Lincoln Property Co. is completing Aspire Midtown and 909 Flats apartment projects in Nashville to take advantage of the city’s burgeoning economy.

By Russ Gager

Headquartered in Dallas, Lincoln Property Co. says it is the second-largest multifamily manager in the United States. The company also is vertically integrated and develops and builds many of the projects it manages.

Spoleta picSpoleta Construction is delivering a new waterfront residential development in New York.

By Chris Petersen

Boasting a prime location along the waterfront of Irondequoit Bay and just minutes from downtown Rochester, N.Y., the Southpoint Cove development is expected to be a hot property once it’s completed next year. The 345-unit apartment complex will offer residents convenience and comfort in a highly desirable location, and a project of its size and scope required the services of a qualified and experienced general contractor.

Fortunately for Southpoint Cove, it has such a contractor in the form of Rochester-based Spoleta Construction. Project Manager Derek Harrison says the company’s long history of involvement in the residential sector makes Southpoint Cove a perfect fit for its expertise.

“The company has been around for about 60 years, and in that time has done a lot of residential development-type work, so this was just on a slightly bigger scale,” Harrison says. “This is probably one of the larger apartment developments we’ve done.”

UA BuildersUA Builders’ preconstruction, general contracting and construction management expertise makes it one of New York City’s most sought-after office remodeling and building firms.

By Jim Harris

There’s a reason many of the nation’s most innovative and successful companies look to UA Builders Group to meet their office and commercial remodeling and build-out needs. The New York City-based company believes in being equally innovative when it comes to the services it provides.

The company extensively uses building information modeling (BIM) software for a top client, WeWork – the leader in shared coworking space nationally. “WeWork, being a tech- saavy enterprise themselves, are very into our  BIM technology capabilities and strongly believe in BIM’s ability to produce a much faster finished product. It’s important to them because they can open new locations and start filling desks sooner. CEO Albert Gjonbalaj says. “Right now we’re using it on every project with them, and extending it to other clients open to using it.”

Cocozza Group picCocozza Group worked through unique challenges to hand off its latest project, Italienne, a French/Italian fine-dining restaurant.

By Stephanie Crets

The fast-paced world of retail and restaurant construction energizes Cocozza Group and has allowed the company to grow substantially every year since its inception. Founder and President Dan Cocozza fell in love with the work early in his construction career and decided to strike out on his own in 2012.

“I love the fast-paced nature of those projects; they’re all two to three months long, instead of two to three years long, which is what I was previously working on,” he recalls. “I love that each project is so unique, especially in New York City. We got our first project in January 2013 and we’ve been really fortunate to be going ever since.”

ClaremontClaremont Construction Group’s experience with development and general contracting allows it to bring projects like Marin Towers into being.

By Eric Slack

Claremont Construction Group has been on a path of growth and evolution since its founding in 1954. From its roots as a commercial painting business, the company transitioned into one of the country’s largest carpentry and drywall companies providing interior general construction services in the Mid-Atlantic region. Since 1991, the company has been a full service development and general contracting firm, having completed more than 2,000 residential units and more than 2.5 million square feet of commercial space.

SSC picSSC High Rise Construction believes in quality and project size over quantity when it comes to the superstructure projects it completes.

By Jim Harris

SSC High Rise Construction, a family owned and oriented construction company, is devoted to providing high-quality concrete construction services to accommodate the diverse needs of owners, developers and construction managers across the New York metropolitan area.

SSC High Rise is owned and operated by brothers Timmy and Michael Mahoney who founded the company back in 2011. “When we started the company, we decided that we would target large scale projects in New York City,” says Michael Mahoney, who has more than 18 years of construction industry experience.

Zale Contracting picZale Contracting constructs high-end residential woodworking renovations.

By Stephanie Crets

Improving quality while not raising the cost is Benny Zale’s motto and has been since he founded Zale Contracting in 1993. Thanks to his affinity for high-end design, he decided to strike out on his own and bring that love to residential renovations through woodworking. Zale built his business gradually from one client to the next.

Zale Contracting works as general contractor for designers and produces high-quality products in its woodworking shop in Ridgewood, N.Y. The company specializes in all manner of high-end renovation from townhouses and homes to apartments and lofts across the Tri-State area in New York. “Woodworkers are the most precise people,” Zale says.

CTSCommunication Technology Services helps property owners integrate wireless communications.  

 By The Editors of Construction Today

In the United States today, it is estimated that more than 85 percent of adults between the ages of 18 and 49 own a smart phone. This percentage will continue to grow each year until traditional landlines and cell phones are obsolete. We expect and depend on wireless voice and data to be available everywhere all the time in both our personal and professional lives. It is estimated that 80 percent of all wireless voice calls originate inside a building. As a result, most commercial properties need to make sure that they are providing exceptional wireless communications infrastructure to their tenants and/or customers. This is no longer a luxury, but a necessity, much like electricity or running water.

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