Montana Construction in the NewsMontana Construction Completes Twenty Years in Construction (from UTCA Magazine)
In 1993, Vincent Santaite founded Montana Construction with the assistance of his father Dominic Santaite, Sr., the latter whom had many years of experience in the construction industry. Vincent had spent his summers learning the industry from his father prior to starting Montana Construction. The first contract for the firm was the emergency repair of manholes and catch basins in Fort Lee. » Read Full Article
This is Montana Construction’s forte. Our firm is fully equipped to mobilize immediately at any given time for emergency situations. We have efficiently performed emergency repairs and services for some of the largest cities in New Jersey, varying in all types and sizes of sewer and water mains. We have also specialized in constructing all types of bypasses for water, sewer, and storm lines.
Montana Construction has the equipment and expertise to tackle a wide range of heavy construction projects including bridge construction, road paving, tunneling and landfill type projects. Access the links below for more information:
Montana Construction has become one of New Jersey’s finest utility contractors. Our pipe crews are among the best in the Tri-state area. We have installed all types and sizes of sewer, water, storm, leachate, force mains, electric, and gas pipe lines. Find out more below:
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|Line Stops||Sewer Lines|
|Manhole Rehabilitation||Storm Drainage|
|Pipe Installation||Water Lines|
Land and site development can be very challenging. At Montana Construction, we have the capabilities to keep your development project on schedule. We'll help you resolve complex site planning and development issues and guide you through the government approval process.
Our company works closely with you to ensure your vision is achieved. The final product will be an aesthetically pleasing site that is constructed using safe practices that meet all local requirements.
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