Rescom Construction Management

Business Address: 265 Maxim Dr.
Hopatcong, NJ 07843
Morris County

Business Contact: Mr. Lou Berretta
Co-Owner
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Service Disabled Veteran Owned | Army, Retired | Member since March 5th, 2010

Rescom Construction Management remodels commercial and residential buildings. We do it all no job to big or small.

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My 32 years in the military has given me the opportunity to meet people. Soon of those people are my friends in business and social life. It has open up a field of opportunities that I could not do before.

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