Redcom Design & Construction
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A concrete foundation
We’re deeply rooted in tradition. Established in 1982 as REDCO, we’re a second-generation general contracting company equipped with in-house professionals experienced in architecture, engineering, project management, construction, and interior design.
Constructing our new name
Twenty-eight years of success under the name of REDCO led us to expand our vision, work, and name. As REDCOM, we’re ready to take on larger and more design-intensive projects. Whether that includes medical facilities, office and professional buildings, athletic centers, automobile dealerships, private schools, universities, or pharmaceutical facilities – we have the resources to give your dreams structure.
New builds on the horizon
We’re drawing up the blueprints for even bigger projects in the future. Our team is committed to designing and constructing the architecturally sound commercial, institutional, medical, educational, and industrial buildings you’ve come to expect from REDCOM. Now we’re ready to take it a step further. We’re focused on providing a more disciplined concentration on high-end design. From concept to completion, we’re here to help you at every stage of the building process.
Founded by Jim Redington
REDCOM working on one of its earlier jobs, Acura of Denville
Current President, Greg Redington, joins REDCO
Transfer of ownership to second-generation
Roberto Martinez working at the new location in Westfield, NJ in the shared offices with Modestino Architects
Launched REDCO Energy Solutions
Established REDCOM Design & Construction
Purchased property at 137 Elmer Street
137 Elmer Street Open House after renovations and additions
Moved into 433 North Ave East, which was designed and built in-house
Giving Your Dreams Structure
With our in-house estimators, engineers, architects, project managers and on-site superintendents we have the talent and resources to take on larger, more design intensive projects.