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Driving south on the Connecticut turnpike, a stretch of I-95 that runs through the coastal city of New Haven, it’s easy to catch a glimpse of an iconic Brutalist building designed by seminal mid-century architect Marcel Breuer.

The nine-story structure with a cubic form and concrete facade was commissioned by the Armstrong Rubber Co. and served as the company’s headquarters from 1970 until they sold it to Pirelli, another tire company, in 1988.

New England Yankee Construction was proud to self perform the demolition for this amazing project.