Company History

     Harrington Construction was started in 1958 by William Harrington Sr. primarily as a General Contracting and Paving Company. It remained in it’s original form until 1990, when William’s son John entered the business. John provided new energy, direction, and vision as he mapped out the future for Harrington Construction.

     John’s initial expansion into an associated field was to move his Company into House Line Excavation. With his existing Project Managers, Fred Zahn and Michael Roskie this early growth was done organically. As this new division grew John realized the need for additional qualified management. He went out into the Project Management Pool and hired Douglas Bockoven. Doug was a Senior Project Manager with over 30 years of experience in the House Line Excavation Industry. With this stabilizing addition to his Team John then saw an opportunity to again look towards the horizon and envisioned adding a Landscape Design Build Division to his stable of existing disciplines.

     In 2005 we added William Mulvaney to assist John in total business operations and future business decisions. Willie also brought with him over 35 years of experience in the Landscape Design Build Industry and would act as the cornerstone in the development of this new venture.

     Recently we added Mark Rafalco to our administrative staff as Senior Project Estimator. Mark has been on both sides of the Site Work Development ball field as a Lead Estimator for a Industry Leading Union Contractor and as Lead Project Feasibility Estimator for a Large Regional Developer. With this current team of Leading Players in their respective areas of expertise We at Harrington Construction have positioned Ourselves to offer both Developer and Homeowner a seamless progression on the varied facets of their projects.

     Our future goals include exploring the Green Building Industry and the Implementation of Residential sustainable and Alternative Energy Sources. We are looking forward to the challenges that the Future holds.