The Tallman Building Company Inc., based in Southport, Connecticut, is a general contracting firm with unparalleled experience in constructing high-end custom homes, as well as diverse institutional and commercial buildings. Having established itself as one of Connecticut’s premier builders, our firm’s resume includes some of the most prestigious homes and owners in Fairfield County along with corporate properties of national reputation. With over thirty years of experience, the Tallman Building Company comprises loyal and talented craftsmen with expansive knowledge and technical expertise. Our passion, integrity and commitment to the details of workmanship have enhanced our reputation as Fairfield County’s finest. We have had the great fortune to work effectively and collaboratively with many of the most highly respected architects and designers in the region.
In recent years, our firm has renovated “Chelmsford,” the important McKim, Mead, and White estate listed in The Great Estates: Greenwich, Connecticut, 1880-1930; in addition to “Riegel Point” in Southport, widely considered to be one of the most exclusive properties on the East Coast. Our work has received national awards from Custom Home and Period Homes. The Tallman Building Company has been published in Architectural Digest, Better Homes and Gardens, Elle Décor, Town and Country, At Home, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, Luxe, and Serendipity, amongst many others.
“A Tradition Of Quality, A Commitment To Excellence” is the promise of the firm’s main principals Paul Tallman, Bill Manderville, and Daryl Tallman. Paired with the talents of veteran field managers our combined efforts deliver this promise while personally pricing, managing and servicing every project. Working within a broad range of architectural forms including classical, contemporary, and period restoration has given us the wealth of knowledge all of our clients deserve. Our dedication to the building process goes beyond “brick and mortar” and has led us to long-lasting client relationships.