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Highlighted Case Studies

The Builders Association of Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania


Vienna, Ohio

Project Description:

Construction of a 4,000-sq.-ft. office building.


Design-Build Services

Benefit/Value to Client:

Although initial estimate costs indicated budget issues at the onset of the project, DeSalvo Construction was able to provide value engineering and a myriad of other preconstruction services, resulting in a building and budget that met all the owner’s expectations.

North-Mar Church


Warren, Ohio

Project Description:

Construction of two additions to house a 1,000-sq.-ft. indoor playground for the church’s childcare facility, while also building a 3,600-sq.-ft. administration wing.


General Trades/Lead Contractor

Benefit/Value to Client:

Our flexibility and planning allowed the church and childcare facility to maintain continuous operation throughout construction.

Henry H. Stambaugh Auditorium


Youngstown, Ohio

Project Description:

Extensive renovation of the nationally registered auditorium’s grand ballroom, as well as the kitchen.


General Trades/Lead Contractor

Benefit/Value to Client:

The project was performed in three phases over a period of two years so as not to disrupt the activities of the facility for any extended period of time. Preconstruction planning and scheduling allowed all previously scheduled events to occur during construction, thus accomplishing all desired renovations while allowing the owner to continue collecting revenue.

Who we are

Since 1984, we’ve collaborated with many architect and engineering firms to complete a wide range of commercial and industrial projects. Thanks to our vast experience, we are able to offer the following services to benefit our clients financially and logistically:


General Contracting


Construction Management




Value Engineering


Cash Flow Projections


Self-Performing Capabilities