Excel Builders & Renovators
General Contractors, Altering & Remodeling Contractors, Bathroom Remodeling, Building Construction Consultants, Building Contractors, Building Specialties, Carpenters, Door Repair, Fence Materials, Fence-Sales, Service & Contractors, Fireplaces, Flooring Contractors, Home Builders, Home Improvements, Kitchen Planning & Remodeling Service, Painting Contractors, Skylights, Tile-Contractors & Dealers, Windows-Repair, Replacement & Installation
Excel Builders & Renovators Inc. was founded in 1994 by its president, Matthew Goldfine who brings over 35 years of general contracting experience to the company. Rooted in the tradition of old world craftsmanship combined with modern materials and an obsessive attention to detail, the company has grown from a small upstart to one of the most respected and reputable contractors in the New York metropolitan market.
Excel spent its first five years building a solid reputation developing high profile United States government projects under the auspices of the General Services Administration. Totaling roughly 40 in all, the projects included a series of courtroom renovations, clerk’s offices, libraries, staff quarters and judge’s chambers at One Bowling Green and 40 Foley Square in New York City.
In 1998, Excel was responsible for the Design/Build of a coordinated office space that combined four divisions of the US Department of Transportation including the Maritime Administration and the Federal Highway Administration. Subsequently, Excel began taking on highly specialized projects including the installation of breakaway hangar doors housing armed and ready F-16 fighter jets at the NJ Air National Guard Base in Egg Harbor, NJ. Additional projects included replicating custom antique doors requiring painstaking attention to detail, restoring antique stained glass and refurbishing a variety of stone materials.
In 1999 Excel was chosen to Design/Build the prestigious Federal Trade Commission offices at One Bowling Green, NYC. The project, which also included extensive restoration work of the general areas, included authentically restoring the historic marble hallway wainscoting and repainting columns to be historically accurate in a painstaking process requiring a seven color alternating pattern.
The same year Excel was one of two contractors chosen by Parson’s School of Design to renovate identical classrooms as part of a competition to determine who would be awarded a five year long contract. Coming in under budget, under schedule and at a higher level of quality Excel, was chosen as the superior contractor and was selected to renovate the remaining 30 year old classrooms. When it came time to choose a Design/Build contractor to construct Parson’s prestigious Donghia Materials Resource Center, Excel was the obvious choice.
Also in 1999, Excel was chosen to renovate Richard Holbrooke’s offices after his appointment by then president Bill Clinton as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations.
The design and construction of a secure US Marshalls’ facility in 2000 to house witnesses of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing cemented Excel’s reputation as a reliable builder of high precision, high security installations. Also in 2000 Excel renovated and restored the Smithsonian portion of One Bowling Green including the renewal of a variety of wood, stone, bronze and other metal surfaces and in 2002 renovated the United States Passport office. In 2004 Excel renovated and restored the US District Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit including the courtroom and judge’s chambers.
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