Since 1956, M&M Construction Company has been serving the needs of both commercial
and residential clients. Founded by brothers
Albert and Anthony Mauti as M&M Plumbing & Heating, the company grew from a small local plumbing contractor to a successful plumbing and heating firm capable of completing any size job.
Owned and managed by second-generation family members Joseph A. Mauti and
Albert G. Mauti, Jr., M&M Construction serves a broad constituency of commercial, institutional and residential clients, both public and private. As General Contractor, M&M Construction is responsible for all services necessary for a complete and successful project. Material, equipment and sub-contractors are all controlled and managed with the team at M&M. The company is also known for its ability to take a project from concept to completion when contracted as a Design/Build team.
Why Choose Us?
M&M Construction provides a comprehensive portfolio of construction services and scales these services to the specific needs of their clients, based on the project scope, budget and timeframe. Whether large multi-year projects, or projects of smaller scale, M&M has the skills, resources and knowledge to complete the job within budget and time constraints.
BUILDING WITHSolid Solutions and Strategies
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
MUNICIPAL PROJECTS UNDERWAY
DESIGN+BUILD PROJECTS THIS YEAR
M&M will consult with our clients based on their needs. We act on your behalf to facilitate the following services...
When overseeing the bidding process and executing the project it is our role to drive value.
From project accounting to overseeing the team, from maintaining schedules to bidding to outside vendors our dedicated team is ready.
Design And Build
Design and build are all about working efficiencies created within the design phase.
We seek to get involved early in the design phase so that we can manage the project most efficiently.
A project isn’t complete just because the construction phase is done. We offer additional support to ensure your continued satisfaction.