Leonard Scozzari has been involved in construction projects since the age of 15, and he has more than 25 years of experience in the industry. In his capacity of President of Scozzari Builders, Inc., he is directly responsible for all aspects of purchasing, contract administration and project accounting.
He's is a graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy and Spring Garden College, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering. It is at Spring Garden College where Mr. Scozzari gained his vast knowledge of the construction industry, including construction management, construction scheduling and estimating. Mr. Scozzari has managed many construction projects in both the public and private sectors. Projects range from club houses in residential communities, such as "Club Encore" at Leisure Village West, to the new 911 Communication Center for Somerset County. He has also done extensive alterations, renovations and additions for the Bridgewater Board of Education. Scozzari is currently Treasurer of the Princeton Chapter of the Construction Specification Institute and is also a member of the American Society of Professional Estimators. Active in the community, he has served as Assistant Chief and President of the Lawrenceville Volunteer Fire Company.
Nicholas Scozzari started in the family construction business at the age of 15, working during school vacations. Over the course of the next 20+ years, he was responsible for managing a multitude of construction projects, including new schools, school additions, industrial, retail and institutional facilities. As Vice President of Scozzari Builders, Inc., he is directly responsible for quality control. He is accountable for all aspects of hiring and distribution of manpower, subcontractor coordination and maintaining project schedules.
After graduating from The Hun School of Princeton, he developed a passion for the construction industry and decided to make it a full time career. Mr. Scozzari's first project management assignment was the complete historic restoration of Drumthwacket, the official residence of the Governor of the State of New Jersey. This project was completed in one year, with a budget of $1.5 million. Mr. Scozzari was the project manager for Phase I and historic restoration of the New Jersey State House and State House Annex, with a project value of $1.5 million.
Philip Scozzari began work in the family-owned construction business as a teenager. As Chairman of the Board of Scozzari Builders Inc., he is responsible for the overall operation of the company and is committed to excellence in all his endeavors.
He has more than 43 years of experience in the construction industry and has been involved in all phases of general construction, industrial, commercial and institutional projects. He received engineering degrees from Trenton Junior College and the University of Maryland. He also served with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and helped design and build the Atomic Proving Grounds at Yucca Flats, Nevada. Mr. Scozzari has been active in the construction industry as a general contractor since 1968. He has been involved in many institutional projects including the completion of the Patton J. Hill School and Bliss Hall at The College of New Jersey. Mr. Scozzari serves on a number of civic boards, is on the board of a local bank and was elected to the chair by the American Military Engineering Society.