HSC Builders & Construction Managers specializes in managing the construction of technical facilities and logistically complex projects that require careful planning and meticulous execution. HSC serves clients in healthcare, pharmaceutical & biotechnology, higher education, science & technology, corporate, museums, and energy & infrastructure. Clients can expect exceptional service for preconstruction, construction management, design-build, design-assist, and IPD projects. Since 1988, the firm has served clients in the Mid-Atlantic region including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Beyond being expert builders, HSC strives to be an industry leader in areas of VDC, BIM, Lean construction, sustainability/LEED, feasibility & master plans, and safety.

Sector Expertise


Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology

Higher Education

Science & Technology


Museum & Historic

Energy & Infrastructure

News & Press

ENR-NY Top Contractor List

HSC hits the Engineering News-Record’s Top Contractors list. HSC lands #4 in the R&D category while ranking #45 in the overall New Jersey | New York region. HSC’s success is a result of our diligence in delivering high quality work and developing delighted clients. We are especially proud to be a leader in the pharmaceutical […]

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Abramson Grand Opening

The Abramson Center’s Senior Care facility at Lankenau Hospital celebrated a grand opening. HSC partnered with Perkins Eastman and AKF Group on the successful completion of the facility. The renovations on the 4th and 5th floors included patient rooms, rehab gym, reception, lounges, dining area, kitchenette, nurses station, and multi-purpose and support spaces.  

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Penn Museum’s Sphinx Move

The Penn Museum’s 12.5-ton sphinx had a monumental 300-foot journey. Hundreds of spectators watched the 3,000-year-old sphinx move from its 1926 Lower Egyptian Gallery perch to a new location at the main entrance. HSC Builders was pleased to partner with Penn and vital trade partners in this three-day, high-tech maneuver – part of the museum’s […]

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