Construction Services

Construction Services

Value. Service. Experience.

When just getting the job done isn’t good enough, Stuart Berger Construction is here. The difference lies in the fact that we bring an engineered building solution to every project. As a division of Cook & Krupa, we’re also able to harness the power and expertise of a commercial construction company that has built buildings for brands such as Ford Motor Company, Mercedes Benz, YMCA, and several of New York’s largest banks.

General Contracting

Whether you’re in need of a ground-up build, an addition to an existing structure, or a much-needed "sprucing up" of your space, Stuart Berger Construction has the experience to guide you to a successful outcome. We’ve built an extensive network of skilled vendors and subcontractors that we can call on at any time for any project. Our on-site project managers work tirelessly to avoid budget overages or schedule extensions.

Construction Management

Construction management was always one of our core strengths, but our affiliation with Cook & Krupa only made us better. Much like the team at Cook & Krupa, Stuart Berger Construction makes it a priority to act as an extension of your business. We understand the importance of a close-knit crew on the jobsite, and we want you to consider our crew your own.

Re-roofing Services

We’re privileged to be a Butler Builder, which gives our clients access to some of the most attractive and durable products available. Stuart Berger Construction is capable of designing, supplying, and installing a Butler roof system on your new or existing structure. Our re-roofing services include complete and partial systems, using your choice of pre-engineered or conventional methods. Learn more about the advantages of reroofing here.


As an official Butler Builder,® Stuart Berger can offer construction services through a unique purchasing arrangement. Sourcewell (formerly NJPA) is a national purchasing cooperative authorized to do procurement on behalf of qualifying government agencies, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations.

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