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Business Spotlight: Construction

The Davis Companies: Hitting a New Housing Sweet Spot

Since 1976, The Davis Companies (TDC), based in Boston, has been a leader in successfully repositioning, developing, and managing commercial office properties. The firm invests in a range of real estate types, with properties located primarily in the Northeast. TDC currently has investments in approximately 120 properties, representing nearly $3 billion of gross asset value and new construction of 2.5 million square feet.

Windover Construction: Art of the Pivot

Windover Construction started out as a hedge against a difficult economy. Nearly a decade later, its unique value proposition has shaped their customer experience and helped them become a legitimate standalone success.

SumCo: Good (and Profitable) Work by Alliance

In 2006, brothers Chad and Travis Sumner founded SumCo Eco Contracting, a Salem-based firm specializing in ecological construction. SumCo occupies a narrow niche, focused on a wide range of environmentally centered projects.

Connolly Brothers: More Than A Century of Vision

In 1880, four brothers started Connolly Brothers Inc., a small construction company, based in Beverly Farms. More than 130 years later, a fifth generation is leading the firm into the next century.

Oaktree Development: As Solid As It's Name

Oaktree Development LLC, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was originally founded in 1969 as Unihab, Inc. as a design/build company specializing in factory-produced, urban, multifamily housing, with a vision of maximizing quality and value by emphasizing good design.

Capone Iron Works Inc.: Coming All The Way Back

During the 1980s, business was booming for Capone Iron Works Inc. The company, started in 1951 by Charles A. Capone, Sr., in a garage in Winthrop, was fabricating and installing structural steel and miscellaneous metals for the private and public sectors.