General Construction / Construction Management
To be successful it takes dedication and commitment to team work.  L. Feriozzi has built relationships that serve it well when it comes to bringing the best resources to bear on every project. All of the family members currently involved in the business maintain current union memberships in various trades, including Cement Masons Local #2, Carpenters and Joiners Local #255, and Operating Engineers Local #825, each bringing their own specific expertise to the project. As L. Feriozzi moves into the future, they continue to expand their staff and capabilities to further expand their role on larger General Construction projects.

Project Executive James Simpkins leads this division of the company with over 30 years experience in a variety of major construction projects in the region. His continued relationships with designers, consultants, subcontractors and approving agencies are instrumental in the success of projects.

Jim’s experience is represented by the following projects:

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  • Cumberland TruStone: Vineland, NJ
    ($4 million) A lightweight block manufacturing plant.
  • Bally’s/Claridge Connector: Atlantic City, NJ
    ($25 million) 3-story Casino expansion, retail and meeting space constructed above an active street.
  • Flanders Hotel; Ocean City, NJ
    ($3 million) Addition of 3 floors on top of an existing historic hotel adding 5 high-end penthouse suites.
  • Former Jewish Federation; Philadelphia, PA.
    ($20 million) Renovation of an 18-story building for conversion to Condominium/Hotel
  • Resorts Casino/Hotel Renovation; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($54 million) Concurrent renovation projects within single facility including renovation of 500-room hotel tower, 75,000 S.F. of casino space, 5 restaurants, the hotel lobby, and the exterior.
  • Delaware Correctional Facility; Smyrna, DE
    ($60 million) A 600 cell addition to existing facility.
  • Hilton Tower Expansion; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($80 million) Construction of a 300-room Casino/Hotel Tower addition.
  • Tropicana Casino/Hotel South Tower; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($135 million) 500-room expansion of an existing casino/hotel including an indoor amusement park complete with Ferris wheel and roller coaster.
  • Claridge Hotel/Casino; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($92 million) Casino/hotel renovation and expansion.

The firm is an active member of the Building Contractors Association of Atlantic County. They are also members of the Building Contractors Association of New Jersey.  L. Feriozzi is fully licensed and classified by the State of New Jersey as a General Contractor. The company is rated by the N.J. Department of Transportation (NJDOT) for projects of up to $100,000,000.00, by the N.J. Schools Development (NJSDA) for up to $81,000,000.00, and the N.J. Treasury, Division of Property Management and Construction (DPMC) for up to $81,000,000.00. The Company is licensed as a Home Improvement Contractor by the N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs, holds a N.J. Casino Control Commission Service Industry License, and an Atlantic City Contractor’s License.

Concrete Construction

From the early days of Atlantic City, the Feriozzi family has been instrumental in its growth.  It was only natural that when the buildings started reaching for the sky so did L. Feriozzi.  Concrete construction takes manpower, and with the current President, Joseph L. Feriozzi, a member of the Cement Masons Local #2, getting quality craftsmen is a matter of pride.  L. Feriozzi can easily focus their energies and experience on the concrete aspects of a project whether self-performing the concrete work as part of a General Contract, or working as a Concrete Subcontractor for others. At L. Feriozzi quality and integrity are more than goals. We strive to live up to the standards set early on and are committed to making sure we can be proud of every project no matter what the size. 


Some examples of completed projects include:

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  • Dennis Substation Foundations; Dennisville, NJ
    ($1,142,662) – General Contractor
  • Trump Taj Mahal – New Hotel Tower Foundation; Atlantic City, New Jersey
    ($3,329,600.00) – Subcontract to Bovis Lend Lease LMB, Inc.
  • Boardwalk Bank – Branch Office – Ocean Heights; Egg Harbor Township, NJ
    ($144,820), – Subcontract to Massett Building Company
  • Caesars Transportation Center; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($11,042,362) – Subcontract to Massett / Bertino, Joint Venture
  • The 40/40 Club; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($224,358) – Subcontractor for Tishman Corporation of New Jersey
  • Rainforest Café – Trump Plaza – Atlantic City, NJ
    ($111,775) – Subcontract to Baumgardner Construction Company, Inc.
  • Borgata Fountain – Atlantic City, NJ
    ($57,305) – Subcontract to K H S & S Contractors of NJ
  • Tropicana Porte Cochere Renovations Atlantic City, NJ
    ($477,000) – Subcontract to Keating Building Corporation
  • Boys & Girls Club; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($127,490) – Subcontract to M.B. Markland Contracting Company
  • Vision 2000 / Retail & Apartment Units; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($107,250) – Subcontract to the Delta Organization, Inc.
  • Bally’s Park Place – Wild Wild West Casino Expansion; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($219,970) – Subcontract to C. Abbonizio Contractors, Inc,
  • Harrah’s Casino Expansion Project – Phase I  Atlantic City, NJ
    ($2,561,147) – General Contractor
  • Renovation of Garden Pier – Civic & Art Centers; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($4,097,394) – General Contractor
  • Egg Harbor Township Middle School Egg Harbor Township, NJ
    ($1,379,000) – General Contractor
  • Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital – Phase II; Cape May, NJ
    ($286,000.00) – Subcontract to Turner Construction Company


Roadway, Transportation and Infrastructure Construction

Since many of the roadway and transportation projects utilize concrete heavily, it was a natural fit for L. Feriozzi.  Once again, L. Feriozzi not only can provide the concrete work but can manage entire boulevard streetscapes. By assuming the General coordination of all of the various subcontractors including, concrete, paving, utilities, landscaping and site furnishings, they can provide a complete package to Owners and Designers. L. Feriozzi has the added advantage of having a materials recycling facility, the concrete removed becomes the sub base for new roadways keeping the project environmentally neutral and reducing costs.

Completed projects include:

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  • Middle Substation – Tank Foundation – Conectiv – Rio Grande, NJ
    ($86,120) – General Contractor
  • Swimming Pool Renovations @ 5000 Boardwalk Condominiums Ventnor, NJ
    ($132,720) – General Contractor
  • Atlantic City International Airport – Apron Expansion; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($735,852) – Subcontract to A. E. Stone, Inc.
  • Linwood Arboretum; Linwood, NJ
    ($159,193) – General Contractor
  • 2007 Capital Roadway Program Ventnor, NJ
    ($307,726) – General Contractor
  • Rehabilitation of Main & Mill Streets; Hamilton Township, NJ
    ($654,760) General Contractor
  • Reconstruction of Monmouth Avenue; Margate, NJ
    ($520,329) – General Contractor
  • Stabilization of Jobs Point Bridge; Egg Harbor Township, NJ
    ($102,737) – Subcontract to A. P. Construction, Inc.
  • Reconstruction of Shipmaster Drive; Brigantine, NJ
    ($353,539) – General Contractor
  • Elevated Walkway at Atlantic City Expressway Pleasantville Toll Plaza; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($560,145) Subcontract to A. P. Construction, Inc.
  • Beach Nourishment Project & Handicap Dune Crossovers; Cape May Point, NJ
    ($634,739) – Subcontract to Arthur R. Henry, Inc.
  • Fairmount Avenue Parking Lot; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($798,444) – General Contractor
  • Street Reconstruction @ 40th South, 24th South, 4th North & Sterling Place; Brigantine, NJ
    ($370,704) General Contractor
  • Missouri Avenue Tank Pad – Conectiv; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($154,975) – General Contractor
  • Merion & Ship Bottom Substations; Ocean City & Ship Bottom, NJ
    ($1,526,387) – General Contractor
  • Borgata Ring Road – Civil Site Work; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($732,908) – Subcontract to Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc.
  • Bacharach Boulevard Greenway Pedestrian Mall; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($424,240) – General Contractor
  • Improvements to Virginia Avenue – Route 30 to Pacific Avenue; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($2,874,204) – General Contractor
  • Relocation of Huron Avenue Pump Station & Sewerage Force Main; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($443,230) – Subcontractor for Lafayette Utility Construction Company
  • AT&T Cable Landing Station Addition; Tuckerton, NJ
    ($1,467,272) – Subcontract to Turner Construction Company
  • Tropicana Neighborhood Beautification; Atlantic City, NJ
    ($527,093) – General Contractor
  • Bay Avenue Redevelopment & Roadway Reconstruction; City of Somers Point, NJ
    ($824,771) – General Contractor
  • Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant; Cape May, NJ
    ($78,100) – Subcontract to C & T Associates, Inc. – Pennsylvania
  • Atlantic City Convention Center Corridor Lighting;Atlantic City, NJ
    ($196,450) – General Contractor


Green Projects

Recycle and renew is the big focus within the construction community and is a key component of LEED Certification.  L. Feriozzi can assist in this process as a New Jersey Certified “Class B” Recycling Center.  Concrete and asphalt can be removed during the demolition phase of a project and recycled to become useful materials for such things as roadway base.  This is a large savings to a project owner, not only in expense, but also in the elimination of possible project delays due to materials issues.

Solar Energy and Other Energy Related Work

Solar energy is another of the Green capabilities that L. Feriozzi possesses.  They can build a team of experts that can handle a complete project.  From design to installation, L. Feriozzi has the capabilities to walk you through the process and have you living off the grid in no time. Renewable energies are most cost effective and there are more incentives to go green than ever before.   Solar energy systems are being installed on parking facilities, commercial properties, industrial locations and even residential properties.

Some examples of completed energy projects include: