Waters Construction Co., Inc.

Bridgeport, Connecticut 06605
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Our Story

Waters Construction Company is a construction organization with generations of hands on construction expertise. Our financial and managerial strengths enable us to consistently deliver quality projects on schedule and within budget. A Connecticut based general contractor headquartered in Bridgeport, CT our core business includes highways, bridges, secondary road rehabilitation, site work, mass transit, utilities and environmental remediation. We have widespread experience with start-to-finish construction on projects from basic to complex and range in size from small to large.

Waters is comprised of nearly 100 highly skilled, ethical and experienced managers, engineers, technical professionals and tradesmen known for their broad construction expertise and long term commitment to the organization.  Waters is a family owned company, holding true to the values of quality, safety, and efficiency, passed down through the generations.

Waters has grown and changed with the times and will continues to do so for years to come. We will continue to fill the needs of the construction industry in order to provide safe and high quality infrastructure.

What We Do

Products and Services

Commercial Construction Project Specializations

Road / Highway
Terminal - Airport / Bus / Railroad

Company Information

Year Established:
Labor Affiliation:
Union Non-Union Prevailing Wages (Davis-Bacon)
Annual Volume:
LEED Experience:
BIM Experience:
Company Size:
100-249 Employees
Service Sector:
Public Private
Typical Project Size:
From $10,000 to $50,000,000
Project Types:
Interior Fit-Ups
Service Work/Repairs

Diversity Classification

Minority Business Concern

Associations & Memberships

AGC (Associated General Contractors)
CAAPA (Connecticut Asphalt & Aggregates Producers Assn.)
CCIA (Connecticut Construction Industries Assn.)
CRBA (Connecticut Road Builders Assn.)
H&H - Heavy & Highway Division of CCIA
NAPA (National Asphalt Pavement Assn.)

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