We listen to your concerns about your project. Our customer service is one of the best in the industry.
TirCon is able to complete your project on budget and on time.
We know how to get the job done with a construction team that is second to none.
New Construction Rebekah Rehab located at 1050 Havemeyer Ave is a 46,000 square foot new assisted living facility. It is a 4 story building with 2 elevators and 56 handicap accessible units including nurses call stations. The building also has lounges and laundry rooms on every floor, conference rooms and living rooms.
The Downtown Community Television Center Doc House Screening Room is the conversion of a former garage and stable of a landmarked Fire House into a 74-seat state-of-the art digital public cinema. The project created a screening room, related projection room, entry lobby, vestibule, ticket sales booth, snack bar, restrooms, storage and an ADA lift.
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The Notre Dame project involved the construction of Notre Dame’s Arts & Humanities Center and Dining. The Notre Dame Academy project included a new 27,000 square foot building made up of classrooms, technology center, art room, chapel and a full service kitchen and dining hall. The new construction preserved and integrated artifacts from a demolished campus building with artistic care.
Dolphin Tent Structures and Filtration System
New York Historic Building
New golf house, dining rooms and locker rooms.
The landmarked Frank Lloyd Wright Showroom
Our dedicated staff is just a phone call or an email away. We treat your project like no other construction company in the Tri-State area.
Sal has over 35 years experience planning, integrating, and completing commercial, institutional, and residential projects. His knowledge of the industry, sense of client focus, and in-depth understanding of the complexities of construction make him a valued partner in every project. Sal was awarded his Bachelor of Science Degree from New York University in 1974. Over the course of his career, Sal Tirro has been an influential force in key construction projects throughout the tri-state area.
Thomas has been Vice President at Tirro Construction since 2014 and has been responsible for planning, scheduling, designing and supervising significant projects for the company. He holds a Bachelor's degree in business management from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. Thomas has worked on significant construction projects such as Beth Shalom Lawrence, Long Island, NY; Woodside Apartment Building in Queens, NY and Rebekah Residence in the Bronx, NY.
It was in January 1995 when TirCon President and CEO, Sal Tirro heard that Staten Island families had to travel to ice skating rinks in Coney Island to take their kids for ice hockey practice and league games. While it was only a half hour trip, it was a quite an investment in time for hundreds of parents, many getting up at 4 am to make sure their kids got ice time.
Sal saw the need for an ice rink in the community he served. After some research, Sal discovered that there were some 27 high school hockey teams on Staten Island that were looking for home ice. Within ten months, TirCon Construction funded, planned, and built "The Pavilion", a professional, Olympic size skating complex that not only provided high school hockey teams with a home, but also opened up an entirely new range of sports and fitness to thousands of young men and women. From ice hockey, to figure skating to recreational skating for families, The Staten Island Skating Pavilion was able to fill a huge void in the community.
Over the last 25 years SISP has been home to scores of hockey teams, hundreds of figure skating clinics and classes, and boasts at least three players who have made it to the pros. SISP also holds programs featuring members of the New York Rangers alumni.
SISP has become a focal point of the Staten Island Community and has satisfied the demand for a great recreational facility.
(COVID-19 Update: We are now OPEN! We follow strict guidelines as set forth by the New York State Health Department and the CDC including social distancing, masks and daily sanitation of the facility. )
TirCon replaced the wooden altar with the current stone altar. The centerpiece is the beautiful white marble bas relief of the Last Supper which has been part of the original altar. In addition, the tabernacle, which had been moved to the side was once again brought back to the center.
We are experts at navigating through the complex world of Government contracts by utilizing decades of experience.
Our corporation has exacting standards, TirCon was able to meet and exceed them.
We've built dream homes for scores of families, treating each home as if it were our own.
3080 Arthur Kill Road | Staten Island, NY 10309 | p: 718.948.1700