Contracting company recognized for innovative renovation design in Queens

Allegiant Contracting is one of the leading contractors in the NYC Metropolitan area.

Since 2002, they have been providing complete construction and complete house remodeling services at very affordable prices. Allegiant provides services for commercial properties as well.

Allegiant works with property developers, house builders, and general contractors.

Nick, owner of Allegiant Contracting, was just recognized by a local Flushing news company for their impeccable residential design in the photos below.

05 “We can help you get the most appeal out of your home, no matter what elevation you prefer, from classical to modern, and every style in-between,” said Nick, owner of Allegiant Contracting.

“We mainly specialize in spray foam insulation, roof coatings, exterior work such as concrete work, retaining walls, patios, brick work and stone work. We have a very solid team performing the work and sophisticated equipment in use.”

For a limited time, Allegiant is offering a 20% discount to all new clients. Services include: roofing, concrete, masonry, paver, stone stucco, spray foam installation, & interior remodeling.

Get a free online quote here, email, or call Nick from Allegiant at 646-821-7313 for a free estimate.






Queens College announces 2017 commencement speaker

Congresswoman Grace Meng.

Queens Congresswoman Grace Meng will be the main speaker at Queens College’s 93rd commencement ceremony, the school announced earlier today.

The ceremony is scheduled for Friday, May 26 at a.m. on the college’s quad. During the ceremony, Queens College President Felix Matos Rodríguez will award Meng, the Queens College President’s Medal in recognition of her service to the borough.

“It is my great pleasure to announce Grace Meng as this year’s commencement speaker. She is a Queens native who embodies so many of the aspirational qualities that Queens College hopes to inspire in our students,” said Matos Rodríguez. “We first came to know Congresswoman Meng when she represented the 22nd Assembly District—which encompasses Queens College—for two terms in the New York State Assembly. She was a consistent and powerful advocate for the college.”


SING program expands to Queens high school campuses

SING, a musical program in which students write, cast, rehearse and perform their own musicals, is coming to 20 more high schools, including five in Queens.

Thanks to Taylor Swift, who donated in partnership with the Fund for Public Schools, students from Flushing High School can participate in the public school tradition.

“SING gives our high school students an opportunity to work with their peers, and create and execute a project from start to finish,” said Chancellor Carmen Fariña. “This is a wonderful program for developing passions in the arts and for building school and community spirit. In particular, co-located schools will also be collaborating, bringing new excitement and camaraderie for our high schoolers. The SING students are going to gain skills and experience that they can use in college and throughout their lives.”

Bayside High School, John Bowne High School, Martin Van Buren High School and Thomas A. Edison CTE High School will also have SING.

Students will receive training and support as they build their school’s SING programs.

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