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Intercounty Paving Co

HQ Phone:  (845) 226-6575

Direct Phone: (516) ***-****direct phone

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Intercounty Paving Co

96 Commerce Dr

Carmel, New York,10512

United States

Company Description

Intercounty Paving was founded in 1997 by Carl & John Lizza, third generation members of the Lizza Family whose companies have been building roads throughout the tri state area for over 60 years. With locations in Hackettstown, NJ and Westbury, NY, the company...more

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LICA - Board of Directors & Staff

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A graduate of St. John's University with a degree in accounting, Farino joined his brothers, Michael, Jack and Anthony at the family firm after three years of working for a Fortune 500 company.
John Lizza Intercounty Paving Associates 113 Magnolia Avenue Westbury, NY 11590 516-827-6900 John is President for InterCounty Paving Associates in Hicksville. He and his brother, Carl, founded the firm in Hackettstown, NJ and it has now expanded to Pennsylvania and New York. He is active in many charities and has a special interest in the Cooley's Anemia Foundation, following in the footsteps of his uncles, Nick and Carl Lizza. He is an avid golfer, fisherman, thoroughbred racing enthusiast and lover of fine wines. He lives in his hometown of Oyster Bay.


www.licanys.org

A graduate of St. John's University with a degree in accounting, Farino joined his brothers, Michael, Jack and Anthony at the family firm after three years of working for a Fortune 500 company.
John Lizza Intercounty Paving Associates 385 West John Street, 2nd Floor Hicksville, NY 11801 516-827-6900 John is President for InterCounty Paving Associates in Hicksville. He and his brother, Carl, founded the firm in Hackettstown, NJ and it has now expanded to Pennsylvania and New York. He is active in many charities and has a special interest in the Cooley's Anemia Foundation, following in the footsteps of his uncles, Nick and Carl Lizza. He is an avid golfer, fisherman, thoroughbred racing enthusiast and lover of fine wines. He lives in his hometown of Oyster Bay.


LICA - LICA Announces Four New Board Members

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Nelson, Jason, William, and Joseph join existing board members James Pratt, III, Chairman; of Pratt Brothers, Paul Farino, Secretary-Treasurer of Kings Park Asphalt; Patrick Ahern, President of Edward Ehrbar, Inc.; John Lizza, President for InterCounty Paving Associates; and Peter Scalamandre, President of Peter Scalamandre & Sons, Inc.


www.roadsbridges.com

"The jobs we work have tight deadlines," said John Lizza, principal owner of Intercounty.
"Those projects are our bread and butter," Lizza said. "We have to be successful on the jobs, particularly as most agencies emphasize smoothness. They're putting in penalty/bonus incentives, so you really must provide a product that will last and meet smoothness specs. With the Cat paver, we're able to achieve those smoothness bonuses." Airport projects rarely include bonuses, but specs typically stipulate penalties. "Every time we bring out a diamond grinder to hit a spec, it costs us $30,000-$40,000," Lizza said.


Long Island Contractors' Association Keeps You Informed

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All of that, we're going to have to carry," said John Lizza, of InterCounty Paving Associates, who might have to lay off as many as 75 workers.


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