Construction Activity Expected to Rise on Strength in Non-Residential and Residential.
Gains in housing to be tempered by a drop in institutional, public works and electric utilities.
Firms in Focus | Camsan Electrical Contractors, 15 Halloween Blvd.,Stamford, Conn.
President/COO: Tom Sanseverino
Summer Strong: Camsan is performing the electrical work on the $62-million Summer House project, a 227-unit residential building in Stamford. Completion is scheduled for fall 2015.
Eric Greene Vice President, Western Region
Erland Construction Inc.The entire New Haven to Stamford area is active and appears to be becoming an extension of New York City, Greene says. "In particular, we are seeing buildings that put 'heads on beds' as the hottest market," he adds. This includes large apartment buildings such as Morgan Lofts, a 175-unit building in Stamford that is scheduled to begin work early next year.
Greene expects to see more residential projects in Stamford and a hotel in Fairfield County. A large mixed-use project is also planned for Bridgeport, he says.