New Line Structures ranks #2 in The Real Deal’s 2018 listing of Top Go-To Construction Firms. To read more follow the link below to the full article: New Line Structures Top Go-To Construction Firm: The Real Deal May 2018
The Commercial Observer’s 2017 list looked at the top companies based on the construction value of the projects within the five boroughs in the past year. Read more about the Top Firms here.
In addition to being #10 in The Real Deal’s listing of New York City’s 20 largest Construction Companies, New Line Structures was named #3 in the list of top Construction Companies building in the Borough of Queens. Read the article here.
New Line Structures was recently cited in the May Issue of The Real Deal magazine for placing tenth in their ranking of top ground-up contractors over the last five years. Click here for more information.
We are pleased to announce New Line Structures was listed as #10 in The Real Deal’s list of the top 20 Construction Companies in New York City. Follow the link below for the full listing and more information. Sizing up NYC’s biggest construction bosses
Follow this link to the Commercial Observer, learn about how New Line Structure’s Open Shop construction model is currently competing with Union Construction.
THE BIG 10 Commercial Observer reports on New York’s construction boom and the “vital construction management business,” citing New Line Structures as one of New York City’s Top 10 Construction Firms. Read about the top dogs here: Commercial Observer June 2016: Top 10 Construction Firms of NYC
New Line Structures helps rebuild in post-earthquake Nepal. Travel to Kathmandu with New Line’s Director of Construction Activities: Cross Sections Magazine for the Structural Engineers Association of New York
DECONSTRUCTING CONSTRUCTION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION New Line Structures Project Managers teach second-graders at NYC’s Calhoun School the fundamentals of construction management: 3D model presentation, engineering principles demonstrations, interactive construction activities (“How to make concrete”), and a visit to a New Line job site for the 7- and 8-year-old future builders/architects/designers/engineers: