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We work to develop strong partnerships with our clients and bring creative solutions to the table. Our team has a diverse mix of highly specialized and technical members who are experts in their fields, which include engineering, architecture and virtual design. Our many years of experience foster a collective approach in analyzing a project from each angle, with the goal of creating tangible results for our clients. We build with the intention of exceeding expectations for safety, quality, functionality and aesthetics, and deliver finished products that stand the test of time.

State and Federal Certifications

Housing construction

NAICS and other Codes

236220 (Construction)
238910 (Demolition)
237310 (Highway, Street, and Bridge)
237990 (Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction)
561210 (Facilities Support Services)
561730 (Landscaping)
561790 (Other Services to Building)
561990 (Support Services)
561720 (Janitorial)


“…for Syracuse University’s new Dineen College of Law, a new 200,0002 $70 Million facility immediately adjacent to the Carrier Dome…All of the E. Smith Contractors staff workers were both courteous and conscientious…ensuring their work responsibilities were being maintained. Each time new project deadlines and milestones were established, E. Smith Contractors could be counted upon to meet these challenges with professionalism and without fail. I would have no hesitation to recommend E. Smith Contractors…”

- Otey Marshall, Vice President May 2018

“E. Smith Contractors was actively involved with the abatement and demolition of the Mercy Hospital property in Watertown, New York. The Mercy project was a $4-5 Million project that included demolition of five multi-story buildings constructed between 1934 and 1984… E. Smith Contractors’ supporting activities were provided in an efficient and timely manner. We recommend E. Smith Contractors for any activities that you might be considering them for.”

- Jeffrey L. Aiello, Executive Vice President of Construction November 2015

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