Yearly Archives: 2015

Dec
22
Duralee moves into 49 Wireless Boulevard

TRITEC Real Estate Company, Inc. is pleased to announce that Duralee has moved into 14,762 sq. ft. of space at 49 Wireless Boulevard, Hauppauge NY. The 86,500 sq. ft. office building, 49 Wireless Boulevard, is located in Hauppauge Industrial Park and is now 100% occupied. An established company with a fresh, young perspective on design, Duralee has continuously expanded their extensive

Dec
21
Winter is Coming!

During the winter months, prevention and preparation are key for properties, job sites and employees. When winter hits the hope is to have a heated site where employees are working mostly indoors, but this is not always possible. Frank Gray, of TRITEC Building Company, was asked to provide some tips on worker and site safety during wet, cold weather: Maintain safe ingress, egress and

Nov
23
Big Apple Visual Group moves to 45 Gilpin Avenue

TRITEC Real Estate Company, Inc. is pleased to announce that Big Apple Visual Group has signed a lease for 10,000 sq. ft. of industrial space at 45 Gilpin Avenue, a 172,000 sq. ft. industrial property, which is part of TRITEC’s portfolio in the Hauppauge Industrial Park. Big Apple Visual Group specializes in all types of architectural, way finding, and retail signage. Specializing in custom

Nov
12
Have fun, Win, Be nice with Ashley Dominguez

For a couple of months this summer I was able to have the opportunity to intern at TRITEC Real Estate Co. and the experience was nothing short of inspirational. During my time at TRITEC I was able to learn and gain experience that I would have not gained elsewhere. I was able to join my mentor, Christopher Kelly on meetings, visit job sites and learn first hand what he and other employees of

Nov
09
What kind of roof is on your building?

If the roof on your warehouse is not white you may want to consider making a change. A white roof is proven to be better for the environment because it reduces the “Heat Island Effect” by reflecting heat back to the atmosphere. If all urban, flat roofs in warm climates were whitened, the resulting 10% increase in global reflectivity would offset the warming effect of 24 Gigatons of

Nov
04
Can Real Estate Development Benefit The Environment?

Smart Growth & Sustainable Redevelopment Historically, employing “green” techniques in real estate development seemed unattainable. Contrary to the belief that new development will add to our environmental headache, many of TRITEC’s new developments can be the start of a cleaner, healthier Long Island. Modern-day construction practices and innovative building plans are

Oct
05
Congratulations to Stephen DePasquale!

Congratulations to TRITEC Vice President Martin DePasquale’s son Stephen, on passing his PGA Playing Ability Test (PAT); on his first try!  For those of you who don’t know, the PAT is a measure of golfing ability.  It means PGA Professionals have the skills needed to teach and grow the game, and by passing, Stephen can now become a PGA Professional when he graduates from college.

Sep
30
Securing a construction sites for extreme weather

It is imperative to maintain a clean and safe site during construction but the need is magnified during extreme weather events. It is in the best interest of the job and the surrounding community that all practicable steps to protect the health and safety of the workers and the institutions surrounding the site. Ken Abrami Vice President of Operations for TRITEC said “All parties involved

Aug
17
It’s Not Just Free Ice cream!

Tenant retention is a huge aspect of property management. As tenant retention ultimately equates to revenue and asset value retention, it basically tells you how satisfied your customer is with your product. If your tenant isn’t satisfied, then it is unlikely that your property will be occupied. The physical condition of your property is crucial. To remain competitive, the physical condition of

Aug
05
Have Fun, Win, Be Nice

TRITEC has been a major part of my life ever since I can remember. From attending the annual "Christmas Party" each December, to volunteering at Montauk We Hope, I have been around this company constantly for the past nineteen years. However, it was not until this past summer that I actually understood what my dad, uncles, grandfather, and their colleagues do on a day-to-day basis and