What We Do

Our Services


  • Architectural
  • Structural
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Fire Suppression
  • Fire / Security Alarms
  • Data & Communications


  • New Construction
  • Building & System Assessments
  • Additions
  • Exterior Renovations & Weather Tightening
  • Pre-Construction Planning
  • Project Scheduling
  • Pre-Engineered Buildings
  • Budget Planning


  • Tennant Improvements
  • Fit-outs
  • Demolition
  • Site Repairs
  • Structural Remediations
  • Concrete / masonry repairs
  • Floor sealing & coatings
  • Carpet replacement
  • Window / storefront / curtain wall replacement
  • Building “Facelifts”
  • Office remodels
  • Restroom / locker room upgrades
  • Interior / Exterior painting
  • Roofing,Thermal & moisture protection
  • HVAC
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Fire Suppression systems

What We’ve Done

  • Warehouses
  • Office Buildings
  • Retail / Office Fit-outs
  • Commercial Developments
  • Fitness Buildings
  • Heavy Industrial
  • Churches
  • Refrigerated Warehouses
  • Military Facilities
  • Research Facilities
  • Demolition
  • Water Bottling Facilities
  • Emergency Repairs
  • Residential Renovations
  • Schools
  • Airport Hangers
  • PEMB New & Restorations
  • Pole Barns
  • Civil Works
  • Medical & Labs
  • Clean Rooms
  • Public Works
  • Gymnasiums
  • Structural Remediation
  • Federal Projects
  • Manufacturing

How We Do It

Our Services Are Tailored To Your Needs

These questions are designed to start you thinking about your involvement in the construction process; time, cost and risk; and the complex phases of construction. Every project is different in complexity and their answers have a significant impact on our approach and the services you may need. Call now to discuss.

Time, Cost & Risk

  • Does this project have a time sensitive completion date? Have you factored in governmental review periods, approvals and permitting?
  • Management of a project from conception to keys will take either your time or your money? Do you have the experience or willingness to learn by error?
  • Do you prefer to manage civil and building designers and subcontractor and check to ensure scopes are covered and not overlapped? Or do you prefer to have 1 competent point of contact with the experience to do it for you?
  • Do you have the time required for re-programming your work force and coordinate new equipment, or business processes as a result of this project, as well as the management of your construction?

Development / Site Design

(New Construction / Additions)

  • Does your budget match the overall project cost (development + design + construction = your budget)?
  • Have you reviewed government agency regulations pertinent to your project? (DOT, SCD, DEP, Local, County, State, planning / zoning, construction requirements?
  • Have you met with the municipality to discuss your project?
  • Can the utility providers accommodate the new power, sewer, water requirements? What is their cost?
  • Do you have a conceptual site design complete? (new building size, parking, storm water, utilities, landscaping, lighting, soil conservation)
  • Did your land use attorney represent you in the planning board meeting? Any variances required?
  • Have you discussed financing options with different lenders?

Building Design

  • Are you carrying the risk of design errors that cost money during construction?
  • Is the design team considering your budget when making design decisions and finish selections?
  • Did your design start with a conceptual floor plan allowing you to visualize changed/new space requirements?
  • Is your design “budget friendly” by considering existing electric panels, hot/cold water, sanitary drains, fire suppression, IT, walls, ceiling systems, construction type, etc?
  • Has the design team reviewed existing system loads and changes to determine adequacy of power and HVAC systems?
  • Does your design include permit and construction plans for: architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire suppression, fire/burglar alarms, phone/data, furniture as needed?
  • Does your design include appropriate and detailed finish selections such as specific floor coverings (VCT, LVT, Tile, carpet, wood, epoxy); floor base; paint colors and sheens; carpentry systems; ceiling systems, wall types?


  • Has your design been reviewed for constructability? Existing conditions can accommodate the new design?
  • Has your design been value-engineered for cost savings that don’t affect quality, schedule, aesthetics, warranties, etc.?
  • Has your building design been submitted for building, electrical, fire, plumbing, HVAC permits?
  • Have you protected your existing space/equipment from damage during construction or discussed?
  • Is your staff and schedule ready for adjustments and temporary changes? Alternate entrances, shipping/receiving coordinated?
  • Have your expectations of safety and quality been conveyed and means of managing them?
  • Does the detailed schedule of construction activities / overall timeline meet your needs?


  • Does your construction team have a full-time field superintendent that will coordinate daily activities of subcontractors, municipal inspectors, field changes, safety and quality?
  • Do you have a master schedule? Are you getting an updated weekly schedule?
  • Did you easily get the contractor’s insurance certificates and any required licenses?
  • Are you performing any required special testing or inspections?
  • Are you keeping up with construction as-builts highlighting minor changes in field construction and design?
  • Is your contractor following proper install requirements as it relates to temperature, humidity and cure time.
  • Are you getting organized operations and maintenance manuals and warranties?

Contract Methods

Stipulated Sum Contract

Stipulated Sum, Lump Sum or Fixed Price Contract is the most basic agreement between a contractor and owner and is used when the scope or plans & specifications are fully developed such that all costs can be estimated in detail. The contractor is solely responsible to execute the scope at a set price. In this agreement, the owner has assigned the risk of construction costs to the contractor, but is subject to cost changes if the design changes.


  • Allows the owner to get bids from multiple contractors
  • Assigns all construction risk to the contractor


  • Has the longest overall project schedule
  • Risk of design errors or omissions is still on the owner
  • Cost of the project is unknown until the design is complete
  • Typically higher contractor fees because of higher risk

Cost Plus A Fee Contract

“Cost Plus” contracts can be used when the plans and specifications are not fully developed, such as when the project details are still being finalized and the owner wants to start construction and complete the details with the builders input. The owner agrees to pay the cost of the work (labor / material / equipment) plus a percentage for the contractor’s overhead and profit. Since the contractor is reimbursed only for actual costs plus their fee, if actual costs are lower than estimated, the owner keeps the savings; if actual costs are higher, the owner pays the additional amount.


  • Provides for a shorter overall project schedule
  • Allows the owner more control over the budget by including the contractor before the design is complete
  • Typically lower fees because of lower risk
  • Construction risk is shared between owner and contractor
  • Multiple subcontractor bids shown to the owner


  • Requires more accounting oversight
  • Risk of design errors or omissions is still on the owner
  • Cost of the project is still not fully known early on

Design-Build Contract

A design-build contract is appropriate when the owner wants one entity to be responsible for both design and construction… from “Concept to Keys”. It’s the preferred contracting method under a tight schedule, with a known budget. The design-builder manages and utilizes the strengths of the entire team of designers and subcontractors to fit the owner’s budget.


  • The shortest project schedule of all 3 contract types
  • Allows the owner full control of the budget
  • Has the lowest fees because it carries the lowest risk
  • Construction and design risk is on the contractor
  • Multiple subcontractor bids shown to the owner
  • One point of contact from design through completion and warranty years


  • All responsibility is on one entity
  • Requires more accounting oversight


Safety is a top priority. This is how we prove it.

Personal Protective Equipment

Proper PPE is mandatory on all job sites at all times

OSHA Certifications

All Napoli employees are OSHA 10 or 30 Certified

Health & Safety Plans

Custom plans overlapping client requirements and site specific concerns

Safety Orientations

Prior to site access, workforce is oriented to hazards and regulations

Tool Box Talks

Weekly jobsite discussions highlighting pertinent OSHA standards

Mod Rate (EMR)

0.926, well exceeding industry average


Quality is a hallmark of Napoli Construction which effects functionality, aesthetics and lifespan. Here’s how we manage it.

Preconstruction Preventative Methods

Vet experience, check references, inspect previous work

Precon meetings discussing means & methods

Field Preventative Methods

Identify definable features of work (DFOW) and expectations for quality

Identify requirements for: existing finishes protection; noise restrictions & air quality and cleanliness

Field Prescriptive Methods

Review initial work in place and note as acceptable or assigned a deficiency level.

Deficient work: Level 1 (Field); Level 2 (Management); Level 3 (Executive)


We provide Product & Workmanship warranties and Operations and Maintenance (O and M) Manuals at the end of each project.