Rinaldi Group founder and president Anthony Rinaldi on WFAN, discusses safety issues for construction workers and pedestrians, modular building trends, and challenges faced by small business owners.
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Rinaldi Group. The technology saves time, improves quality control and reduces construction nuisances like traffic snarls and general disruption.
“That is the beauty of modular construction,” the chief executive of Rinaldi Group, the project’s construction manager, told the Journal. “It really minimizes disruption to the neighborhood, to the community, to the traffic flow.” – Anthony T. Rinaldi, President and CEO of Rinaldi Group LLC From CurbedNY: A curious concrete finger has, for months, poked […]
“That is the beauty of modular construction,” said Anthony Rinaldi, CEO of the Rinaldi Group, which is the construction manager of the hotel project. “It really minimizes disruption to the neighborhood, to the community, to the traffic flow.”
From the Wall Street Journal: “That is the beauty of modular construction,” said Mr. Rinaldi. “It really minimizes disruption to the neighborhood, to the community, to the traffic flow.” A Dutch company has built a splashy high-rise hotel in Poland—and shipped it in 210 pieces to New York. The 20-story, 300-room project at 185 Bowery […]
Rinaldi is working with a team of about 10 workers from Polcom Modular to install 210 modules built in Poland.
The modular installation, which began in late November, is expected to take about three to four months, compared with the six to nine months it would have taken to build that portion using traditional methods, said Anthony Rinaldi, chief executive of the Rinaldi Group.
Rinaldi Group’s Aloft Climb Upon The Ladder Of Success
In the recession of 2008, many construction firms laid off employees. The Rinaldi Group also suffered – but did not let any of its people go.
Once one of the hottest high school baseball prospects in the nation, Anthony Rinaldi chose real estate instead, and his latest project in fort Greene is just one part of a multi-phase myrtle avenue master plan.