Mascaro Construction has built some of Pittsburgh's most recognizable projects, including Heinz Field, the University of Pittsburgh's Biomedical Science Tower 3 and Dick's Sporting Goods corporate headquarters. It's a trend that continues as the company completes its 25th year. “Looking at the talent of our recent new hires, combined with the experience of our tenured construction professionals, our future is bright,” says John Mascaro Jr., president and CEO of the family-owned firm. “It is their willingness to consistently do the right thing and go the extra mile for our clients and each other that has made us one of the top contractors in the region.”
The value that the company places on its customers and employees, combined with its regional focus on the commercial, industrial, and heavy/highway industry, has allowed Mascaro to succeed in the changing Pittsburgh marketplace. Recent growth in these industries, combined with new ventures in the oil and gas arena for clients such as CONSOL Energy, Sunoco, Peoples Natural Gas, will continue to drive Mascaro's need for talented construction professionals.
To remain one of Pittsburgh's best places to work, the company has continued to invest in its employees and their communities. These efforts have not gone unnoticed. In 2012, Mascaro was honored with the national American Business Ethics Award, citing “demonstrated ethical business practices, excellent opportunities for professional growth and extensive charitable outreach in the Pittsburgh community, especially to those causes that are close personally to Mascaro employees.”