New England Decks & Floors, Inc.

Milford, Massachusetts 01757
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Our Story

In 1959, Frank P. Goodwin Jr. founded New England Decks & Floors in New Haven, Connecticut. Two years later, in 1961, the company opened a Boston location in order to be closer to the large architectural market. Frank was the second generation to specialize in the installation of trowel-applied composition flooring and deck covering on ships and commercial buildings.

F. Philip Goodwin, the current president of New England Decks & Floors, joined the company in 1967 and became president in 1978. Presently, the company employs ten people and operates in all six New England states.

Goodwin prides himself on his honesty and integrity, quality work, and maintaining good relationships with general contractors. It is those relationships that have enabled the company to acquire a diverse portfolio of projects while establishing a reputation for responsive and high-quality work.

New England Decks & Floors has provided flooring services to a wide array of businesses throughout the New England region including hospitals, schools and universities, pharmaceutical plants, and laboratory facilities.

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).

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Animal Hospital / Kennel
Casinos
Court House
Fire / Police Station
Golf Course
Government
Hotel / Motel
Jail / Prison
Laboratory
Marine
Non-Residential Building
Restaurant
Sewage / Water Treatment Plant
Utilities

Company Information

Year Established:
1959
Bondable:
YES
Insured:
Yes
Labor Affiliation:
Union
Annual Volume:
Undisclosed
Company Size:
Not Provided Request
Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
Up to $100,000
Project Types:
Service Work/Repairs

Associations & Memberships

ASA (American Subcontractors Assn.)
ASM (Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts)

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