GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND
Quality, integrity and performance is a fourth-generation tradition at Orlando Annulli & Sons, Inc. in Manchester, Connecticut. While in college (UCONN’43), Orlando Annulli worked with his father building houses. As the company grew and moved into the commercial market, he established the Annulli Construction Company, which later became Orlando Annulli & Sons, Inc. His son, Lon Annulli, joined the business full-time after graduating from Wentworth College with a degree in Building Construction in 1975. Lon serves as President and is highly regarded for his skillful management, aggressive scheduling and cost controls. Lon’s son, Adam Annulli, worked with Orlando Annulli & Sons Inc. as a part time laborer until he graduated Mount Ida College in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. Adam now serves as Vice President and works as Project Manager and Business Development Manager.
Orlando Annulli & Sons, Inc. provides a full range of construction services that include :
Construction Manager at Risk
Construction Manager as Advisor
Metal Building Contractor
Typically, when a person envisions a steel building the image is a basic warehouse with no character. It’s built for function. Using the building systems and products from Varco Pruden, Orlando Annulli and Sons has been able to be creative with design elements and products to create metal buildings that are beautiful as well as highly functional. In the past 23 years, Orlando Annulli and Sons has received numerous awards from VP as a top builder by SF size and cumulative sales out of thousands of dealers in the Northeast. It’s nice to receive recognition for completed projects but even better to look forward to the next: Large or small.
Welles - Turner Memorial Library Addition and Renovations
2407 Main Street, Glastonbury CT
New addition consisting of 2700 square feet to an existing historic library.
Renovations to include upgrades to all three floors of the facility.
All work will include mechanical and code upgrades as well.
Ground breaking to occur Saturday, December 19, 2020