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Kinsley renovating building in downtown York for new office

Kinsley Construction Inc., the midstate’s largest general contractor by revenue, is expanding its operations in York city.

The York Township-based company has started renovating a vacant building at 1110 E. Princess St. in the city for use as a new Kinsley office.

The 27,433-square-foot facility will initially be the home for about 100 employees in the company’s building division, including various levels of project leadership as well as administrative and marketing functions.

Kinsley did not disclose the cost of the renovation project, which is expected to wrap up by winter. The construction effort will include building multiple meeting rooms and creating an open floor plan with workspaces that include stand-up desks, as well as outdoor areas.

“This revitalized space provides room for growth outside of our headquarters on Water Street,” said Jon Kinsley, president and CEO at Kinsley Construction. “We have deep roots in York, so expanding some operations at our current location in the city was the only option we considered.”

The building was previously home to Acco Hoist, Graham Packaging, LSC Design (now known as Warehaus) and I.B. Abel Inc. The Kinsley family owns Warehaus, an architecture and design firm. Pat Kinsley, Jon’s brother, runs electrical contractor I.B. Abel.

Kinsley finished 2017 with $576.4 million in revenue, down from $590.7 million in 2016, according to Business Journal records.

 

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