Conte Company LLC

Norwalk, Connecticut 06854
View Phone



Our Story

SERVICE AREA

Conte Company provides deep foundation system design and installation services throughout New England and New York. Our experience working on all types of projects, big, small and in every category of soil, makes us the premier helical pile foundation installer in the Northeast.

EXPERIENCE

Over the last 70 years, Conte Company has played an integral role in a variety of revolutionary geotechnical construction projects. We’ve become renowned industry innovators in helical pile technology and installation techniques, paving the way for our expansion into larger commercial and industrial soil foundation projects.

Residential

Our experience isn’t limited to the big jobs, however. We are skilled in the art of residential underpinning, having repaired foundations for hundreds of homes in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Being former residential GCs, we understand the needs of smaller construction companies. We’ll work seamlessly with your crew and stay on schedule.

Commercial

As many project managers will tell you, finding an experienced commercial contractor who’s reliable and professional can be a difficult job. At Conte Company, we pride ourselves in delivering economical, high-quality solutions to each and every one of our commercial clients. Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to have great clients such as Yale University, Shake Shack Restaurants and Norwalk Hospital, just to name a few. Our extensive commercial portfolio speaks loudly, but our long list of satisfied clients speak even louder.

Industrial/Infrastructural

Few deep foundation installation companies are qualified to work on projects for industrial applications. The inherent safety and security concerns are more than most construction teams can handle, but at Conte Company, we always go above and beyond for our clients. In the last decade alone, we’ve acquired a variety of necessary certifications, licenses and new installation techniques on behalf of our clients—completing special training courses to work with the U.S. Navy, National Grid and on the Brooklyn Bridge. We’ve even undergone anti-terrorist training to work on the Logan International Airport Terminal.

What We Do

Products and Services

Blue Book Network Classifications

We can be found under the following Blue Book Network Classifications.

CSI Codes

Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).
01 24 13 - Value Engineering
01 29 83 - Payment Procedures for Testing Laboratory Services
01 31 13 - Project Coordination
01 31 19.13 - Preconstruction Meetings
01 35 16 - Alteration Project Procedures
01 84 19 - Interior Finishes Performance Requirements
01 85 00.00.01 - Conveying Equipment Performance Requirements
01 87 13 - Equipment Performance Requirements
01 88 16 - Selective Construction Performance Requirements
01 89 13 - Site Preparation Performance Requirements
01 89 16 - Site Improvements Performance Requirements
01 89 19 - Site Plumbing Utilities Performance Requirements
01 89 23 - Site HVAC Utilities Performance Requirements
01 89 26 - Site Electrical Utilities Performance Requirements
01 89 29 - Other Site Construction Performance Requirements
01 91 23 - Interiors Commissioning
01 91 23.13 - Interior Construction Commissioning
01 91 23.43 - Stairways Commissioning
01 94 13 - Facility Decommissioning Procedures
02 01 65 - Maintenance of Underground Storage Tank Removal
02 06 65 - Schedules for Underground Storage Tank Removal
02 32 19 - Exploratory Excavations
02 40 00.00.01 - Demolition and Structure Moving
02 41 13 - Selective Site Demolition
02 41 13.23 - Utility Line Removal
02 41 16 - Structure Demolition
02 41 16.13 - Building Demolition
02 41 16.23 - Tower Demolition
02 41 16.33 - Bridge Demolition
02 41 16.43 - Dam Demolition
02 41 19 - Selective Structure Demolition
02 41 19.13 - Selective Building Demolition
02 41 91 - Selective Historic Demolition
02 42 91 - Removal and Salvage of Historic Construction Materials
02 54 13 - Aerobic Processes Decontamination
02 54 16 - Anaerobic Processes Decontamination
02 57 16 - Sinkhole Remediation by Backfilling
02 58 16 - Snow Avalanche Control
03 01 20 - Maintenance of Concrete Reinforcing
03 01 30 - Maintenance of Cast-in-Place Concrete
03 06 20 - Schedules for Concrete Reinforcing
03 06 20.13 - Concrete Beam Reinforcing Schedule
03 06 20.16 - Concrete Slab Reinforcing Schedule
03 06 30 - Schedules for Cast-in-Place Concrete
03 06 30.13 - Concrete Footing Schedule
03 06 30.16 - Concrete Column Schedule
03 06 30.19 - Concrete Slab Schedule
03 06 30.26 - Concrete Beam Schedule
03 08 00.00.01 - Commissioning of Concrete
03 30 53 - Miscellaneous Cast-in-Place Concrete
03 31 13 - Heavyweight Structural Concrete
03 31 23 - High-Performance Structural Concrete
04 08 00.00.01 - Commissioning of Masonry
06 01 10 - Maintenance of Rough Carpentry
06 01 10.71 - Rough Carpentry Rehabilitation
06 01 10.91 - Rough Carpentry Restoration
06 01 10.92 - Rough Carpentry Preservation
06 06 10 - Schedules for Rough Carpentry
06 06 10.13 - Nailing Schedule
06 06 10.19 - Plywood Shear Wall Schedule
06 10 53 - Miscellaneous Rough Carpentry
06 13 13 - Log Construction
06 13 13.91 - Period Horizontal Log Work
06 13 16 - Pole Construction
06 13 23 - Heavy Timber Construction
06 13 33 - Heavy Timber Pier Construction
06 14 00.00.01 - Treated Wood Foundations
06 20 13 - Exterior Finish Carpentry
06 46 91 - Splicing of Wooden Components
08 01 10 - Operation and Maintenance of Doors and Frames
08 06 10 - Door Schedule
09 01 20 - Maintenance of Plaster and Gypsum Board
09 06 20 - Schedules for Plaster and Gypsum Board
22 13 53 - Facility Septic Tanks
23 22 13.13 - Underground Steam and Condensate Heating Piping
26 05 43 - Underground Ducts and Raceways for Electrical Systems
31 01 40 - Maintenance of Shoring and Underpinning
31 01 63 - Maintenance of Bored and Augered Piles
31 01 63.61 - Bored and Augered Pile Repairs
31 01 10 - Maintenance of Clearing
31 01 20 - Maintenance of Earth Moving
31 01 50 - Maintenance of Excavation Support and Protection
31 01 60 - Maintenance of Special Foundations and Load Bearing Elements
31 01 62 - Maintenance of Driven Piles
31 01 62.61 - Driven Pile Repairs
31 06 10 - Schedules for Clearing
31 06 20 - Schedules for Earth Moving
31 06 20.13 - Trench Dimension Schedule
31 06 60.13 - Driven Pile Schedule
31 06 40 - Schedules for Shoring and Underpinning
31 06 50 - Schedules for Excavation Support and Protection
31 06 60 - Schedules for Special Foundations and Load Bearing Elements
31 09 16.23 - Driven Pile Load Tests
31 10 00.00.01 - Site Clearing
31 11 00.00.01 - Clearing and Grubbing
31 12 00.00.01 - Selective Clearing
31 14 13 - Soil Stripping and Stockpiling
31 14 13.13 - Soil Stripping
31 14 13.16 - Soil Stockpiling
31 14 13.23 - Topsoil Stripping and Stockpiling
31 14 16 - Sod Stripping and Stockpiling
31 14 16.13 - Sod Stripping
31 14 16.16 - Sod Stockpiling
31 20 00.00.01 - Earth Moving
31 21 16.13 - Methane Venting
31 22 13 - Rough Grading
31 22 16 - Fine Grading
31 22 19 - Finish Grading
31 22 19.13 - Spreading and Grading Topsoil
31 23 13 - Subgrade Preparation
31 23 16 - Excavation
31 23 16.13 - Trenching
31 23 16.16 - Structural Excavation for Minor Structures
31 23 16.26 - Rock Removal
31 23 33 - Trenching and Backfilling
31 30 00.00.01 - Earthwork Methods
31 32 36 - Soil Nailing
31 32 36.13 - Driven Soil Nailing
31 32 36.19 - Corrosion-Protected Soil Nailing
31 40 00.00.01 - Shoring and Underpinning
31 45 13 - Vibroflotation
31 45 16 - Densification
31 46 13 - Cantilever Needle Beams
31 48 13 - Underpinning Piers
31 48 19 - Bracket Piers
31 48 33 - Micropile Underpinning
31 51 13 - Excavation Soil Anchors
31 51 16 - Excavation Rock Anchors
31 54 00.00.01 - Ground Freezing
31 56 13 - Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 13.13 - Soil-Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 13.16 - Cement-Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 13.19 - Slag-Cement-Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 13.23 - Soil-Cement-Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 13.26 - Pozzolan-Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 13.29 - Organically-Modified Bentonite Slurry Walls
31 56 16 - Attipulgite Slurry Walls
31 56 16.13 - Soil-Attipulgite Slurry Walls
31 56 19 - Slurry-Geomembrane Composite Slurry Walls
31 56 23 - Lean Concrete Slurry Walls
31 60 00.00.01 - Special Foundations and Load-Bearing Elements
31 62 13.13 - Cast-in-Place Concrete Piles
31 63 16 - Auger Cast Grout Piles
31 63 23 - Bored Concrete Piles
31 63 23.13 - Bored and Belled Concrete Piles
31 63 23.16 - Bored Friction Concrete Piles
31 63 19.13 - Rock Sockets for Piles
31 66 16.46 - Slurry Diaphragm Foundation Walls
31 66 16.53 - Soldier-Beam Foundation Walls
31 66 16.56 - Permanently-Anchored Soldier-Beam Foundation Walls
31 66 19 - Refrigerated Foundations
31 68 13 - Rock Foundation Anchors
31 75 13 - Cast-in-Place Concrete Shaft Lining
31 77 13 - Trench Excavation for Submerged Tunnels
31 77 19 - Floating and Laying Submerged Tunnels
32 01 30 - Operation and Maintenance of Site Improvements
32 06 30 - Schedules for Site Improvements
32 30 00.00.01 - Site Improvements
32 71 00.00.01 - Constructed Wetlands
32 72 00.00.01 - Wetlands Restoration
33 01 50 - Operation and Maintenance of Fuel Distribution Lines
33 01 50.51 - Cleaning Fuel-Storage Tanks
33 01 60 - Operation and Maintenance of Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities
33 01 70 - Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Utilities
33 01 80 - Operation and Maintenance of Communications Utilities
33 06 10 - Schedules for Water Utilities
33 06 40 - Schedules for Storm Drainage Utilities
33 06 60 - Schedules for Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities
33 06 70 - Schedules for Electrical Utilities
33 09 40 - Instrumentation and Control for Storm Drainage Utilities
33 09 60 - Instrumentation and Control for Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities
33 09 70 - Instrumentation and Control for Electrical Utilities
33 11 16 - Site Water Utility Distribution Piping
33 29 00.00.01 - Well Abandonment
33 33 13 - Sanitary Utility Sewerage
33 33 16 - Combined Utility Sewerage
33 34 13 - Sanitary Utility Sewerage Inverted Siphons
33 36 13 - Utility Septic Tank and Effluent Wet Wells
33 36 16 - Utility Septic Tank Effluent Pumps
33 36 33 - Utility Drainage Field
33 41 13 - Public Storm Utility Drainage Piping
33 47 16.13 - Pond Covers
33 47 16.53 - Reservoir Covers
33 47 19.13 - Water Distribution Ponds
33 47 19.16 - Water Retainage Reservoirs
33 47 19.23 - Cooling Water Ponds
33 47 19.33 - Fire-Protection Water Ponds
33 47 23 - Sanitary Sewerage Lagoons
33 47 26 - Storm Drainage Ponds and Reservoirs
33 47 26.13 - Stabilization Ponds
33 47 26.16 - Retention Basins
33 47 26.19 - Leaching Pits
33 50 00.00.01 - Fuel Distribution Utilities
33 51 13 - Natural-Gas Piping
33 60 00.00.01 - Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities
33 61 13 - Underground Hydronic Energy Distribution
33 61 23 - Aboveground Hydronic Energy Distribution
33 63 13 - Underground Steam and Condensate Distribution Piping
33 70 00.00.01 - Electrical Utilities
33 71 19 - Electrical Underground Ducts and Manholes
33 71 39.23 - Underground High-Voltage Wiring
33 71 49.23 - Underground Medium-Voltage Wiring
33 79 19 - Utilities Grounding
33 79 19.13 - Electrical Utilities Grounding
33 79 19.16 - Communications Utilities Grounding
35 01 30 - Operation and Maintenance of Coastal Construction
35 01 40 - Operation and Maintenance of Waterway Construction
35 01 40.92 - Preservation of Water Courses
35 01 50 - Operation and Maintenance of Marine Construction
35 01 70 - Operation and Maintenance of Dams
35 05 70 - Common Work Results for Dams
35 05 30 - Common Work Results for Coastal Construction
35 05 50 - Common Work Results for Marine Construction
35 06 30 - Schedules for Coastal Construction
35 06 50 - Schedules for Marine Construction
35 06 70 - Schedules for Dams
35 12 33 - Marine Navigation Equipment
35 20 13.16 - Hydraulic Bulkheads
35 20 13.19 - Hydraulic Manifolds
35 20 13.23 - Hydraulic Penstocks
35 20 13.26 - Hydraulic Trashracks
35 20 16 - Hydraulic Gates
35 20 16.13 - Hydraulic Spillway Crest Gates
35 20 16.19 - Hydraulic Head Gates
35 20 16.26 - Hydraulic Sluice Gates
35 20 16.33 - Hydraulic Miter Gates
35 20 16.39 - Hydraulic Sector Gates
35 20 16.46 - Hydraulic Tainter Gates and Anchorages
35 20 16.53 - Hydraulic Vertical Lift Gates
35 20 16.59 - Hydraulic Closure Gates
35 30 00.00.01 - Coastal Construction
35 31 16 - Seawalls
35 31 16.13 - Concrete Seawalls
35 31 16.19 - Steel Sheet Piling Seawalls
35 31 16.23 - Timber Seawalls
35 31 16.40 - Stone Seawalls
35 31 19 - Revetments
35 31 19.13 - Sacked Cement-Sand Revetments
35 31 19.16 - Concrete Unit Masonry Revetments
35 31 19.40 - Stone Revetments
35 31 23 - Breakwaters
35 31 23.13 - Rubble Mound Breakwaters
35 31 23.16 - Precast Breakwater Modules
35 31 26 - Jetties
35 31 26.13 - Concrete Jetties
35 31 26.16 - Concrete Unit Masonry Jetties
35 31 26.40 - Stone Jetties
35 31 29 - Groins
35 31 29.13 - Concrete Groins
35 31 29.16 - Concrete Unit Masonry Groins
35 31 29.26 - Steel Groins
35 32 13 - Scrap Material Artificial Reefs
35 32 13.13 - Scrap Concrete Artificial Reefs
35 32 13.33 - Sunken Ship Artificial Reefs
35 32 16 - Constructed Artificial Reefs
35 32 16.13 - Constructed Concrete Artificial Reefs
35 32 16.19 - Constructed Steel Artificial Reefs
35 40 00.00.01 - Waterway Construction and Equipment
35 41 16 - Levee Cutoff Trenches
35 42 37 - Riprap Bank Protection
35 42 53 - Wall Bank Protection
35 43 37 - Riprap Scour Protection
35 49 23 - Waterway Locks
35 49 23.13 - Concrete Waterway Locks
35 49 23.23 - Piling Waterway Locks
35 49 13 - Floodwalls
35 49 13.13 - Concrete Floodwalls
35 50 00.00.01 - Marine Construction and Equipment
35 51 13 - Floating Piers
35 51 13.23 - Floating Wood Piers
35 51 13.26 - Floating Plastic Piers
35 51 23 - Pontoons
35 52 13 - Fixed Offshore Platform Construction
35 52 33 - Floating Offshore Platform Construction
35 59 13 - Marine Fenders
35 59 13.16 - Resilient Foam-Filled Marine Fenders
35 59 13.19 - Rubber Marine Fenders
35 59 23 - Buoys
35 59 23.13 - Mooring Buoys
35 59 23.16 - Anchor Pendant Buoys
35 59 23.19 - Navigation Buoys
35 59 29 - Mooring Devices
35 59 29.16 - Laser Docking Systems
35 70 00.00.01 - Dam Construction and Equipment
35 71 13 - Concrete Gravity Dams
35 71 16 - Masonry Gravity Dams
35 71 19 - Rockfill Gravity Dams
35 72 13 - Concrete Arch Dams
35 73 13 - Earth Embankment Dam
35 73 16 - Rock Embankment Dams
35 74 13 - Concrete Buttress Dams
35 79 13 - Fish Ladders
35 79 13.13 - Concrete Fish Ladders
40 23 36 - Sanitary Water Process Piping

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Animal Hospital / Kennel
Apartments & Condominiums
Assisted Living
Auto Dealership / Service
Bank
Church / Synagogue
City / Town Hall
Club House / Community Center
Court House
Design Build
Fire / Police Station
Fitness Center
Gas Station
Golf Course
Hotel / Motel
Industrial Maintenance
Jail / Prison
Laboratory
Library
Manufacturing Plant
Marine
Medical Office
Mixed Use
Museum
Park / Playground
Parking Garage
Post Office
Retail Store
Storage Facility / Warehouse

Company Information

Year Established:
1948
Labor Affiliation:
Union Non-Union Prevailing Wages (Davis-Bacon)
Annual Volume:
Undisclosed
Company Size:
Not Provided Request
Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
From $1,000 to $10,000,000
Project Types:
New
Alterations/Renovations
Interior Fit-Ups

Associations & Memberships

AGC (Associated General Contractors)
AGC of Texas
AIA (American Institute of Architects)
AIC (American Institute of Constructors)
ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
Carpenters Local 210
Chance Certified Installers
CPC
DFI (Deep Foundations Institute)
IUOE (International Union Of Operating Engineers) Local 478

Go to next section: