Address:256 W 124th St
Manhattan, NY 10027
Company history and description:
Our Company We have a dedicated in-house staff which operates out of a 19,000 square foot facility. Mamais directly employs a workforce of over 150 full-time employees that enable us to control the quality, timeliness and cost-effectiveness of our projects. We specialize in high-end interior alterations and renovations; offering a well-organized, well-equipped, and highly professional approach to our projects. Additionally, we have a staff of highly experienced woodworkers who focus on all types of custom fabrication; ranging from basic shelving to sophisticated custom cabinetry, and from simple construction to complicated details with fine finishes. Our company has built a reputation on proven performance and we remain fully committed to providing our customers with the very best in Quality & Service. In 1965, 21-year-old Louie Mamais and his brothers left their home in Greece for the promise of the American dream. Already in construction by trade, they spent the first three years refining their skills as carpenters and millworkers until deciding to establish their own company in 1968, known today as Mamais Construction. From the start, the Mamais approach to business was to provide exceptional service coupled with quality and value to the customer. This concept resonated with clients and Mamais Construction quickly developed a devoted customer base which lasts to this day. The company grew steadily during the next three decades, while building on its reputation for quality work and professional service. Why Choose Mamais? We are a self-performing contractor. A self-performing contractor is more proactive at anticipating and resolving construction issues because they are performing the critical tasks internally. Additionally, when an owner selects a general contractor who self-performs, they will be rewarded with a number of benefits including quality assurance, better communication, control over the schedule, cost savings and efficient utilization of manpower and machinery.