Educational – Iversen Construction has been heavily involved with construction, reconstruction and remodeling of buildings on the campuses of the school districts and local colleges throughout central and western New York since the 1950s.

Elliot Field & Field House Boswell Field – Hobart & William Smith College, Geneva, NY
Boswell Field and Elliott Field House Renovation transformed the facilities for these colleges athletic teams.

Canandaigua Central School District, Canandaigua, NY
To complete district-wide alterations. Work to be done at Academy, Middle and Primary/Elementary Schools includes alterations to create security entrances with new aluminum store fronts, and removal of existing doors and replacement with new doors, frames and hardware. The work was designed by Young & Wright Architectural of Buffalo, NY.

Penn Yan Central School, Penn Yan, NY
Undertook renovations to its elementary, middle and high school buildings including some site improvements, masonry repairs, entrance replacements and installation of high-grade NORA corridor flooring.


Hampton Inn, Penn Yan, NY
Iversen Construction completed construction of a new 52,400 sq. ft., 72-Room lakeside Hampton Inn on the north shore of Keuka Lake in Penn Yan, the heart of the Finger Lakes Wine area, and adjacent to Sarrasin’s Restaurant.

Hampton Inn, Geneva, NY
A 55 guest room Hampton Inn was built in Geneva, NY – gateway to the Finger Lakes Wine Trail.

Ramada Inn, Geneva Lakefront
Construction of the Ramada Inn Geneva Lakefront that opened in May, 1997.

Comfort Inn, Farmington, NY
Iversen Construction developed the site and constructed this 60-room, wood framed hotel with exercise room and attached indoor pool.

Historic Restoration

Smith Opera House, Geneva, NY
This project include a restoration of this historical building’s exterior facade, internal finishes and seat upholstery.
This project also included updating electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems in this building originally constructed in 1894.

Birkett Landing, Penn Yan, NY
Renovation of Birkett Mills to convert the existing buildings into 13 apartments and rentable tenant space at the outlet water level of the building lot.

Centennial Center for Leadership – Hobart & William Smith College, Geneva, NY
Completed a historic rehabilitation and addition to a certified historic structure owned by Hobart and William Smith Colleges.


Housing for Homeless Veteran’s
Finger Lakes Community Development Corp., a subsidiary of the Geneva Housing Authority, negotiated with Iversen Construction to develop a rental community for low income family housing on a 6 ½ acre campus just north of the city of Canandaigua. The project provides 48 two- and three-bedroom apartments in 5 buildings with a community building for group activities. Occupancy is to begin in the first quarter of 2017.

Quail Summit Community for Seniors, Canandaigua, NY
We managed the construction of this affordable Senior Housing community designed for the aging middle-income population.

Student Dorm Renovation – Hobart & William Smith College, Geneva, NY
In this renovation, we addressed several interior renovations including to the dorm, kitchen, laundry room, bathrooms, and new lobby area. We also performed several exterior renovations including the front entry and window replacements.

Conversion of Student Housing to Published Author’s Housing – Hobart & William Smith College, Geneva, NY
In this project we renovated existing student housing as well as housing for a published author including the addition of a lecture room.


Renovation of Town Hall, Town of Hopewell, NY
The new structure added a basement for record storage, and a more energy-efficient designed building. The design is a replica of the original structure.

Gorham Town Hall, Gorham, NY
the town offices and court were operating out of a fifty-year old facility and were greatly in need of additional spaces. Iversen Construction was hired to evaluate the impacts of building on a new site, or adding to the existing facilities. Based on costs and relocation impacts, the Town Board chose to add a masonry addition providing new town offices and an expanded Town Court facility. Energy conservation improvements and an energy efficient HVAC system have reduce energy consumption costs to less than the previous costs for double the space. The design accommodates future expansion when required.