Molfetta Corp

Over the past 40 years, Molfetta has become a leading builder in the multi-family mid-rise market in New Jersey.  We provide value added solutions for our clients during both the design and construction phases of a project to ensure they meet their project goals.  The relationships we develop with our clients are built on trust, passion, and integrity.  At Molfetta, we pride ourselves on self-performing all trades of the structural core-and-shell of our buildings.  We continuously strive to build structures with unique character and lasting value for our clients.

Current Projects

Molfetta Concrete was founded by Corrado Nirchio and Jack Sallustio in 1973 as a concrete and masonry contracting company.  Corrado’s son, Michael, assumed the role as president in 1994 and successfully completed numerous projects throughout Hudson County.  In an effort to expand the business in 2000, Michael opened Molfetta Corp., a general contracting company.  During 2005 Michael partnered with Brian Mazzei to run Molfetta Corp., and to establish Molfetta Group, a real estate development company.  A year later Kevin Snell joined Molfetta Concrete bringing with him extensive framing and on-site operations experience.

Molfetta Concrete

At Molfetta Concrete we are committed to providing our clients with cost effective structural solutions to match their project needs.  We work directly with the design teams as part of our pre-construction services to value engineer and streamline the final building design. Our in house crews have extensive experience with all types of foundations, slab-on-grades, elevated transfer decks, flat plates, panelized walls, and deep deck slabs.  Molfetta Concrete has the knowledge and equipment including a self-erecting crane, concrete pump truck, excavators, forklifts, and climbing scaffold to handle any site conditions.

Construction Today Article 2016

“Building Visions”

Article from Construction Today Magazine – March/April 2016

When clients turn to Molfetta Corp. and Molfetta Concrete Co., they like to have them involved at the very beginning of their projects. This is true “even when they’re getting schematics and approvals, so we can be part of the design,” Partner Brian Mazzei says.

“A lot of times, we’re helping the architect choose the structural engineer,” he continues. “By the time the plans are done, we can really fast-track the project, instead of being handed a fi nal, complete set of prints to go through it a er the fact.”

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