History and Integrity

In April of 1945 Louis and Rose Feriozzi, hard working and charitable people, recruited their son Joseph and daughter Connie to join them in the family trade, establishing L Feriozzi and Son.  In the early days, the company did renovations and other projects that helped build Atlantic City into a premier resort.

As the City by the Sea grew, so did Feriozzi.  In 1970, Louis's son Joseph along with Joe's sister Connie formed the current company of L. Feriozzi.  Joe quickly became the contractor of choice, as his no-nonsense reliable approach to construction became his hallmark.  Joe was not one to spend a lot of time talking but allowed his work to speak for him.  In the days when your hand shake was your contract and your word was your bond, not only did Joe and his crew build projects that contained significant concrete components, but also built a reputation of integrity and quality.

With the arrival of casino gaming in Atlantic City in the late 70's, L. Feriozzi was at the forefront of opportunity.  The company was deeply involved in the development of several major properties including Bally's, Claridge, Golden Nugget, Trump Plaza, Trump Marina (currently the Golden Nugget) and Trump Taj Mahal.  Often working around the clock, shifts of men completed these projects in record time.  As the firm grew both in capability and project size, Joe was joined by the next generation of the Feriozzi family.  These descendants, brought up in the trade, each with different construction skill sets and experience, became the interim management team.  While expanding their role in other area projects, they continued their deep involvement in Atlantic City construction including projects such as Borgata, Revel, the Trump Taj Mahal Chairmans Tower, the Wave Parking Garage and Pacific Avenue reconstruction.

As the fourth generation enters the firm, the family company that grew out of necessity continues to expand and all of the experience, drive and integrity passed down for generations, proud of the reputation and strong bonds they have created in the industry and the relationships forged with the skilled trade unions that make up the South Jersey work force.