For over a century, The L. Suzio York Hill Companies have provided materials, including concrete, for some of the largest, most important construction and infrastructure projects throughout south central Connecticut. In 2008, one of their largest projects was completed—the Yale History of Art Academic Building, an 84,000-square-foot structure. The project also included a complete renovation of the nearby Rudolph Hall, which houses Yale's School of Architecture.
These projects, completed through a partnership with J.L. Marshall in Rhode Island, are part of The L. Suzio York Hill Companies' reputation as the leading material supply company for even the most ambitious projects, from major bridge reconstructions to highways and university buildings. In fact, the History of Art Academic Building is not the only building on the Yale campus built or renovated by The L. Suzio York Hill Companies'. They have also worked on the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Courts, the Forestry and Environmental Services Building, and Ingalls Rink Renovation, among others.
This leading concrete supplier has been providing materials to Connecticut businesses and homeowners for over 110 years. With their wide range of gravel, concrete, and flowable fill products, there's almost nothing they can't handle. Whether you're building a bridge or just putting down a new driveway, their drivers will deliver the products you need at some of the best prices in the industry.
Visit The L. Suzio York Hill Companies online to see samples of their previous projects, follow them on Twitter to learn more about what concrete can do, or call (203) 237-8421 to discuss your project today.