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Kencore Construction?

Discussion in 'General Industry Questions' started by stretch, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. stretch

    stretch Senior Member

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    Has anyone heard of or dealt with them? Good things, bad things, and whatnot? One of my voag instructors recommended I apply for a job there since I need a second income for a new ride, which I'm still working on (but getting close to...it'll be a Ford, that's all I know). :bash

    http://www.kencore.com/index.html
     
  2. RonG

    RonG Charter Member

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    Could it be Kenny Cianci or an offshoot of his company?
    I have not been around that area for several years,I think that he was based in Cheshire but his family were builders in Southington in the old days.Ron G
     
  3. stretch

    stretch Senior Member

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    Cianci as in LEA-Cianci? I'm not sure, we've never worked with any of the Ciancis before. These ones are in Plainville/Burlington.
     
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    I have delivered some material (gravel, stone,etc) to their sites. The company is on the smaller side I think, I want to say like 8-10 guys or less. They do mainly residential site work but most of it is large residential work. I think they are main site contractor for the FORE group which builds large custom mansion/estate type homes and they have even done a few on Block Island. I have only heard good things of their work, can't speak of working as an employee as I have never met anyone who worked there.
     
  5. stretch

    stretch Senior Member

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    Large residential? Ahh yes, my specialty. Good to hear they're a reputable company.
     
  6. CtTodd

    CtTodd New Member

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    I've been trying to get a hold of theses guys for a few days now about a job and haven't received a call back.