A Leader in the Field

CPRC Group is a privately owned business that has five locations across Maine where people can drop off a variety of commercial and residential waste. Using innovative technologies, this waste is then converted into usable products at the company’s two main processing facilities. In addition, CPRC Group works with about eighty municipalities within Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, assisting them in increasing the amount of waste that is recycled.

CPRC Group

A Passion for Sustainable Waste Management

Caglia Environmental, a Caglia family company, specializes in state-of-the-art collection and processing of trash and recycling. Ahead of their time, the Caglia family companies have spearheaded sound ecological practices for over 80 years, setting an impressive precedent and helping to preserve and protect the environment of California’s San Joaquin Valley.

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New York’s Leader in C&D Recycling

Located in Brooklyn, New York, Cooper Tank Recycling proudly serves the New York City construction and recycling industries. Cooper has been operating a reliable, innovative, and service oriented construction and demolition (C&D) debris recycling facility since 1984.

Cooper Tank Recycling

A Family Company Committed to Safety and the Environment

Based in Johnston, Rhode Island, J.R. Vinagro is one of the largest independently-owned and operated demolition, recycling, and crushing companies in New England. The team operates 150 trucks daily and maintains an extensive inventory of heavy construction and demolition equipment to take on some of the region’s highest profile, most demanding demolition projects.

J.R. Vinagro Corporation

Challenging Projects with Stunning Results

“The real story is the buildings,” asserts Chris Pal intently. Pal is a Vice President at NORR, a full service architectural, engineering and interior design firm, and when I sat down to discuss NORR’s origins, projects and future trajectory, I was immediately struck by the pride and focus that Pal displays for NORR’s work…


The Future of Construction Technology

General contractor and design-build specialist Vandervert Construction has been known for quality private commercial projects since 1975. From its humble roots forty-two years ago, the company has grown, is thriving and now employs sixty people.

Vandervert Construction

The Voice of the Construction and Demolition Recycling Industry

The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) is the voice of the construction and demolition recycling industry in the US. With a mission to promote and defend the environmentally sound recycling of construction and demolition material through a diverse and unified voice of members committed to sustainability, the CDRA provides advocacy, information, and many other benefits to its members.

Construction & Demolition Recycling Association

An Integrated Approach to Building the Client’s Vision

Pacific One Contracting operates as an integrated design build general contractor and developer. A dexterous organization made of solid performers with extensive backgrounds in the construction space, Pacific has a reputation for excellence. Pacific Mechanical Systems Ltd. works in the mechanical industry dealing with the full range of projects from commercial to industrial to residential.

Pacific One Contracting & Pacific Mechanical Systems

Integrity in Building; Integrity in Relationships

We live in an age of specialization. From the restaurants we dine at, to the clothes we buy, to the websites we visit online – they are driven by personal preference.

DBD Group

Success through Strong Values

Live Oak Contracting specializes in multifamily and commercial construction. Rooted in strong values, the company has grown tremendously in recent years. Live Oak is based in Jacksonville, Florida, with projects throughout the eastern US. We spoke with Paul Bertozzi, Founder of Live Oak Contracting, and Katherine Ruttell, Director of Marketing and Business Development, to learn what makes the company so successful.

Live Oak Contracting

Silver (and Steel) Linings

The construction industry has managed to overcome some massive hurdles in 2020. Despite a range of challenges, from orders to halt work during the shutdown to navigating new health and safety requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the industry kept going. As the year draws to a close, it is time to celebrate some of its notable success stories.

January 15, 2021, 6:30 PM EST