Ground-up giants: The city's 30 leading general contractors

TRD’s ranking includes initial new building permits issued throughout New York City

May.May 01, 2019 01:00 PM
This month, The Real Deal ranked the top 30 general contractors doing ground-up construction work.
Check out the chart below:
1Turner Construction3.1M3
2Structure Tone1.7M6
4Mega Contracting Group6212207
5Monadnock Construction6086673
6Chateau GC 4595483
7Lettire Construction4229341
8Barr & Barr4120311
9Triton Construction4033652
10Procida Construction3490232
11Real Builders3437672
12CM & Associates3321573
13Plaza Construction3169132
14W & L Group2394261
15Prestige Construction NY2102148
16Galaxy General Contracting1969703
17Noble Construction Group1757532
18Hunter Roberts Construction Group1713311
19Pinnacle Commercial Development1665962
20DP Group General Contractors1315464
21Foundations Group1276351
22Flintlock Construction Services1263761
23Ryder Construction1011722
24Artimus Construction977801
25New Empire Building927602
26E.W. Howell765881
27Rinaldi Group723511
28Harris Home Repair & Development6682011
29Milestone Construction Company652931
30New Line Structures & Development603011
Source:  TRD  analysis of initial new building (NB) permits issued between April 1, 2018 and March, 31, 2019, by the NYC Dept. of Buildings. New building construction was ranked by square footage. The data includes work permitted by the DOB and excludes work approved by other agencies. It only includes work where the general contractor is specifically listed on the DOB permit — renewals were excluded. All firms were contacted, but not all participated.

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