INTECH Construction is a performance, technology, and client-driven general construction and construction management firm located in University City Philadelphia. Founded by Craig “Sab” Sabatino and Will Schwartz in 1986, the firm has evolved from its humble beginnings to become a major Philadelphia presence, constructing many prominent projects in the region. At the company’s founding, Will and Sab shared a belief that they could offer a distinctly different, service-oriented, personal approach to the construction industry, honoring the principles of craftsmanship, quality, and integrity. Over thirty years later, these values continue to guide INTECH’s philosophy and form the cornerstone of the company’s culture.

In 2012, INTECH added four new principals to its Executive Management team – Joe Kelly, Blaise Lutz, Dave Maguire, and Phil Moses. The involvement of these principals increases the level of personal accountability to each client, on every project. INTECH’s values continue to be deeply rooted in the shared belief that passionate principals, committed professionals, and unparalleled service form the foundation of the company’s success. The principals encourage the staff to work hard, to pay attention to details, and to follow through on every commitment. The INTECH team includes the highest level of expertise, skill, and experience. Dedicated to building trust and delivering excellence to their clients, the company continues to make a significant impact on the Philadelphia region and the Delaware Valley.

INTECH is proud to serve the area’s major academic and cultural institutions, the healthcare, hospitality, and business sectors, and private development. Their clients include the University of Pennsylvania and its Health System, Wexford Science + Technology, Parx Casino, Curtis Institute of Music, CBS Viacom, Philadelphia 76ers, Abington Memorial Hospital, CHOP, National Museum of American Jewish History, Kimpton Hotels, Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia, and many more. INTECH Construction recently completed the Museum of the American Revolution.