East Coast Energy

East Coast Energy Group provides clients with quality craftsmanship.

By Alan Dorich

Not many can say their clients include a Major League Baseball team, but East Coast Energy Group can. The company is proud to have the New York Mets as part of its customer base, COO Vincent Palmieri says.

“We are their official energy provider,” he says, noting that this pride is shared by the team, which has signage for East Coast Energy Group at Citi Field Stadium in Queens, N.Y. “We try to get the name out there.”

Pinnacle EnvironmentalPinnacle Environmental succeeds because it understands each project requires something different.

By Chris Petersen

No two projects are alike, and understanding that fact has been one of the biggest keys to the success of Pinnacle Environmental in the New York City market. The environmental services contractor has been serving the Tri-State area for nearly 20 years, and President Paul O’Brien says in that time the company has built up a diversified client base as well as a reputation for doing things right and for a fair price.

All SafeAll-Safe LLC’s hoisting and scaffolding capabilities put it in a strong position in the New York City market.

By Chris Petersen

In the New York City construction market, there’s often literally nowhere to go but up. And when construction goes vertical, the need for complex construction services to protect workers and the surrounding area during that work becomes crucial.

CDS Mestel picCDS Mestel has been in continuous operation since 1916 because it understands the needs of its clients and gives them the personal service they need.
By Eric Slack

Celebrating 100 years in business is a milestone in any industry, and CDS Mestel Construction Corp. has persevered for a century because it understands how to successfully complete commercial construction projects. Founded in 1916 in Brooklyn, the company is today headquartered in Garden City Park, N.Y. and provides preconstruction, design/build, construction management and general contracting services.

“Our longevity speaks for itself,” President Ned Rothberg says. “We’ve been able to transpire in this environment because we know that we are only as good as the people in the company and the partners we work with.”

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.”

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