Verticon Construction Services, Monroe, NY, is a family owned general contracting and full-service construction firm, operating for 65 years. Co-owners Irving and Alan Zuckerman have devoted their careers to the field of construction and contracting, as did their father and grandfather. In 1993, Verticon Ltd was incorporated, with the understanding that experience and personalized service are the keys to satisfying and exceeding client needs. Customer care and successful project completion have been the constants throughout, as the Zuckerman family name is known throughout the Region for quality, service, and superior value.
Verticon’s experience includes many successful private and public projects that were initially won in tough competitive bid situations. That means we offered the best pricing, utilization of the best subs, and had the most realistic and pencil-sharpened schedules and budgets. It means that our great reputation and years of experience counted. It means that we earned the trust of the individual, the company, the corporation, the non-profit or the municipality, to do their project. It means that Verticon is proud of our work, and would be happy to connect you with our project owners for references.
Verticon has always taken great pride in helping our community grow and prosper. We take active roles in Economic Development organizations and Broker forums throughout the region. We also serve on numerous Boards, and contribute to many non-profit organizations throughout the area. Verticon’s owners are humbled that their longstanding commitment to the community has not gone unrecognized. Marcel Martino, president and CEO of Inspire has said this of Verticon’s generosity, “Knowing that a company has made a meaningful gift year after year to a nonprofit organization on your (the community’s) behalf, gives you a feeling for its social conscience. Verticon’s gift to Inspire earlier this year, as in past years, supports our important work and is reflective of the Zuckerman Family’s compassion for its community.”