It was the late 1800s. New York City required that all buildings higher than six stories be equipped with a rooftop water tower. Barrel maker William Dalton saw this as a natural opportunity to expand his business. In 1894 he hired Polish immigrant Harris Rosenwach. When Dalton died two years later his widow sold Rosenwach Daltons lumber tools and goodwill for 55. As other family members came to the US to join HarrisRosenwach TankCompany was born.Through the decades the Rosenwach family shared a vision of expanding the company to a one-stop shop for new water technologies historic building preservation outdoor site furnishings and more. They knew that offering all services under one roof would eliminate the need for subcontractors while offering clients more cost efficiency.Sitecraftevolved from the Tank company because of the amount of premium wood the company had in its inventory from making wooden Tanks. Today for finely designed outdoor furniture Sitecraft has been the Architects choice for four generations. Along the way theyve distinguished themselves as craftsmen who have mastered creating curves out of solid wood. Sitecraft built on this mastery to include custom designs in wood metal and recycled plastic resulting in an unmatched repertoire that not only complements but defines your site.In 1995 Herbert Rose Building Restoration United Tower Maintenance AMR Mechanical Cool Water Technologies (CWT) Sitecraft and more became part of the umbrella entity of Rosenwach Group.Today theRosenwach Groupcontinues to grow adding new companies and services to the synergy.
43-02 Ditmars Blvd., 2nd Floor
Astoria, NY 11105