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NYCA Members Rank Among Top Largest General Contractors in New York

Published on: June 15, 2021

NEW YORK NY – Several members of New York Construction Alliance, New York City’s only trade association focused solely on the city’s open-shop construction industry,  have made The Real Deal’s list of top 10 largest general contractors in New York. The ranking members include New Line Structures, Triton Construction, L&M Builders Group, and Noble Construction Group.

New Line Structures ranked 3rd in The Real Deal’s category for largest new building projects in size at 4,225,074 square feet. Triton rated 10th at 1,831,237 square feet. Noble Construction followed at 1,019,604 square feet and L&M at 970,669. In the other category, top general contractors by cost of alteration projects, Triton Construction claimed the 8th spot with $270,106,700 for a project. In 17th place, New Line Structures secured their place with a project cost of $127,901,000.

The Real Deal’s list was compiled by examining all new and renewed building permits in New York City between April 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021. The firms in top ranking positions have managed to stay the busiest, taking into account changes in the DOB’s reporting as it transitions from its DOB BIS database to the new DOB Now system.

General contractors have suffered many setbacks since the onset of the pandemic, such as rising material costs, shortage of labor, and an adjustment period to COVID-19 safety regulations. These NYCA members have proven that strides are being made in New York construction despite several obstacles and setbacks.

About New York Construction Alliance

New York Construction Alliance is the region’s premier association of construction managers and general contractors. Members of the association construct high-rise and interior projects, renovations, conversions and various types of work on many of the region’s best-known developments. Membership in the organization is comprised of open shop contractors who adhere to strict standards of ethics and jobsite safety and are committed to ensuring a strong construction industry in the New York region. To learn more about the association and benefits to its members, visit www.nyconstructionalliance.org.