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Sumitomo taps Cauldwell Wingate to build White Plains office

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), a Japanese multinational banking and financial services company, has tapped Cauldwell Wingate to complete a 101,411 s/f construction project at One North Lexington Avenue, an office complex in White Plains, New York.

Cauldwell Wingate has been contracted to provide pre-construction services and the build-out of a new office space at this location – which will become a new office hub for SMBC.

The interior commercial renovations will also include renovations to offices, amenity spaces, and a data center with a mission critical system.

“Cauldwell Wingate has been Sumitomo’s Construction Manager on various projects since 2003,” said Cauldwell Wingate president & CEO Steve Jureller.

“We are excited to continue this relationship and build a modern commercial space that the Sumitomo team will be proud to use every day. Providing construction services for over a century, our firm continues to build on its experience and has developed a positive reputation for working on many of New York’s most iconic buildings.”

Construction is set to begin early 2018 and with a tentative completion date of third quarter in 2018.

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