Westfield Business Takes Home Big Awards

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REDCOM Design & Construction was honored twice in the past month for its rapid growth.

REDCOM Design & Construction, a Westfield-based company established in 1982, has taken home two prestigious awards in the past month. The most recent award came on Thursday night, when REDCOM was named the 9th fastest growing company in New Jersey. Publisher NJBIZ presented the award during a ceremony held at The Palace at Somerset Park.

REDCOM was also acknowledged in October, when Inc. Magazine recognized the nation’s fastest growing companies. The design and construction firm placed #1942 out of 5000, revealed at the event at the J.W. Marriott Desert Resort in Phoenix, AZ.

Gregory Redington, the current owner of this second-generation firm, purchased the company from his father over twenty years ago, with the intent of taking on larger and more complex projects. Redington has taken the company to the next level by establishing REDCOM in the Auto Dealership, School, Industrial, and Commercial Facility spaces.

REDCOM recently purchased a larger building on North Avenue in Westfield to accommodate an immediate need for its expansion. "We're bursting at the seam," says Redington. The closing on the building took place earlier last week, and all necessary renovations should be completed within the next six months.

About REDCOM Design & Construction
REDCOM Design & Construction is a multifaceted design/build and general contracting company with in-house Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers, Project Managers and Site Superintendents. For over thirty years, REDCOM’s single-source responsibility along with qualified professional and experienced Project Managers have enabled REDCOM to design, receive approvals for, and construct many diversified facilities. It recently opened an office in Manhattan, NY, as well as Floral Park, NY, while also establishing itself in Maryland and Connecticut. REDCOM recently designed, and is currently building, Audi of Freehold in Freehold, NJ, Darbe Mehr Zoroastrian Cultural Center in Pomona, NY, and Johnstone Supply in Hanover, NJ.

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