These are the top GCs building from the ground up in each borough

TRD ranked the firms doing the most ground-up construction in each borough

May.May 01, 2019 01:00 PM

This month, in addition to ranking the top general contractor firms throughout New York City, The Real Deal did a close up on which firms doing ground-up construction dominate in each borough.

Check out the chart below

MANHATTAN NEW BUILDINGS

RANKFIRMTOTAL SQ. FT.TOTAL NO. OF PROJECTS
1Turner Construction2.7M2
2Lendlease7295674
3Structure Tone7287425
4CM & Associates3321573
5Plaza Construction3169132

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.

BRONX NEW BUILDINGS

RANKFIRMTOTAL SQ. FT.TOTAL NO. OF PROJECTS
1Monadnock Construction3690662
2Mega Contracting Group3393124
3Pinnacle Commercial Development906001
4Galaxy General Contracting848711
5Procida Construction678521

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.

QUEENS NEW BUILDINGS

RANKFIRMTOTAL SQ. FT.TOTAL NO. OF PROJECTS
1Structure Tone9348641
2Lettire Construction4229341
3Urban Foundation Engineering3068993
4Real Builders1379361
5Mega Contracting Group1318751

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.

BROOKLYN NEW BUILDINGS

RANKFIRMTOTAL SQ. FT.TOTAL NO. OF PROJECTS
1Chateau GC 4595483
2Barr & Barr4120311
3Halcyon Management Group3666081
4Turner Construction3467851
5Procida Construction2811711

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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