Dallastown-based Tri-Boro Construction Supplies is being acquired by a Virginia-based construction supply group.
White Cap LP has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Tri-Boro Construction Supplies, a concrete accessories and construction supply company with locations in Dallastown and Carlisle.
Upon the completion of the transaction, which Tri-Boro Construction Supplies said will be within 30 to 60 days of Tuesday’s agreement, it will become part of the White Cap suite of brands and branches.
“We are excited to bring new capabilities and product depth to help deliver exceptional service and solutions for our customers, while also growing with the talent of this experienced team,” said John Stegeman, CEO of White Cap.
Dallastown is the latest site for a Vessel Technologies’ production facility.
Located at 400 East Locust Street, the York County facility has created 10 new jobs. Vessel Technologies stated in a company release that plans are to increase the number of employees in the months ahead.
“Our factory in Dallastown is a big part of our plan,” said Vessel Founder and CEO Neil Rubler, “allowing us to pioneer the creation of 21st century components that come together precisely and efficiently to create an outstanding and desirable product on almost any size site. Innovation drives us and is at the heart of this facility.”
Prefabricating key elements in Dallastown, Vessel can perform onsite work to craft components to deal with the national housing crisis. The York facility is producing custom components that Vessel will assemble at each new building location. Components crafted in Vessel Dallastown will next be used in the assembly of Vessel New London, CT.
Based in New York City, Vessel is on track to deliver hundreds of apartments across the Northeast this year. Rubler said in a statement that the success of his company will come from “pioneering new technologies, methodologies, materials, designs, and structures” to help repair the housing economy and provide quality homes at affordable prices.
Vessel Technologies has over 10 projects under development throughout the Northeast. The housing product company plans to start additional projects in the next year as it continues to partner with local communities like Dallastown.
Vessel Technologies was founded in 2017 and according to a company release is “focused on reimagining the apartment building as a consumer product by creating exciting, sustainable, and user-centric housing at attainable prices.”
Hanover-based Burkentine Builders plans to break ground this summer on Hudson Ridge, a 454 townhome complex in York Township, York County.
Slated for a late 2020 or early 2021 opening, the complex will have 320 townhomes for purchase and 134 for lease, the company wrote in a press release.
Hudson Ridge will be in the Dallastown School District at 622 Chapel Church Road, Red Lion. The townhouses are expected to feature up to four , a one car garage and two and half baths.
“Our goal on this project is for people in the area who want a small town, country feel in a private neighborhood with quick access to major routes for an easy commute to area businesses and attractions,” Burkentine Builders said in a statement.
The townhouses are already available for pre-lease and pre-purchase.