the state. Currently the company is working on four large Design-Build contracts in Western and Central New York:
• Rochester Institute of Technology, Global Village Expansion
• NYSDOT Train Station
• Regional Transit Service – Transit Center Project
• Anheuser-Busch Companies Variety Pack Warehouse