Tony Conti (“Honest Tony”) immigrated to the United States and started T.N. Conti & Sons, building stonewalls, steps, and patios.
Tony’s son, Gerald, started Conti Contractors, expanding the business to encompass both private and public clients. Work spanned from constructing sewers and small roads to waterproofing basements.
Gerald’s son, Nat, formed Conti Construction Company. He kept family tradition and stressed the importance of quality craftsmanship coupled with high integrity. Nat continued to diversify the services offered by constructing channels and culverts, large sewer systems, as well as plowing snow.
Conti establishes itself as an environmental contractor, tackling some of the most hazardous sites. The company's continued diversification in both civil and environmental services includes environmental construction, the Department of Energy (DOE) Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) program, New Jersey Department of Transportation roads and bridges, large site work, and assorted civil projects.
Kurt G. Conti, in close collaboration with the Management Team, seeks to turn Conti from a local contractor, into an industry leader in transportation, power, dams, major civil projects, telecommunications, along with a focus on serving the US federal government.
Conti Construction Co., Inc. is officially renamed to Conti Enterprises, Inc. Today, the company is known as Conti Civil.
Building cellular communication towers up and down the eastern seaboard, Conti Communications is launched. It is later sold to Quanta Services in 1999.
Despite doing federal work since 1990, Conti earns its first federal prime contract as Conti Federal Services.
The company embarks upon new terrain with their first project in the solar industry. Conti continues to serve the solar industry for nearly 20 years until selling CS Energy in 2021.
Conti celebrates 100 years of delivering high-quality projects to its customers, earning the reputation as a company who gets the job Done Once and Done Right. Although the company has changed over a century, the core values of honesty and integrity have remained the same.
Conti completes its first international projects in Guam and Spain. Pictured here is Andersen Air Force Base in Guam.
Conti Federal opens a New Orleans office to service the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans district with their Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project. Conti Federal continues its work in New Orleans from disaster recovery and response projects to constructing critical infrastructure for the region.
Conti Federal wins our first contract in Israel. Celebrating over a decade of service to the USACE Europe district in Israel, the company continues to serve the area with an office located in Omer.
Conti Federal earns Project of the Year in Specialty Contracting from Engineering News-Record for our Hurricane Sandy disaster relief efforts. Conti companies have earned more than 25 Best Project awards since 2003.
Originally called BuildSourced, a technology company revolutionizing industrial asset tracking and analytics, is later expanded in 2017 to become Tenna.
The Conti Group is formally organized into a holding company.
US and Israeli military officials gathered on Nevatim Airbase to inaugurate new hangars built by Conti Federal to house the F-35 aircraft. Since this celebration, Conti Federal has delivered another set of F-35 Hardened Aircraft Shelters and is currently constructing another set - continuing to serve the mission of the Israeli Air Force and the F-35 program.
Conti Federal relocates its corporate headquarters from Edison, New Jersey to Orlando, Florida. A new office is also opened in Rapid City, South Dakota to help the company serve our clients in the midwest.
Conti Federal establishes an office in Rapid City, South Dakota.
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