Breaking News

Norco Construction Completes Build-Out Of Tavern On The Green

[imagebrowser id=284]

NEW YORK—April 25, 2014— Norco Construction (Norco) is pleased to announce that it has completed the build-out of the new 10,000 square-foot Tavern on the Green restaurant designed by architect Richard H. Lewis, marking a revival for the 150-year-old iconic Central Park dining space.

An Elegant Return

Norco fitted the high-end space with luxurious finishes including marble countertops and aged wood flooring, panels and trusses to match the style and old-line charm associated with the historic Tavern on the Green name. The firm also installed elegant chandeliers and lighting fixtures to compliment the restaurant’s sophisticated interior, while fashioning the exterior with a refined façade, lampposts of the highest quality and a graceful canopy to welcome guests.

In addition, Norco effectively installed the landmark building’s infrastructure, including complete mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, to ensure restaurant operations would begin on time and run efficiently.

Overcoming Complex Challenges

Norco developed a comprehensive construction calendar and displayed superb project management ability to overcome the project’s complex schedule, which called for Norco’s contractors and New York City contractors to be operating simultaneously at the restaurant with upwards of 150 tradesmen all working towards the same end-result. Norco’s resourcefulness, effective communication with city contractors and aggressive approach to executing the construction calendar allowed Norco to complete the project before the deadline, giving the restaurant ample time to prepare for its grand reopening.

About Norco Construction, Inc.

Norco Construction, Inc. provides comprehensive construction management services for commercial retail, base building, corporate, healthcare, hospitality and institutional projects in the New York City area. From new construction to renovation and design/build projects, Norco Construction, Inc. has built a reputation for effectively managing complex projects and resolving every challenge. The firm’s wide range of expertise offers clients a full-service resource for all their construction needs, without the hassle of outsourcing various facets of a project to multiple contractors or subcontractors.


4 Responses

Leave a Reply
  1. LostInCentralPark
    May 06, 2014 - 04:18 PM

    Norco Construction is a joke. They were actually thrown off the job. CEO of Norco, Norman Rijo is a thief. Treats his subcontractors and employees with disrespect. The man had no idea what he was doing. His staff of only 4 people completed the project. All the props should go to his job super who throughout this difficult project maintained his professionalism and integrity and promised to complete the project for opening. Even if he wasn’t on Norco’s payroll. Do not use Norco Construction to build anything. They are unprofessional, have no integrity and quite frankly inexperienced in providing service to their clients.

  2. Lost in Sayville-
    May 08, 2014 - 03:05 PM

    Funny- how people try to discredit others as they have no business commenting on issue that they have no idea about- last i heard the owners haven’t paid heir bills over 2mm- and a plump owner’s representative was trying to extort money from the General contractor-

    NORCO finished the project- and it was beautifully built.

  3. LostInCentralPark
    May 13, 2014 - 09:02 AM

    Your statement is incorrect. Where is Norco now?? The project was done with the excellent help of the job super which did an amazing job. All Norco was there to do was collect or should I say, extort money. Each and every sub was paid every month, and those that did not get paid every month was because Norco was not including them in the billing. If you want to give credit, give it to his staff that did the best they could without the owner of Norco. He’s an immature person that does not pay his bills and treats people with disrespect. Why do you think Norco was unable to handle the money on this project. He’s a thief.

  4. NormanRijoExposed
    May 13, 2014 - 09:37 AM

    Nice article, Norman!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *