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Civil | SHORE ENVIRONMENTAL LLC, SHORE HELICAL LLC Team Focused T Shore Environmental LLC, Shore Helical LLC “We’re patient and don’t want to rush into growth, potentially compromising our reputation and client relations.” NETWORKING AND QUALITY SERVICE HAVE BEEN THE KEY TO SUCCESS FOR SHORE ENVIRONMENTAL. leum consulting world when they decided to he environmental business in New go out on their own. “We had a lot to learn Jersey is just as competitive as anyabout residential work,” Raposo explains, “but where else, but Shore Environmental LLC found that working with, right from the start, we used one of our competitors for soil disposal, and another for tors and networking is a valuable asset, owner • Proj. 2009 revenues: $1.5 million groundwater treatment, and so on.” Alex Raposo says. This business model has • Headquarters: Red Bank, N.J. The two continued to work together out of a allowed the New Jersey firm to achieve sub• Specialty: Structural supporting and garage, but were just getting by until their busistantial growth since it was founded in 2002. environmental services ness changed in early 2005. “We were challenged “The environmental industry is a very competon certain projects trying to determine how to itive market,” he explains. “We knew it was a support structures while excavating around and competitive business from the beginning, but under them, and our research led us to helical also knew there was strength in numbers. –Alex Raposo piles,” he explains. Utilizing some of our competitors’ services After six months of research and phone helped us build relationships in our field, which calls, Shore found a solution through AB is what really helped our business grow as we Chance in helical piles. “We took it and ran with it,” Raposo says. “We diversified into other markets.” began installing for ourselves, as well as all the environmental clients Raposo and Derek Tietjen started Shore as an environmental compawe had associated ourselves with from the beginning. It really took our ny in 2002, offering tank removal, remediation and environmental conbusiness in a whole new direction.” sulting services. The two were previously officemates in the retail petro- CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM DECEMBER 2009 http://www.CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM

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Construction Today - December 2009
2010 Construction Forecast
Special Focus
Product Showcase: Hand Tools
F&R Construction Group Inc.
Suffolk Construction: Met 2
Weitz Co.: Solaris at Crossroads
Chance Construction Co.
Allied Building Products Corp.
Bird Construction Co. Inc.: Condado Vanderbilt Hotel
Broccolini Construction Inc.: EDC Headquarters
CJ Pink Ltd.
Cobra Corporate Management Inc.
DDRM: The St. Regis Deer Crest Resort
Q.B. Construction
T.N. Ward Co.
EllisDon: North Park Quad Pad Arena
REIG Capital
Blumenfeld Development Group & Forrest City Ratner – East River Plaza
Clark Construction: Michigan International Speedway
Morton Buildings Inc.
Triangle Associates Inc.: The Gallery on Fulton
Vogel Bros. Building Co.
Walsh Construction: Mercy Corps.
Wasatch Advantage Group: San Tropez
Profitable Contractor
John W. Danforth Co.
Shore Environmental LLC
S.T. Wooten
American Civil Constructors Inc.
Archer Western: I-75/I-475 Reconstruction
Cleland Site Prep Inc.
Delaware DOT: Indian River Inlet Bridge
Goodfellow Bros. Inc.
International Construction Equipment Inc.
Kiewit Pacific Co.: SR 519 – Seattle Intermodal Access Project
Plaza Construction Corp.
B. Gottardo Construction Ltd.
Bergmann Associates: Walkway Over The Hudson
Craig Olden Inc.
G.M. Sipes Construction Inc.
Idaho Sand & Gravel Co.: Ten- Mile Interchange
J.F. White
Malcom Drilling Co. Inc.
Mid Eastern Buildings Inc.: Southampton Wastewater Treatment Plant
Minnesota Department of Transportation: I35W Crosstown/ Urban Partnership
Nicholson Construction Co.
Papich Construction Co. Inc.: Route 46 Expansion Project
Tilcon New York Inc.: Interstate
Tyam Excavation and Shoring Ltd.
W.C. English Inc.: U.S. 321
West Electric Corp.
Industry Trends
Turner Construction Co.: Eastern High School
Gafcon Inc.: Carlsbad High School Modernization Project
DASNY: Gouverneur Healthcare Services
Stuart Olson: University of Lethbridge Markin Hall
University of Houston Student Housing
HDR Architecture Inc.
Marshall-Lee Construction Corp.
RA-LIN & Associates
Suffolk Construction: Boston Renaissance Charter School
Suffolk Construction: FIU School of International and Public Affairs
Swinerton Builders
Tower Construction: Huntington Memorial Hospital expansion
Absher Construction Co.: Chief Sealth High School and Denny International Middle School
Bird Construction
Casey Middle School
Cedar Ridge High School
Clark: Lowell Reception Center
Gilbane/Banks Joint Venture: Coppin State University
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.: FORSCOM/USARC New Headquarters
Shaw Construction: Mesa State College Student Center
Shiel Sexton: Butler University
SpawGlass Contractors Inc.: Austin Community College Rio Grande Campus Parking Garage
Stuart Olson: New Edmonton Remand Centre
The Christman Co.
Turner Construction Co
Weddle Construction Ltd.
Construction Coach
Polimeni International
Greenpark Homes
Kite Realty Group Trust: Eddy Street Commons at NotreDame
Construction Law
Centerpoint Builders
Last Look: DANSY

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