I’ve worked at RSDC for seven years. I started out in the industry by working on concrete sidewalks when I was 18 years old with a contractor who built houses. Not long after that, I was working on bridges, parking garages and then buildings.
• What is the best business advice you’ve ever received?
Take advantage of any opportunity you are given and do the very best you can with it.
• What is the best part about the work you do?
More than ever, I like to teach others what I know and give them the opportunity to grow.
• Besides your smart phone, what’s your favorite tech gadget?
I use pdf writers to sketch out projects so we can bid them. I also like creating estimates with plan takeoff in estimating programs to develop projects. There’s a sense of satisfaction creating buildings from as little as an idea.
• Most days you’ll find me..?
Working with clients and our team to put budgets together. Visiting sites and looking for new opportunities.
About Royal Square Development & Construction:
Founder, Josh Hankey, began renovating buildings in the Central Business District of York, PA in 2009 with a mission to revitalize a focused area of the city. After securing and renovating most of the buildings on the square of Princess, Duke, King, and Queen Streets his efforts spread beyond the “Royal Square”.
Projects became larger and more complex requiring a staff experienced in this type of work.
In 2015, Damian Nagle took the reins of the construction company so Josh could continue development work with his new partner Dylan Bauer. Together they focused on historical restoration and mixed-use projects of larger blighted buildings in the city. As the mixed-use building inventory declined RSDC, as it became known, began working on various commercial buildings for clients in the south-central PA region.
Over the last seven years RSDC has been considered a leading design-build restoration general contractor and has amassed a large quantity of multi-million-dollar tax credit projects, restaurant fit-outs, and commercial builds.
Did You Know?
Approximately ninety-eight percent of the construction projects we do are design-build contracted.
Posted November 29, 2022