News & Press

LEED’s Certificate of completion

Iversen Construction Corporation has recently completed construction of the Liberty Apartments located in Canandaigua, New York, consisting of 48 apartment units and a community building while working with developer, Finger Lakes Community Development Corp., to meet their mission to be able to provide affordable housing for Homeless Veterans in the local area. During the construction process Iversen Construction play a major role in meeting and obtaining the LEED 2008 HOMES GOLD CERTIFICATION. Fulfilling the requirements of the LEED GREEN BUILDING RATING SYSTEM CERTIFCATION established by the U.S. Green Building Council and Verified by Green Business Certification.

Waiting list at Canandaigua Development points to need for veteran housing

CANANDAIGUA: A 48-unit low-income housing complex for homeless or disabled veterans set to break ground this fall in the town should help relieve a waiting list at Cadence Square. Cadence Square, a housing development offering low-income and at-risk veterans varying levels of support, opened on the campus of the Canandaigua VA Medical Center in early 2014. The development was filled up within a few months of opening and continues to have a waiting list, said Bill Fox, director of treatment services at the Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling & Referral Agency (FLACRA), the lead agency in the Cadence Square partnership with the Canandaigua VA. (The Daily Messenger: May 18, 2015)

Ground is broken for waterfront Hampton Inn

PENN YAN: A warm breeze blew off Keuka Lake Monday morning as Chris Iversen, investors, and supporters celebrated the ground-breaking for the new Hampton Inn that will be built between the village owned Firemen’s Field and Top of the Lake Restaurant. To the north of the ground-breaking, heavy equipment was already moving dirt, and Iversen said he’s looking forward to hosting a grand opening a year from now. (The Chronicle Express: May 12, 2015)

Waterfront Hampton Inn Groundbreaking set for Monday

PENN YAN: Keuka Lake Hotel LLC received final site plan approval at the Penn Yan Planning Board’s meeting Monday, May 4. Developer Chris Iversen will be celebrating with a ceremony on the site of the proposed Hampton Inn Penn Yan, at 110 Mace St., on the north end of Keuka Lake. (The Chronicle Express: May 10, 2015)