ABC’s 2021 Women in Construction Week Celebrates ABC Board Member Erin Sperry!

Erin Sperry, President,  Sperryco, LLC

Erin Sperry is the President and Owner of SperryCo, LLC, a heavy/highway and commercial contractor specializing in geotechnical construction – deep foundations and support of excavation systems. SperryCo pursues projects primarily in the upstate New York region. Erin studied engineering at Clarkson University and had previous experience as an executive at a manufacturing company before founding SperryCo in 2018.

SperryCo now holds the prestigious distinction of a New York State Women Business Enterprise and a New York State Department of Transportation Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, with reciprocity in Rhode Island and Vermont.

“What I love most about construction is the people. I am proud of the team that I have built at SperryCo and the relationships we have made with other contractors and groups within the industry. We have to deal with many technical and circumstantial challenges – unexpected conditions, weather, safety, suppliers – and at the end of the day managing all of these elements leads to a tangible sense of accomplishment that builds the strength of the team.”

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Labor Affiliation Shouldn’t Matter When Rebuilding New York

By |February 9th, 2021|Categories: News, Statewide|

To say that “Building New York out of pandemic means supporting Union Labor”, Crains New York Business, February 3, 2021, is to say that overlooking hundreds of thousands of New York City resident workers in ethe open shop world is actually helpful in a pandemic.

Labor agreement for I-81 will raise costs and sideline local workers (Commentary)

By |February 1st, 2021|Categories: Central New York, News, Statewide|

Earlier this week, the Post Standard published an article submitted by Associated Builders and Contractors Chief Operating Officer Jeff Albert regarding a potential PLA on the I-81 project.

Non-union Businesses Locked Out of Bidding to Rebuild Olympic Oval

By |January 28th, 2021|Categories: Albany, News, Statewide|

ABC Empire State Board Member Jeff Luck from Luck Brothers Construction sends a letter to the Olympic Regional Development Authority asking them to remove the PLA on a major renovation project. ABC is also engaging with ORDA to remove the PLA requirement.

NYC Announces New PLAs, Community Hiring Initiative

By |August 19th, 2020|Categories: News, Statewide|

"By implementing PLAs," Sampson said, "he is actually hurting the people he wants to help and stopping them from working prevailing wage jobs. It’s time for the mayor to support fair and open competition on all taxpayer-supported projects."

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