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© 2019 by Colonnelli Brothers, Inc.

Proffesional Associations

 

Fields of Work

Bridge Construction

Gas Mains & Services Installation

Underground Electric Installation

Heavy Transportation Construction​

 

Heavy Excavations

 

Water, Sewer & Drainage Systems

 

Utilities, Pump stations

Milling, Paving, Road Work and Concrete​

 

Demolition and Site Work

 

Earth Protective Support Systems

 

Foul Weather Maintenance

 

Emergency Construction Service 24/7

We are delighted that you are visiting the CBI website to learn more about our unique and dynamic firm. For over thirty years the firm has been serving the construction and engineering needs of the citizens of the states of  New Jersey and lower New York.

 

Since its founding in 1986, the firm has and is dedicated to providing quality construction and engineering services, being a leader in the construction industry while exploring new construction techniques and methodologies and most importantly to support the construction and engineering industry in a professional and ethical manner with dedication to both the client and the industry.

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Welcome

 

Phone: (201) 440-1118
Fax: (201) 440-8282
Emergency line: (201) 440-1118 

Colonnelli Brothers, Inc.
409 South River Street

Hackensack, NJ 07601

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EMAIL

info@colonnelli.com

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Corporate News

11/22-2019

 

Thompson Avenue Bridge opened. Colonnelli Bros finished the work on Thompson Avenue bridge in Bridgewater and alleviate the traffic at the busy intersection. We worked hard in order to meet the deadline and were able to open the road before the the Holiday season.

11-14-2019  

 

Colonnelli Brothers continues work on Beaverdam Lake dam renovation. This        $ 4M project for the County of Orange, NY includes major reconstruction to the gravity dam spillway and crest. 

11-5-2019

Berkeley Heights has a new bridge at Mountain Avenue. We were pleased to alleviate the traffic of Berkeley Heights with the newly reconstructed bridge on Mountain Avenue.