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FLATIRON

Flatiron District, NYC
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ABOUT SWEET GROUP

We are a New York-based general contracting and construction management firm with over 110 years of successful history in the Tri-state region. 


We provide the full spectrum of design-build, infrastructure, disaster response, and health facility services. As a leader in the construction industry, Sweet Group serves all levels and sectors of government and private industry in a wide range of markets. 


From our roots in 1912 as a small family-owned and operated business, we have established  a proud history and reputation.


Our philosophy has remained the same -- to deliver quality construction and exceed expectations throughout every project lifecycle.  By paying attention to details, costs, and schedules and responding to the concerns of our clients, we have built an impressive record of success.

 

SWEET GROUP COMMITMENT TO

DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

Sweet Group is committed to working with Minority & Women Business Enterprise(M/WBE) certified firms, vendors and subcontractors to increase diversity in construction projects. Sweet Group recognizes city, state and federal M/WBE certifications, Section 3 Businesses and Individuals, and complies with policies and laws established by the certifying agencies.

Our company understands the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion and with a broad range of construction projects, Sweet Group, will continue to support and develop relationships with M/WBE certified firms, vendors, and subcontractors. We look forward to working with you.

 

OUR TEAM

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STEVEN ALESSIO


CEO/President

salessio@sweetconstruction.com

Tel: 212-929-2100

STEVEN ALESSIO
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DANIELLE GRILLO PEMBERTON

DANIELLE PEMBERTON


Director of Public Projects 

dpemberton@sweetconstruction.com

Tel: 212-929-2100

A RICH HISTORY IN THE TRI-STATE AREA

In 1987 a fire devastated the Biltmore Theater, and the doors were closed.

 

The Manhattan Theater Club added the theater to its performing arts campus, but before the theater could once again open it's doors, extensive renovations and updates were needed.    

Sweet was contracted to restore the historic theater back to it's original glory. The original finishes and technical supports were all improved to provide a better theater experience for performers and the audience.

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