“Despite the pandemic, we are seeing steady growth in commercial and residential construction,” said GreenHeart Companies Owner and President Brian Angelilli. “In this difficult time, construction matters more than ever and is an essential industry to lead the US economy.”
Founded in 1974 and incorporated in 2009 in Ohio, Boardman’s GreenHeart Companies prides itself on being a trusted partner for commercial and residential construction. GreenHeart has expanded its reach through four divisions: GreenHeart Construction Group, GreenHeart Homes, GreenHeart Restoration and Millwork, GreenHeart Property Management and Real Estate Group.
Last year, GreenHeart Construction Group was awarded a General Contractor’s License by the State of West Virginia (the 1st of 14 states in process) which allows GHCG to bid and work in the great state of West Virginia.
“We are thrilled with this opportunity,” said Brian Angelilli, President of Greenheart Companies, “because it will allow us to expand our area of service. We’ll also be able to continue expanding geographically into other states.”
GreenHeart’s GreenHeart Construction Group highly skilled construction team has completed a comprehensive roster of customized projects in 2020, including YSU campus loft apartments, medical, financial and retail centers.
GreenHeart Restoration and Millwork also was near completion of a 100 window, doors, and trim restoration project of the iconic Bentley Hall at Allegheny College n in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
In 2020, GreenHeart saw a steady increase of revenues over the previous year. The company now employs 42 and is active in Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia in addition to its Mahoning Valley operations. The company’s focused growth in 2020 necessitated the hiring of additional project managers, site-superintendents and support personnel. The Property Management and Real Estate Group expanded, and John Angelilli became a licensed Real Estate Sales Agent.
Specific growth and transformation plans are underway in all of GreenHeart’s divisions for 2021:
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the construction industry remains resilient — even in the face of tremendous challenge.
“You can’t hang drywall from your house,” said Brian Angelilli. “However, we have taken the proper procedures to keep our customers and employees safe.”