546/586 Gulf Avenue, Staten Island, NY

One-Story Warehouse Building

Project Description: Three years (eight months per building) — $400 million

The project involved the construction of a new 1 million-square-foot warehouse building. It also included major site work and utilities for three buildings on three separate sites.

The project scope included a new building with mezzanine 42 feet from grade, precast panels, steel, metal decking, poured concrete deck, and footings. Major utilities from City Grid (electric, plumbing, sewer, and gas) grading, site work, curbs, and asphalt parking are also included in the scope.

Pre-task planning for all construction trades was performed as they mobilized onto the site to identify and reduce hazards. Menotti participated in all weekly construction meeting to identify upcoming tasks with the trades and to review the safety requirements, whether it be a New York City Department of Building requirement and/or OSHA requirements. We also participated in all major hazardous tasks, including but not limited to tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety related tasks. OSHA training was provided for various subcontractors outside of the job for a separate fee.

Menotti Enterprise acted as the lead liaison with NYC Dept. of Buildings BEST Squad inspectors, along with the owner, contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, and all trades. We also conducted initial project orientation presentation for all trades starting day one along with making sure all who entered the construction site had the proper and required credentials.

Not only did Menotti reduce all risk and liability to all who owned and entered the site, but we also prepared a construction site safety plan and offered engineered drawings. Our construction management team protected the public, all workers, and adjacent properties during each phase of the project.



1903 West Farms Road, Bronx, NY

New 16-Story Residential Building

Project Description: Two years — $100 million

The project involved the construction of a new 16-story residential building with steel, plank, and masonry construction. Similar to the aforementioned project, major utilities from City Grid, grading, site work, curbs, and asphalt parking were also part of the scope.

The Menotti team conducted pre-task planning for all construction trades as they mobilized onto the site. We took part in all weekly meetings to create upcoming tasks with trades, identify potential risks, and lay out all safety requirements. Our team played a role in all major hazardous tasks including tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire-related tasks.

As is the case with many of our projects, we served as the primary liaison with NYC’s BEST Squad inspectors, along with the owner, contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, and all trades. We took it upon ourselves to make sure all who entered the construction site had the proper and required credentials. Menotti also held an initial project orientation for all trades starting day one.

At Menotti Enterprise, our job is to reduce all risk and liability to everyone who owns and enters the site. This means preparing a construction site safety plan and offering detailed engineered drawings. We’re pleased to say we protected the public, workers, and nearby properties during all phases of this $100M project.


1227 Broadway, NYC

40-Story Hotel

Project Description: Three years — $400 million

The project included reinforced concrete work and use of a tower crane excavation was performed on a $200 million cubic yard, five stories below grade.

We first conducted pre-task planning for all construction trades as they moved onto the site. The Menotti team participated in weekly meetings to determine possible hazards and lay out all safety measures whether it be NYC Department of Building requirements and/or OSHA requirements.

Menotti played a key cog in all major hazardous tasks such as tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety related tasks. We should also note that OSHA training was provided to various subcontractors outside of the job for a separate fee. Menotti served as the lead communicator between the owner, contractors, construction managers, and subcontractors.

We emphasized the importance of safety from the project’s inception by checking that everyone who entered the site had the necessary credentials. At Menotti Enterprise, our job is to reduce all risk and liability for all who own and enter the site. Needless to say, this 40-story hotel went up without a hitch in terms of safety.


302 East 96th Street, NYC

New 20-Story Residential Building

Project Description: Two years — $100 million

This project involved reinforced concrete and a mobile crane. Pre-task planning was done for all construction trades as they mobilized onto the site. The Menotti team laid out all safety requirements, including those in accordance with OSHA, and identified potential hazards as part of weekly construction meetings. Our workers took part in all major dangerous tasks such as tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and others.

Menotti served as the lead liaison with New York City’s BEST Squad inspectors, along with the site owner, contractors, construction managers, and all trades. We put together an initial project orientation presentation to ensure everyone who entered the site had the necessary credentials. By taking such a proactive approach, we were able to minimize the risk of site hazards.

It’s safe to say we cover all the bases at Menotti Enterprise. As is standard practice for every project, we developed a construction site safety plan and offered engineered drawings. Menotti protected the public, works, and adjacent properties during each phase of this project.


41 Park Row, NYC

12-Story Facade Renovation

Project Description: Four months

Menotti handled pre-task planning for all construction trades as they moved onto the site. Our team participated in all weekly meetings to identify upcoming tasks and pinpoint specific hazards. Menotti also laid out site safety requirements, whether it be in accordance with the New York City Department of Building or OSHA. Our workers had major roles in all hazardous tasks, including tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, etc.

Menotti Enterprise served as the primary liaison with the area’s BEST Squad inspectors, along with the owner, contractors, construction managers, and subcontractors. As a firm that emphasizes safety, we made it a priority to see that everyone who entered the site had the proper and required credentials. This is why we put such an importance on our initial project orientation presentation.

Just because this was a four-month project doesn’t mean we took safety measures lightly. The Menotti team put together an extensive site safety plan and offered engineered drawings. From start to finish, we protected the public, workers, and nearby properties.


30 West 21st Street, NYC

Three-Story Addition

Project Description: $10 million

This project involved a three-story addition to an existing 12-story building, including exterior and interior work. Similar to how we approached the previous projects, our team conducted pre-task planning for all workers as they moved onto the site. Menotti sat in on weekly construction meetings to identify upcoming tasks and potential hazards. On top of that, we laid out the project’s safety requirements, whether they be in accordance with OSHA or the NYC Department of Building.

The Menotti team took part in all major hazardous tasks, including tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety-related work. We even took it upon ourselves to provide OSHA training for various subcontractors outside of the job for a separate fee.

Menotti Enterprise is more than just another construction management firm in New York City. Ultimately, our job is to reduce risk and liability for all who own and enter the site. From preparing a comprehensive site safety plan to offering engineering drawings, Menotti has your next project covered. See how we can protect the public, all workers, and adjacent properties during construction.


432 East 162nd Street, NYC

New Residential Building Project

Project Description: $125 million

This project included pre-cast slabs, bearing wall block, brick EIFs, and an on-site mobile crane. We handled pre-task planning for all construction trades as they mobilized onto the site. From there, we took part in weekly meetings to pinpoint upcoming tasks and identify hazards. Menotti also laid out the project’s safety requirements to ensure they were in accordance with the NYC Department of Building and OSHA.

As the project progressed, we took part in major hazardous tasks such as tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety-related work. OSHA training was also provided for a number of subcontractors outside of the job for an additional fee.

Menotti Enterprise is all about reducing risk and liability for those who enter the site. There’s no question that our extensive safety plan and engineered drawings made a difference during this project. Our team protected the public, workers, and nearby properties during each phase of construction.


1283 York Avenue, NYC

New 18-Story Building

Project Description: $100 million

This project involved a curtain-wall with steel/metal decking and concrete. Not only did we identify upcoming tasks and hazards, but we laid out the Department of Building and OSHA requirements. Menotti participated in major hazardous tasks such as tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety-related work.

Menotti went over an initial project orientation presentation for all trades starting day one to ensure that everyone who entered the site had the proper credentials. As is the goal with every project, our team reduced risk and liability for all parties. The combination of our experience and a well-constructed site safety plan helped protect the public, workers, and adjacent properties during each phase of construction.


200 East 59th Street, NYC

New Building Ground-Up Excavation Phase

Project Description: 30 months — $350 million

The project included poured-in-place concrete and a tower crane. Since the project took two and a half years to complete, pre-task planning was essential. The Menotti team also participated in weekly meetings to identify upcoming tasks and hazards. We laid out safety requirements right from the beginning, whether they were associated with OSHA or the NYC Department of Building.

Our workers played a role in all major hazardous tasks such as tower crane installation, crane lifting task planning, and fire safety-related work. On top of that, Menotti provided OSHA training for interested subcontractors.

Here at Menotti Enterprise, we are all about developing uncompromised safety solutions. In this project (and each of these referenced projects for that matter), we relied heavily on a sound site safety plan and engineered drawings to protect all persons and properties during construction.