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Commercial | E.B.S. BUILDERS Builders has completed and »E.B.S.construction projects for many build-outand new national retail restaurant chains throughout New Jersey. E.B.S. EfficiencyE.B.S. Builders “It’s taken us years to build, but now we have a great team.” E.B.S.’S FOCUS ON ACCESSIBILITY AND INTEGRITY HAS EARNED IT MANY REPEAT CLIENTS. BY KELLY MCCABE contributed to repeat business – the company .B.S. Builders specializes in commercial, just completed work on another Le Pain retail and restaurant construction – in Quotidien bakery and eatery. “We actually [in fact, President Tony Bonaduce estiwww.ebsbuilders.net early August] finished our eighth restaurant for mates that 95 percent of its work is for • Headquarters: Middletown, N.J. them, and that’s just in Manhattan,” Bonaduce retail and restaurant clients. Typically build• Employees: 9 explains. “Really, it’s our quality [that keeps cusouts in malls, the recreated spaces average in • Services: Retail and commercial contomers coming back]. We pay careful attention to size from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet, but the struction detail and customer service.” company also has expertise in building new E.B.S. staff members also regularly attend spaces for retail clients. construction seminars to stay on top of industry “We do anywhere from 20 to 30 new stores trends and best practices. Bonaduce’s personal a year, along with numerous renovations and –Tony Bonaduce, president philosophy that, “We all face challenges. How we remodels,” Bonaduce says, adding that the handle them separates us from other contraccompany’s reputation has been built on a long tors,” plays an important role in the continuing history of satisfying its customers. growth of E.B.S. and its staff. “As New Jersey’s most reliable contracting “It’s hard to say what’s going to come up each year, but we really stress firm, we enjoy repeat business from nearly 100 percent of our custhe importance of scheduling, time management and keeping a firm tomers, as well as satisfying new clients who quickly appreciate all we hold on each project,” Bonaduce says. “We are about to break ground on a have to offer. It’s taken us years to build, but now we have a great team,” large addition to the Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Church in Andover, Bonaduce says. N.J., a client with a different focus than most. This departure from our “Most of our satisfaction really comes from our customers, some of typical project is allowing us to grow in terms of tailoring timelines and which we’ve held for decades, and for us, that is our reward,” he adds. meeting particular needs of the client, and we’re looking forward to turnPairing the same project managers and superintendents with individing over a beautiful finished product.” ual clients, building a good rapport, is a one key to the firm’s success. “It all “From site work and permitting of a project to putting on the final goes back to the accessibility and continuity of our management team,” Bonaduce states. “We’re mid-sized – small enough where we can pay care- touches, E.B.S. takes pride in meeting the exacting standards of our ful attention to each customer and each project, but still large enough that clients by making each project our own,” the company says. “Our longterm association with numerous subcontractors, suppliers and related there hasn’t been a customer yet with a project that we can’t handle.” contacts further attests to a history of excellent service and commitment.” E.B.S.’s focus on getting the job done on time and on budget also has CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM OCTOBER 2009
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Construction Today - October 2009
Construction Today - October 2009
Regional Spotlight: Southwest
Ledcor Construction Hawaii LLC
C.H. GUERNSEY & Co.
First Gulf Development Corp.: Meadowvale Corporate Centre
Jacobsen Construction: Workers Compensation Fund Headquarters
Novak Construction Co.
Affordable Concepts Inc.
HBD Construction Inc.: Edwardsville Crossing
Ledcor Construction: Napa, Calif.
Mared Mechanical Contractors Corp.
Myers & Chapman Inc.
Summit Contractors Group Inc.
Wilcox Construction Inc.
Special Focus: Mergers & Acquisitions
Hensel Phelps: Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl. Airport Sky Train
Circle Construction LLC
Electrical Contractors Inc.
Everett, Wash., Department of Public Works
Imco General Construction Inc.: Arlington WWTP
New Prince Concrete Construction
R.N. Rouse & Co. Inc.
Stanek Constructors Inc.
Fort Lewis: New Barracks, Army Growth Complex and Support Battalion
Torcon Inc.: Brookhaven National Laboratory’s National Synchrotron Light Source II
Bovis Lend Lease: FBI Denver HQ
Stuart Olson: University of Lethbridge Markin Hall
Bird Construction Co.: Shearwater Helicopter Base
Carbon Constructors Inc.
Consultants & Builders Inc.
Emerick Construction Co.: Rock Creek Middle School
Broadmoor/Boh Brothers Construction Co.: U.S. Coast Guard Integrated Support Command
Cahill Contractors Inc.: The Oakland Museum of California Phase 1
Flintco Inc.: Germantown Women & Children’s Pavilion
Gamma Construction Co.
Kreizenbeck Constructors: BSU Student Union
Pizzagalli Construction Co.: FAHC Radiation Oncology
Robins & Morton: Lincoln Hospital
Steele & Freeman Inc.
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. (TNDC)
W.G. Yates & Sons Construction: Armed Forces Retirement Village
BBL Construction Services LLC: The Glen at Sugar Hill Apartments
Chelsea Investment Corp.
Affirmed Housing Group
Westland Construction Inc.: Bridges at Citifront
Product Showcase: Plumbing Equipment
Hunzinger Construction Co.: Johnson Controls Headquarters
B.L. Harbert International LLC: S.O.F. 5th Special Forces Battalion Operations Complex
Duke Construction: Monarch Beverage Co. Headquarters
Irish Construction Co.
TMU LLC (Triune)
Last Look: Consultants & Builders Inc.
Construction Today - October 2009