We may have started as a one-truck operation over 30 years ago, but today no job is too large, too complex or too difficult for The Gillespie Group. We’ve built our resources and services to be as scalable as your project demands.
From consultation, to project management, right through completion of installation, our clients have experienced immense satisfaction for their projects like the 80,000 square foot ShopRite flagship store in Brooklyn, New York and throughout all six phases of Princeton’s Firestone Library.
The Gillespie Group was recently featured in Coatings Pro Magazine for our restoration of the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal following Hurricane Sandy. More than 100,000 square feet of terminal was devastated by the storm and in need of a new flooring system that would withstand any future flooding and water damage. To meet the challenge, we split the project between two coating crews working simultaneously to complete separate areas within a strict five-week time frame that, after many delays, was ultimately reduced to two weeks.
A specialized service performed by a limited number of flooring contractors and one that’s been mastered by The Gillespie Group is self-leveling. This creates an ideal surface for laying any material by eliminating dents and divots, and results in a surface to which floor coverings will easily adhere.
These are just a few examples of how our services, dedicated installers and staff reflect the outstanding leadership of our president, Kurt Fenchel, who makes sure every project, regardless of size, gets done on time and on budget.