Banton Construction Company was founded in 1979 and has steadily grown to emerge as a leading general contracting firm in the Connecticut market. Although the firm has largely expanded since its inception, the company’s theme has remained consistent – slow and steady growth over the years and upper management’s close involvement in each and every project. The firm values each of its individual projects, subcontractors, employees and clients as critical building block for its future. This practice has ensured a strong record of client satisfaction and overall success throughout the years.
- Banton continues to bid on transportation related projects and was recently awarded three separate contracts from the Connecticut Department of Transportation. The renovations to the Southington Maintenance Facility and the Plainfield Signs & Markings Facility, as well as a generator installation project for five DOT facilities will be the latest additions to our portfolio upon their completion.
- In addition, Banton is currently completing a multi-year contract for Amtrak in Rensselaer, New York.
- Lastly; in early June, Banton broke ground on a Metro-North wayside signalization improvement project extending from Greenwich to Norwalk.
Banton's Safety Committee hosted a company-wide 'Safety Stand Down' at the Best Western Hotel & Conference Facility in North Haven on January 19, 2017. The half-day event was attended by Banton management and field employees and included presentations from Banton's insurance company as well as various project managers. Each employee left with an increased knowledge of Banton's commitment to safe working conditions as well as a new Banton shirt and safety glasses.
Banton served as the primary sponsor of the 'The Physical Freedom Festival,' a fundraising event held in Middletown, CT in September 2016. The event was organized to raise funds to be allocated toward ongoing research and clinical trials currently underway with the goal of finding a cure for Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva. FOP is an extremely rare bone disorder that effects one of Banton's long-time employees. Banton sincerely thanks its many subcontractors, employees and business associates that attended and contributed to the overwhelming success of the event.