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Alexander Wolf & Son collects Construction Legacy Award

Alexander Wolf and Son, general contractor and construction manager, was selected to receive The New York Construction Legacy Award.

The New York Construction awards recognize construction, design (architecture & engineering) and development

industry leaders and honors as a select group of growing and innovative companies.

DANIEL BERNSTEIN

The awards were presented by Anchin, Block & Anchin, in cooperation with the New York Building Congress (NYBC), the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York), the American Institute of Architects – New York Chapter (AIA New York), the Subcontractors Trade Association (STA) and Willis Towers Watson.

Alexander Wolf and Son principal Daniel Bernstein said, “We are one of the oldest continuously owned andprivately held builders in New York City. From our humble roots in 1905 on the Lower East Side to our current

location in midtown Manhattan, we have grown to become a leader in the New York renovation market and

appreciate this recognition. My grandfather would be proud.”

AW&S principal Peter Bernstein added, “We are proud and honored to receive this award. It validates what we

believe to be unique about AW&S; longevity, relationships and hard work. This pertains not only to our long list of loyal clients but to our employees as well.”

“It is such an honor to recognize and celebrate the companies that have achieved great success in the A/E/C

industries,” added Phillip Ross, partner and leader of the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry Groups at Anchin, Block & Anchin.

“Congratulations to Alexander Wolf & Son for their hard work and dedication to New York City and for making such a difference in these industries.”

Alexander Wolf & Son is a fourth-generation family business founded in 1905.

The company’s founder was a native New Yorker who grew up on the Lower East Side and got his start in the construction field as a mason.

Responding to the needs of a growing city in the post-war boom, Alexander and his son Charles broadened the firm’s services to general contracting and construction management and
in the process earned a reputation for integrity and dependability.

In the 1970s, the firm’s leadership expanded to include
Alexander’s grandsons, Daniel Bernstein and Richard Wolf..

Today, the company has a record of creative problem solving and project success from institutional, corporate and not-for-profit clients.

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