This is the seventh major project Racanelli has completed for the nation’s 7th largest U.S. furniture retailer in the past two years.
Racanelli Construction Company, Inc., a leading third-generation construction management, general contractor and design/build resource for commercial, industrial, retail, medical, pre-engineered and multi-family housing projects, announced that it has completed the Raymour & Flanigan Furniture store in Manhattan at 1985 Broadway and 66th Street. This is the seventh major project Racanelli has completed for the nation’s 7th largest U.S. furniture retailer in the past two years. The other Raymour & Flanigan stores are located in the towns of Garden City and Patchogue, and The Boroughs of Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
Racanelli Construction Company served as the General Contractor on the project, which was led by Vice President Martin Racanelli, Jr., Project Manager Mike Marshall, and Project and Field Superintendent John Costanzo. The project required the demolition of the existing building formerly housing a Circuit City store and the construction of a 40,000 square foot existing building encompassing an open atrium with extensive custom woodwork throughout. The project, which was completed on a 90-day fast track, was valued at over $2 million.
Just prior to the Manhattan store, Racanelli had completed a Bronx store located in the revitalization zone around the new Yankee Stadium at 610 Exterior Street in the Bronx Terminal Market area. Racanelli also served as General Contractor on this project which included demolition, carpentry, plumbing, electric, HVAC, ceramic tile and carpet installation, painting, millwork, signage and fireproofing. The interior fit out encompassed a new employee lounge and public/employee restrooms. This project was valued at $1.7 million dollars.
About Racanelli Construction Company, Inc.
With roots dating back five decades ago, Racanelli Construction Company is a family business with a long legacy of commercial/industrial real estate building and development. The company serves its diverse clientele as a construction manager, general contractor or complete design/build resource. The company’s services are applied in the construction of corporate/industrial, healthcare, retail, hospitality/restaurant, educational, residential, religious, storage and pre-engineered buildings. Its highly qualified team of professionals and application of sound business processes with state-of-the-art technologies combine to facilitate high quality, on-time and on-budget projects. Racanelli Construction Company’s long history and impeccable reputation as a high quality builder/developer has earned the company a broad bonding capacity as well as AAA Insurance coverage. Racanelli maintains excellent working relationships with local municipalities, business and civic association, and elected officials. These relationships accrue considerable benefits to Racanelli’s clients when seeking financing/bonding, zoning approvals and support form the local community. Racanelli Construction Company executives are active members of the local community, serving on nonprofit organizations’ boards and participating in various philanthropic activities. For more information, visit: www.racanelliconstruction.com
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