Construction Today - Volume 16, Issue 2 - 112
Commercial | RYDER CONSTRUCTION
RYDER CONSTRUCTION'S AWARD-WINNING WORK HAS CREATED IMPRESSIVE ENDURANCE FOR THE
FIRM IN THE NYC MARKET.
ecognized throughout the tri-state area for excellence
in building, Ryder Construction provides clients
with experience garnered from a 40-year history
of award-winning, sophisticated building. Ryder's
long-game strategy has earned them a successful track record in
construction management, general contracting and consulting
services ranging from new construction to the delicate restoration
of iconic landmark projects.
To achieve their impressive longevity in the world's toughest market, the Ryder team defines excellence with superb craftsmanship,
cost-effective strategies and schedule-conscious building.
Key to this success is the leadership of Principal Carl Jaccarino,
CEO Bill Freeswick and recently retired founder Frank Mosomillo,
who set the tone of executive accessibility throughout the entire
Jaccarino notes that
"Ryder maintains an
annual volume which
* HQ: New York City
is disciplined enough
* Specia ies: Construction management,
general contracting and consu ing ervices to ensure ownership
involvement for each
project, yet extensive
enough to offer our
clients the economies
- Ryder Construction
of scale necessary to
remain highly competitive in the industry."
style has also resulted
in a dedicated group of long-tenured employees. Freeswick explains
that second-generation family members throughout the company
create a very tight project lineup.
"The Ryder team defines excellence rough uperb cra smanship."
Making It Happen
The Ryder team's pride in the company's work is immediately apparent as they discuss favorite projects tackled together throughout the years.
Collaborating with designers Roman+Williams, Ryder
Construction created a new construction, 30,000-squarefoot condominium in the heart of New York's most
vibrant neighborhood, Little Italy. The red
brick detailing and wood double-hung windows blended so
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is known for its craftsmanship,
cost-effective strategies and focus
perfectly with the centuries-old historic district that Senior Superintendent Tom Vita Sr. recalls trying to convince the Department of
Buildings that it was, indeed a new building. Tom and his son worked
hand in hand with master craftsman John McBride, owner of Bunlin
Masonry, to lay a crafted brick façade, paying homage to turn-of the