Downtown Meriden Improvements
Suzio York Hill supplied materials for many of the ongoing improvements to downtown Meriden, CT, done in conjunction with LaRosa Construction of Meriden.
Suzio York Hill supplied materials for the Amtrak renovations in Meriden, Berlin and Wallingford, CT, done by Judlau Contracting of New York.
Fibers, along with other admixtures, allowed Natale Concrete Construction of Bloomfield, CT to meet the owners’ specifications of this first-of-its-kind slip formed curb design.
Residential Patio Placement
Conte Construction of Norwalk, CT chose the Nutmeg color concrete for a patio placement.
A completely dry-batched, micro silica mix design allowed Knowles Industrial Services of Gorham, ME to run hundreds of feet of hose to accomplish the dam's resurfacing.
A superplasticizer mix helped Complex Construction of Oxford, CT's tilt-up wall placements go well for the Lockup Storage project.
Quinnipiac University York Hill Campus
The L. Suzio Companies worked closely with O&G Industries of Torrington, CT in developing Quinnipiac University's York Hill Campus, complete with new suite-style residence buildings, a student center and a five-story parking garage.
Yale’s Ingalls Rink Renovation and Addition
The L. Suzio companies were called upon by S&F Concrete of Massachusetts and Epifano Builders of Stratford, Connecticut to provide their materials for Yale’s Ingalls Rink Renovation and Addition.
The L. Suzio Concrete Company was part of a large-scale project producing a 620 MW Combined Cycle Electric Generating Facility, being done by O&G Industries of Torrington, CT.
Yale History of Art Academic Building
The L. Suzio Companies teamed up with Rhode Island-based J.L. Marshall in developing another Yale-affiliated building which spans over 84,000 square feet to be used by the History of Art department.
Yale’s Forestry & Environmental Studies Building
The L. Suzio Companies teamed up with J.L. Marshall of Rhode Island in developing Yale’s Forestry & Environmental Studies Building.
The Smilow Cancer Hospital
The L. Suzio Companies paired with Manafort Brothers Inc. of Plainville, Connecticut in developing The Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven.