SanzariAlfred Sanzari Enterprises has developed a strong reputation by taking a long-term view of its assets.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Family businesses can be tricky, but with the right mix of respect, appreciation, support and planning, these companies can last for generations. Alfred Sanzari Enterprises understands this well, but has managed to become one of New Jersey’s premier office, residential, industrial and hospitality developers and property managers, while also being in its third generation of Sanzari family management. And its quality work has not gone unnoticed – just this year, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises was named the top commercial real estate developer in New Jersey in the NJBIZ Reader Rankings, and President and CEO David Sanzari was inducted into the NAIOP New Jersey Hall of Fame.

William A. RandolphWilliam A. Randolph is using cold formed steel panelized construction to boost quality and construction speed on the Hyatt Place Hotel and Apartment Buildings.
By Alan Dorich

William A. Randolph Inc. is a National Commercial builder with 60 years in Business. Randolph has developed the expertise to build projects such as the Hyatt Place in Royal Oak, Mich., using leading edge construction methods that meet its customer’s requirements. The company’s experience helped it determine that the best approach for these buildings was panelized construction.

“We believe it’s more cost effective than a precast structure and masonry and hollow core plank,” Project Manager Peter Farquhar says. “It’s the optimal structure that provides quality and economics for this type of building product... and have become leaders in this field.”

 JRMJRM Construction Management West continues to build its reputation on the West Coast as the go-to general contractor for retail and corporate interiors. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

After building its reputation in New York City for nearly a decade as the specialists in commercial interiors, JRM Construction Management expanded its services to the West Coast in 2016 with the opening of JRM Construction Management West. “The company is well-known in New York and we are continuing to build the JRM name in California,” Principal, Managing Partner John Jackson says. “We are seeing success in that in terms of repeat high-end clientele in the corporate interiors and retail space.”

CM2CM & Associates and CBSK Ironstate is bringing luxury condominiums to Queens, N.Y.’s Long Island City neighborhood as the area prospers. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

Located along the East River in Queens, N.Y., the Long Island City neighborhood boasts innovative art galleries and performance spaces, trendy bars and restaurants and polished high-rises with sweeping views of Manhattan, attracting local artists and young professionals. In response to an increased demand for housing in the area, real estate firm CBSK Ironstate and construction manager CM & Associates (CMA) are on schedule to deliver luxury condos this fall, leading the evolution of Long Island City. 

TW Frierson picProjects like a major distribution center expansion in Tennessee are part of TWF’s ‘livelihood.’
By Alan Dorich

Experience can mean everything when it comes to a builder’s success on a project. T.W. Frierson (TWF) Contractor Inc.’s previous work helps it excel as it renovates and expands the distribution center of footwear-retailer Journeys in Lebanon, Tenn.

“In the mid-1980s, the company decided to focus on industrial and distribution facilities – so we are very experienced in this type of construction,” TWF Senior Project Manager Brent Edwards declares, noting that projects like this make the best use of its strengths: self performance of concrete  and tilt-up expertise.

CM1CM & Associates and CBSK Ironstate collaborate on a condo building.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

CM & Associates (CMA) has begun laying the foundation for one of the largest residential developments in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, setting the trend in the area for a new wave of residential development. “This whole area is mainly car dealerships and commercial space,” CMA Senior Project Manager Jason Sinclair says. “CMA and CBSK Ironstate have become trendsetters, coming into new areas that haven’t been developed and bringing much needed residential space.”

Central RealtyCentral Realty Holdings demonstrates its devotion to Greenville, S.C.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Central Realty Holdings (CRH) has been in operation as a real estate investment firm since 1926, continuously owned by the Timmons family. With that amount of history, the Greenville, S.C.-based company has proven that it cares about long-term investments, always focusing on the improvement of its hometown. CRH’s mission is to always be “creating places that foster community,” using purposeful design and keeping end-users in mind. 

Bravo BuildersBravo Builders’ knowledge and hands-on approach made it a leader.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Industry veteran Robert Palumbo seized the opportunity to launch Bravo Builders in 2014 when the residential construction market was flourishing because of increased demand for housing and an improved economy. Under the leadership of industry professionals who bring decades of residential construction experience, the New York City-based construction management company has enjoyed steady growth ever since. 

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