Natoli Press Room

Since 1975, Natoli Construction has continued to grow and maintain its reputation in the industry for performance, honesty and integrity. The company is classified with the State of New Jersey to perform General Construction and Historic Restoration. With 40 years in business, an experienced staff and a pristine track record, Natoli Construction looks forward to the future, continuing its legacy as a leader in the construction industry.

 

Key Firm Information

  • Located in Pine Brook, NJ
  • Partnered with many prominent architecture firms and performed numerous design-build projects
  • Bonding Capacity of $300 million
  • DPMC Unlimited Rating for General Construction and Historic Restoration
  • Unlimited Aggregate Rating for NJSDA State Schools
  • Member of the Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey (ACCNJ)
  • Authorized Kirby Systems Builder
  • Member, Morris County Chamber of Commerce

 

For all press inquiries, please contact Hausman LLC at (646) 742-1700 or email hausman@hausmanllc.com.

 

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Natoli Construction profiled in ACCNJ, Fall 2015 NJ Construction Magazine

January 4, 2016 | New Jersey Construction

Natoli Construction profiled in ACCNJ, Fall 2015 NJ Construction Magazine

January 4, 2016 | New Jersey Construction

In 1975, Joseph Natoli founded a general contracting business that would become one of the most respected firms in the industry. Today, under the leadership of his son, Company Owner Paul Natoli, Natoli Construction celebrates four decades of impressive, renowned projects with an extensive list of prestigious awards. Among them are the construction of the New York Giants’ Home Headquarters, an expansion of Rutgers University Livingston Campus and the remodeling of the Statue of Liberty.


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Natoli Construction profiled in Construction Today Magazine

September 17, 2015 | Construction Today

Natoli Construction profiled in Construction Today Magazine

September 17, 2015 | Construction Today

In 1975, Joseph Natoli founded a general contracting business that would become one of the most respected firms in the industry. Today, under the leadership of his son, Company Owner Paul Natoli, Natoli Construction celebrates four decades of impressive, renowned projects with an extensive list of prestigious awards. Among them are the construction of the New York Giants’ Home Headquarters, an expansion of Rutgers University Livingston Campus and the remodeling of the Statue of Liberty.


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The World Heritage Special: Access 360 Statue of Liberty

December 21, 2012 | National Geographic

The World Heritage Special: Access 360 Statue of Liberty

December 21, 2012 | National Geographic

National Geographic visits the Statue of Liberty, talking with Paul Natoli about Joseph A. Natoli Construction Corporation’s life and safety upgrades work on the Statue. This special is a part of the network’s ongoing series documenting conservation and environmental preservation efforts at UNESCO World Heritage sites.

 


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Mason Gross Adds New Rehearsal Building

September 13, 2013 | The Daily Targum
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Mason Gross Adds New Rehearsal Building

September 13, 2013 | The Daily Targum

The Mason Gross School of the Arts kicked off the new semester with a new, glass-covered, nearly 24,000-square-foot building with room for students to practice, perform and play.

 

Joseph A. Natoli Construction, the company that built the hall, has also worked on the Statue of Liberty as well as a few other buildings on campus, including the Livingston Dining Commons.


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Statue of Liberty Reopens

July 16, 2013 | Civil Engineering

Statue of Liberty Reopens

July 16, 2013 | Civil Engineering

The reconstruction of the Statue of Liberty posed many challenges, but none too great for Joseph A. Natoli Construction Coproration.


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July 4: Liberty Island Reopens Eight Months After Sandy Roared Through New York Harbor

July 5, 2013 | NYC Reconnects

July 4: Liberty Island Reopens Eight Months After Sandy Roared Through New York Harbor

July 5, 2013 | NYC Reconnects

Visitors give “heartwarming” response to the reopening of The Statue of Liberty on this extra special Fourth of July.


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Statue of Liberty Reopens for the First Time Since Sandy

July 4, 2013 | MyFoxNY

Statue of Liberty Reopens for the First Time Since Sandy

July 4, 2013 | MyFoxNY

Onlookers marvel at how great Lady Liberty looks after Joseph A. Natoli Construction Corporation’s Liberty Island renovations.


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Statue of Liberty Officially Reopens July 4th

July 4, 2013 | ABC News

Statue of Liberty Officially Reopens July 4th

July 4, 2013 | ABC News

The Statue of Liberty reopens just in time to celebrate America’s independence. A star-studded group attended the ceremony.


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Statue of Liberty Reopens 8 Months After Sandy

July 4, 2013 | NBC New York

Statue of Liberty Reopens 8 Months After Sandy

July 4, 2013 | NBC New York

Tens of thousands of visitors, including Mayor Bloomberg, come away impressed by post-Sandy reconstruction efforts and the beautiful July Fourth celebration.


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Statue of Liberty Reopens for Independence Day After Sandy

July 4, 2013 | NJToday

Statue of Liberty Reopens for Independence Day After Sandy

July 4, 2013 | NJToday

The National Park Service and partners, including Joseph A. Natoli Corporation, meet extreme challenge head on to get Liberty Island up and running in time for the Fourth of July.


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Officials Scrambling to Reopen Statue of Liberty

July 3, 2013 | Crain’s New York

Officials Scrambling to Reopen Statue of Liberty

July 3, 2013 | Crain’s New York

Joseph A. Natoli Construction Corporation works tirelessly to prepare Liberty Island for a July Fourth grand reopening.


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Rutgers University Builds Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health

April 18, 2013 | Tradeline

Rutgers University Builds Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health

April 18, 2013 | Tradeline

Rutgers University will break ground in mid-2013 on the $55 million Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health. The three-story, 80,000-sf facility will house 25 principal investigators involved in basic research with a focus on genomics and molecular nutrition. The interdisciplinary building will provide 37,198 sf of research, 825 sf of administration, and 28,263 sf of community space. The remaining 13,425 sf is ocuppied by mechanical systems and circulation. The $34 million construction contract was awarded to Joseph A. Natoli Construction Co. of Montville, N.J. Occupancy is expected in 2015.


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Rutgers University Will Soon Break Ground On a Nearly 80,000-Square-Foot Building

April 16, 2013 | IFDA Daily Update

Rutgers University Will Soon Break Ground On a Nearly 80,000-Square-Foot Building

April 16, 2013 | IFDA Daily Update

Rutgers University will soon break ground on a nearly 80,000 sq.-ft. building in New Brunswick, NJ where its Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health will do basic nutrition research, study policy issues and create partnerships with food companies. This week, Rutgers awarded a $34 million construction contract to Joseph A. Natoli Construction in Montville to build a facility that is expected to open in 2015. The total construction project is expected to cost $55 million, reported NJBiz.


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Rutgers Prepares to Break Ground on $55M Food Nutrition Institute

April 12, 2013 | NJBIZ

Rutgers Prepares to Break Ground on $55M Food Nutrition Institute

April 12, 2013 | NJBIZ

Rutgers University will soon break ground on a nearly 80,000 square-foot building in New Brunswick where its Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health will do basic nutrition research, study policy issues and create partnerships with food companies.

 

This week, Rutgers awarded a $34 million construction contract to Joseph A. Natoli Construction Co., in the Pine Brook section of Montville, to build a facility that is expected to open in 2015. The total construction project is expected to cost $55 million.

 

“We want to bring together scholars who will pursue interdisciplinary research; policymakers who will apply that research to real-world problems associated with food and health; and parents, their children, as well as Rutgers students, whose lives can benefit from wellness programs, health education and activities,” said Robert M. Goodman, executive dean of the school of environmental and biological sciences, where the institute is based.


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Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Contract for Construction of Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health

April 11, 2013 | Rutgers Today

Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Contract for Construction of Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health

April 11, 2013 | Rutgers Today

The Rutgers University Board of Governors has awarded a construction contract to build a 79,711 square-foot facility dedicated to fighting childhood obesity and associated adult diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

 

The Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health has existed in temporary quarters on the Cook Campus since 2010. Construction will begin this year and be completed in 2015, according to Peter Gillies, the institute’s founding director.

 

The idea behind the institute is to create and physical space where research, teaching and outreach to the community can take place.

 

“We want to bring together scholars who will pursue interdisciplinary research; policymakers who will apply that research to real-world problems associated with food and health; and parents, their children, as well as Rutgers students whose lives can benefit from wellness programs, health education and activities,” said Robert M. Goodman, executive dean of the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, of which the institute is a part.

 

The Board of Governors has awarded the contract to the Joseph A. Natoli Construction Co. of Pine Brook, N.J. The company has worked on several Rutgers projects in the past.


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Dock Removed, Heating Restored as N.J. Company Begins Sandy Repairs at Liberty Island

February 17, 2013 | The Star-Ledger

Dock Removed, Heating Restored as N.J. Company Begins Sandy Repairs at Liberty Island

February 17, 2013 | The Star-Ledger

Paul Natoli and Joseph A. Natoli Construction Corporation featured in this business profile covering the firm’s post-Sandy recovery efforts at the Statue of Liberty National Monument.


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North Jersey Families Wait Anxiously for Storm’s Arrival

October 29, 2012 | North Bergen Record/North Jersey.com

North Jersey Families Wait Anxiously for Storm’s Arrival

Paul Natoli of Joseph A. Natoli Construction Corporation discusses his firm’s completion of life and safety upgrades at the Statue of Liberty, as well as fears that Hurricane Sandy may inflict damage to the Statue.


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Sneak Peek: Statue of Liberty Upgrade

October 25, 2012 | CNN’s Early Start with John Berman & Zoraida Sambolin

Sneak Peek: Statue of Liberty Upgrade

Zoraida Sambolin reports as Paul Natoli and others welcome a group of wounded warriors to a sneak peak of the soon to be reopened Statue of Liberty.


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Statue of Liberty to Reopen After a Year of Renovations

October 15, 2012 | CNN

Statue of Liberty to Reopen After a Year of Renovations

October 15, 2012 | CNN

New York (CNN) — The Statue of Liberty is set to reopen Sunday after a year of renovations intended to make the iconic 19th-century gift from France easier to navigate and more accessible to visitors with disabilities.

 

The interior of the copper colossus has been closed to visitors since October 2011. On Sunday, the monument’s 126th birthday, visitors using wheelchairs will for the first time be able to visit one of the observation decks, located near the feet of Lady Liberty.

 

“You see this stuff on TV … but to actually be here, it takes on a whole brand new dimension,” said Larry Hughes, a Vietnam War veteran and the first wheelchair user to ride the newly installed elevator to the deck.

 

As he looked out onto the Manhattan skyline, Hughes told Zoraida Sambolin on CNN’s “Early Start” that he felt blessed to be inside the statue instead of looking at it from afar. CNN joined Hughes and other veterans for an exclusive first look at the renovations Wednesday.

 

Watch the video.


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Building for Giants

July 1, 2012 | American Builders Quarterly

Building for Giants

Joseph A. Natoli Construction’s focus on subcontractors has helped the firm win prestigious work, including the training facility for the winners of Super Bowl XLVI.


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Natoli Press Room

Since 1975, Natoli Construction has continued to grow and maintain its reputation in the industry for performance, honesty and integrity. The company is classified with the State of New Jersey to perform General Construction and Historic Restoration. With 40 years in business, an experienced staff and a pristine track record, Natoli Construction looks forward to the future, continuing its legacy as a leader in the construction industry.

 

Key Firm Information

  • Located in Pine Brook, NJ
  • Partnered with many prominent architecture firms and performed numerous design-build projects
  • Bonding Capacity of $300 million
  • DPMC Unlimited Rating for General Construction and Historic Restoration
  • Unlimited Aggregate Rating for NJSDA State Schools
  • Member of the Associated Construction Contractors of New Jersey (ACCNJ)
  • Authorized Kirby Systems Builder
  • Member, Morris County Chamber of Commerce

 

For all press inquiries, please contact Hausman LLC at (646) 742-1700 or email hausman@hausmanllc.com.