This is evident in some of our most mission-critical projects, whether it’s helping to manage the donor campaign for a young girl’s memory garden or working alongside the Haudenosaunee to complete the Onondaga Nation Pavilion in time for the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, the Olympics of box lacrosse. We have helped provide the essential structures for many thriving communities and events across our region. More importantly, we have done so with our neighbors and clients to better serve those that may have philanthropic or culturally-specific goals.
Our clients are our neighbors. As a family-owned company, the importance of these projects and the relationships we build around them are stories we remember and pass down for generations.
Community Project News
Beautify Berwyn Project Hueber-Breuer will soon be deploying its team of helping hands by providing revitalizing resources to their neighbors on Berwyn Avenue. There will be a new sidewalk, tree trimming, shrubbery removal and/or new plantings, and a trash removal...
Expo Center Opens to Fairgoers!
The Great New York State Fair opened yesterday with the public's introduction to the newest structure on the fairgrounds. The Exposition Center, an HBP Venture (Hueber-Breuer Construction and The Pike Company) project, welcomed regional and state representatives,...
A Dream Build | Onondaga Community College
The work at #ThePavilion, the Onondaga Nation lacrosse practice facility, continues to add value in the lives of two project workers: Vern Abrams and Andrew Kenneally. We are pleased whenever our partnerships with owners and developers go beyond erecting a facility....
Lakeview Amphitheater, The Next Big Thing
The schedule for the new Lakeview Amphitheater has been fast and filled with curiosity. The $100 million pledge to clean up Onondaga Lakeside made way for the 17,500-seating music venue expected to add entertainment and revenue to the Central New York economy. “It’s...
See inside the old church that’s the Syracuse Samaritan Center’s new home (photos)
Hueber-Breuer, whose workers have often volunteered at the Samaritan Center, handled the construction. Architect Jim Miller, of Dalpos Architects, did the design....
Western NY National Cemetery
NBT Bank Stadium
NYS Fairgrounds Exposition Center
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Community Library of DeWitt & Jamesville
Onondaga Nation Pavilion – Tsha’ Thoñ’ nhes
East Area YMCA
WCNY Offices and Studio
Fayetteville Memory Garden
Landmark Theatre Stage Expansion
Holy Cross Church
Founded in 1872 and currently managed by the fifth and sixth generation, Hueber Breuer Construction Co., Inc. is presently the largest, continuously operating, family-owned General Construction and Construction Management company in Central New York.
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