Nello Construction was established as a masonry contractor and operated as one for nearly twenty years before becoming a general contractor.
Retro job trailer! Nello first operated in Monroeville before building a small office on Craig Street in Oakland.
Date of Incorporation! Gito, Inc. DBA Nello Construction Company.
Ponderosa Steakhouse in Uniontown. In addition to Ponderosa, Nello worked for a number of restaurant franchises including Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips, Rax, and Wendy's.
Giulio Torriero (left), Nello's founder, and architect Adolfo Marche map “defensive” plans for making Highland Park bath house a safer place for the public.
George Leasure, Nello's former president, was originally hired as a project estimator. George eventually worked his way into project management and upper management in the 90s.
Old project list. Nello's project list is currently in the 1800s!
Gateway Center Station (finished). Gateway Center Station closed on October 30, 2009 and was demolished as part of the North Shore Connector project.
Giulio Torriero walking in front of the formwork for Gateway Center Station in downtown Pittsburgh. Nello would later build the South Hills Junction Station.
Nello's retro pickup on a project site for Franklin Regional School District.
Amos K. Hutchison Bypass on PA Turnpike 66. Nello was contracted to build 15 prefabricated toll booths and eight off ramp toll plazas.
Observer-Reporter article featuring Nello's plan to move from Carnegie (its second office location) and build a new office in Canonsburg.
A historical project, Nello added a second floor to the Fort Pitt Museum located in Point State Park in Pittsburgh.
Nello's roller hockey team claims the league championship at Southpointe Iceoplex! Can you find Bob Skrzyniarz and Gino Torriero?
Nello Construction moves back to Carnegie, PA.