Electric vehicles and logistics are highlights of recent projects by Stone Creek Construction

An electric vehicle training facility and ready-for-lease logistics building are two recently completed projects by Stone Creek Construction Group, according to Michael Bruno, president of the Matawan-based company.

The design-build project for Volvo Car USA is the new, state-of-the-art Volvo Cars America Technical and Training Center. Located in Mahwah, the building is LEED Gold Certified, featuring solar panels and high-efficiency HVAC system, and housing a multi-vehicle workshop and classrooms. The facility will be the central point for Volvo’s electric vehicle training activity in the Western Hemisphere, as Volvo service technicians learn the latest diagnostic and service techniques.

“Volvo is in its transition to an all-electric brand by 2030,” Bruno said.  “This new facility is an important step they have taken in supporting that goal.” The training center is located on the same campus as the Volvo Cars America headquarters building and the area is also being outfitted with 50 electric vehicle charging stations for employees and visitors.

The second project was the demolition and transition of a manufacturing and warehouse facility into a logistics building for Dermody Properties. Located at 50 Knickerbocker Road in Moonachie, the 70,000+ square foot building is in a coveted location 15 miles from Newark International Airport. Stone Creek Construction Group handled both interior and exterior renovations to the property including repaving of the truck court and parking areas, all new dock packages, and fully renovated office space.