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HOME Universal Management & Contracting Corp. is a construction management and general contracting firm that specializes in all types and sizes of commercial construction projects. Our reputation is built on providing quality construction services on time and within budget. This has been and remains our mission, and is the foundation upon which our company is built.
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90 John Street Suite 405 New York, NY 10038 Voice:  212-952-1290 Fax: 212-952-1291 Email: info@universalm.com
SERVICES Universal provides general contracting, construction management, and feasibility consulting. Our staff consists of experts that include the firm’s principals, project managers, and field supervisors. Our principals are directly involved in all of the details of each client’s project at every stage of construction. In addition, our management and supervisory teams are well-versed in every aspect of the construction process, including pre-qualification of sub-contractors, time and budget management, and adherence to quality assurance requirements. Through our experienced team, Universal fosters a partnership with our client and with each professional and trade on every job by providing current, updated, vital information throughout the construction process.
CLIENTS Universal’s experience spans new construction core and shell through to tenant fit-outs, and includes base building upgrades and specialty restorations. Our diversity keeps us on the cutting edge of new architectural and engineering technologies. In addition, Universal has won accolades for achieving outstanding results collaborating in the production of high-end, innovative, and creative designs.
Industry ExperienceBanking/Financial ServicesEducational FacilitiesIS and Web Technology OfficesLaw ProfessionalsMedical FacilitiesNonprofitsPrebuiltsRestaurants/Food ServicesRetail/ShowroomsNotable ClientsAdeccoAdministaffBank of AmericaCablevisionCitigroup/Smith BarneyLaGuardia Community CollegeRoosevelt InstituteSotheby'sSPIN MagazineThornton ThomasettiWilliam T. Grant Foundation