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History

Meeting the challenge for more than 100 years.

From our very first projects in St. Louis, Missouri, Alberici has grown to be one of the largest and most respected general contractors in North America.

1918

Gateway to Opportunity
John Alberici, an Italian immigrant, founds J.S. Alberici Construction Co. in St. Louis, Missouri.

1923

Investing in Equipment
Alberici makes its first equipment purchase, trading a horse and buggy for a truck.

1928

Gabe Alberici Joins the Company
Gabe Alberici, John鈥檚 son, joins Alberici.

1939

Building St. Louis
Alberici purchases its first crane to perform updates on The Muny.

1940

New Era, New Leadership
Gabe and his sister Mary take over the company, Gabe oversees operations and Mary manages the office.

1946

Alberici incorporates on December 23rd.

1953

Market Diversification
Alberici begins automotive construction, working for General Motors, Chrysler and Ford.

1954

Alberici enters the water/wastewater market, winning the Howard Bend Plant project.

1958

Innovation Spurs Growth
Alberici begins fabricating steel after frustrations with a steel supplier.

1960

Alberici enters the healthcare market with the award of St. John鈥檚 Mercy Hospital.

1962

Alberici hires its first safety professional, experiencing a 35% decrease in accidents.

1963

Alberici is awarded its first electric utility project, Union Electric鈥檚 Portage des Sioux, officially entering the energy market.

1969

Alberici moves headquarters from 1550 Irving Avenue to 2150 Kienlen Avenue.

1971

Alberici wins its first complete powerplant project, Union Electric鈥檚 $350 million Rush Island plant.

1972

Alberici strategically enters mining construction, acquiring Gunther-Nash.

1979

Alberici enters the marine construction market by winning the first stage cofferdam at Alton Lock & Dam 26.

1982

Alberici鈥檚 annual revenue reaches $435 million.

1988

St. Louis Science Center awards contract to Alberici for the construction of main building and pedestrian bridge.

1988

Alberici opens an office in Detroit, Michigan to expand its work in the automotive market.

1992

Alberici begins construction on the Kiel Center (now Enterprise Center).

1997

Alberici acquires RYCO, a longtime Canadian joint venture partner.

2003

Alberici starts construction on its LEED Platinum corporate headquarters.

2008

Alberici acquires WWPS, expanding its water/wastewater expertise and geographic reach.

2012

Alberici acquires CAS Constructors, a Topeka, Kansas water/wastewater construction company.

2013

Alberici acquires Flintco, a major commercial contractor with offices in the Southwest region.

2018

Alberici celebrates 100 years of building the critical structures that improve lives and strengthen communities.

2019

In 2019, we reaffirmed our commitment to technology, investing heavily in building information management (BIM) and virtual design and construction (VDC) systems to streamline collaboration and communication.

2022

Alberici continues to grow, ranking among the top 35 construction companies in the U.S. Today, all of our operating companies are under the same banner 鈥 bringing a single, unified promise to our customers: We鈥檙e built for the challenge.

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2023

Alberici Strengthens Water & Wastewater Portfolio with acquisition of J.R. Filanc, a California-based contractor.

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