By: Daniel DeSantis | December 10, 2018 | Updated December 10:42AMThe National Association of Manufacturers and its Building Supply Council (BSCC) are getting in on the building supply game in a big way with a joint bid to buy and renovate the former Naugatuck’s building supply shop at 12th and Main Streets in New York’s Queens.
The BSMCC is a business that manufactures and supplies building supplies, and it is one of several firms that are looking to buy the former store.
The National Building Trades Union has filed paperwork with the BSMCB asking the BSNB to approve the deal.
“The BSNBs Board of Directors is pleased to welcome this joint bid for the renovation of the building at 12, Main St., in New Jersey, to benefit BSMB members and industry,” said Mike Gormley, president of the BsmCB, in a statement.
The BsmCC has already announced plans to renovate several buildings across the country, including the New York Times building in Brooklyn, the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Capitol in Washington. “
We look forward to welcoming these bidders to our offices and providing additional updates in the coming months.”
The BsmCC has already announced plans to renovate several buildings across the country, including the New York Times building in Brooklyn, the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
The BSM’s president, John Schulze, said in a recent press release that the building was “a vital hub for building supply for New York.”
The Naugaturuck’s location on the Lower East Side was the first building that was constructed on the site.
The building was originally occupied by an auto repair shop.
“In the last few years, the BSS has seen the demand for building supplies and other building products increase dramatically,” said the BsmbC in a press release.
“With the new headquarters in the borough, we have more space to provide the best in quality, service and value to our members, and to bring our local community a better experience.”
BsmbCB is also looking to partner with an office supply retailer to improve its inventory in the building.
The company is also seeking to partner up with the National Building Supply Alliance (NBSA) to offer more building supplies.
The NBSA has already been expanding its supply base across the nation, including in the Northeast.