Founded in 1979 by brothers Nicholas and Gerard, Lettire Construction Corp. has established itself as a leader in the mixed-income, affordable, supportive and institutional housing sectors and as a partner of the New York City and State housing agencies. Lettire is proud to be a partner of the City of New York’s plan to build 200,000 homes by 2026. Lettire’s portfolio of work spans the private sector, building hospitality, retail, market-rate and luxury residential developments.
Lettire has built over 50 projects containing more than 4,000 apartments, with total hard costs in excess of $1.7B. Lettire recently bound its second Contractor Controlled insurance Program, totaling more than $1B, and maintains a $700M bonding capacity. Lettire’s pipeline consists of 10 projects containing 3,000 apartments with total hard cost in excess of $1B.
Lettire created its development affiliate, Urban Builders Collaborative, in 2010 to focus on mixed income and affordable markets throughout the metropolitan New York area, including projects in Westchester County and in Essex County, N.J. The development pipeline consists of 2,000 apartments throughout Opportunity Zones in the Northeast.
Based in the East Harlem Community since 1979, Lettire has made significant contributions to the redevelopment of the neighborhood, maintaining a strong presence in the community as an owner, developer, builder, employer, and charitable organization, creating local jobs and promoting business opportunities with local subcontractors and vendors.
We are closely involved in all aspects of construction, from the initial bidding process through day-to-day supervision to final completion. Our personal commitment to each project helps create the value proposition we offer, as we consistently deliver excellence.
At Lettire, we make good on our total commitment to jobsite safety in several key ways, including training and technology. Jobsites are complex environments with hundreds of workers, materials, machinery and tools spread across several floors, making it hard to know where workers and resources are at any time – especially in a noisy city setting. Always on the lookout for innovative technology, in January 2017 we began using the Spot-r, a belt-worn, wireless, rechargeable safety sensor, from Triax.
Spot-r lets us know where workers are located on a site so supervisors can respond quickly to any incidents. The system also stores worker accreditation information, including equipment operator certifications and when certifications, such as OSHA-10 or OSHA-30, are due for renewal.
Spot-r has been a game changer for jobsite safety and management, our primary concern, because it gives us the ability to immediately know when there is a slip, trip or fall and where someone is located, it helps us get help to the worker immediately. In these situations, every second counts.
Every Lettire project benefits from our use of best practices in sustainable design and construction from groundbreaking to completion. This begins with site selection identifying sites that offer:
Lettire is proud to be a leader in sustainable development – an early adopter and an ongoing explorer of innovation in the world of green construction.
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