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DDB Completes Picatinny Arsenal Project

DDB Contracting of Newton, NJ recently completed a project for Picatinny Arsenal Military facility located in Wharton, NJ. The project included a complete renovation and modification to the existing office facilities. Picatinny Arsenal is an American Military headquarters for Armament and engineering research. DDB was required to undergo and arduous approval process in order to ... Read More
 

DDB Awarded Tulfra Project

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, has been awarded the construction of Inline Distributing located in Caldwell, NJ. The project includes the construction of a brand new 26,500 square feet office and warehouse facility. The property is owned by Tulfra Real Estate, a company specializing in real estate management, and the development of industrial buildings, land, ... Read More
 

DDB Completes Dr. Marcus Queen Anne Renovation

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, recently completed a renovation and upgrades for the existing offices of Dr. Marcus located on Queen Anne Road in Teaneck NJ. The building is currently owned by the Beekman Estate, a privately- held corporation controlled by the heirs of one the original settlers of New York, Wilhelmus Beekman, who immigrated ... Read More
 

DDB Completes Sheraton Hotel Renovation

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, recently completed a renovation for the Sheraton Hotel located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The renovation, which was completed over the course of 8 weeks, entailed a complete renovation and upgrades to the existing pool facilities. The building is currently owned by Remington Property Management, a nationally recognized hospitality service company ... Read More
 

DDB Completes Hotel Renovation

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, completed a renovation for the Westin Hotel in Princeton NJ. The hotel, located in forrestral village and managed by Remington Hospitality, underwent a complete renovation with major upgrades to the 20,000 square foot ballrooms, and common area bathrooms. The project was completed over the course of eight weeks. The Westin ... Read More
 

DDB Awarded Queens School Expansion

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, has been awarded construction of the Riverton Charter School expansion located in Queens, NY. The project includes a 18,000 square foot addition to the existing school facility and is expected to be completed over the course of 8 weeks. The project, located in the St. Alvins area of Jamaica Queens, ... Read More
 

DDB Awarded Law Firm Renovation

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, was recently awarded construction of the Weinberger Law Firm located in Hackensack, NJ. The project will include building the firms brand new 4000 square foot offices in order to accommodate the expanding practice. The building, located in Court Plaza, is owned by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, one of New Jersey’s leading ... Read More
 

DDB Completes BCN Telecom Renovation

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, recently completed the renovation of the BCN Telecom offices located in Harding Township, NJ. The building, owned by Alfieri Company, underwent a complete office suite renovation and upgrades to the existing offices. Alfieri Company, one of the premiere commercial real estate developers in New Jersey. Since the Alfieri Company was ... Read More
 

DDB Completes Ambra Renovation

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, recently completed a renovation for Ambra, a business management consultant corporation located in Teaneck, NJ. The building is owned by the Beekman Estate, a privately- held corporation controlled by the heirs of one the original settlers of New York, Wilhelmus Beekman, who immigrated to the US in the 17th century. ... Read More
 

DDB Completes Cross Country Pipeline Offices

DDB Contracting, of Newton NJ, recently completed the construction of the Cross Country Pipeline offices in Edison NJ. The project included the construction of the company’s brand new office space at a new location. The building, located on 379 Thornall Street, is currently owned by Alfieri Company, one of the premiere commercial real estate developers ... Read More