March Associates Construction, Inc.
March Associates Construction, Inc., is one of the fastest growing construction management and general contracting firms in the Northeast with more than $1.5 billion of construction projects completed for a very diverse portfolio of clients. Founded in 2003, its territory spans New Jersey, Southern New York State, the five Boroughs of New York City, and Eastern Pennsylvania.
ENR lists March Associates Construction as one of the Top 400 contractors nationwide. With unfettered access to the key principals of March (Louis March Jr and Todd Laubach), efficient planning and strict adherence to schedules throughout the entire process, March Associates Construction has consistently completed its projects on time, on budget, while always maintaining the highest standards. This push for excellence is why the majority of its business is awarded on negotiated terms or through referrals, and result in a consistent group of Triple A clients.
Our Management Team
President & Founder Louis D. March, Jr.
Louis founded March Associates Construction, Inc., in 2003 bringing with him over 10 years of experience as a construction industry insider. As President, Lou rolls up his sleeves and personally oversees every aspect of the business from initial client contact through to project completion. His attention to detail and determination to deliver excellent customer service are the driving forces behind his management style and work ethic.
Client satisfaction is Lou’s top priority—a valued principle gleaned from years of working with his father, Louis March, Sr. As such, all Project Managers engage in a rigorous training and development program supervised by Lou so that they are well versed in economic planning and the importance of adherence to schedules.
Prior to starting his company, Lou spent several years at March Associates, Inc., working his way up through the corporate ranks and learning the construction management business from all angles. He began as a Project Superintendent coordinating the daily execution of various construction tasks on-site. Then Lou moved on to Project Manager/Executive where his supervisory role expanded and he increased his client contact, and later was named Vice President. Under the tutelage of his father, Lou absorbed not only the essential aspects of managing the day to day business, but also inherited a strong sense of the principled way to run a successful business. That legacy has helped March Associates Construction, Inc., grow into a multi-billion dollar contender today.
While at March Associates, Lou managed and completed a variety of high-profile projects including several Home Depots, Lowes Home Improvement Stores, PHP Healthcare Facilities, Bob’s Stores, Super A & P Shopping Mall, Oak Park Commons, Clifton Commons, Edison Crossroads, Hillsborough Promenade, and 79 Hudson Street, a 7-story office building in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Prior to his experience at March Associates, Lou was an Assistant Superintendent for a large New York City construction firm and worked on such projects as Trump Plaza – New York, Madison Square Garden – Felt Forum, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Elmhurst Hospital in Queens.
A graduate of the University of Cincinnati, Lou earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management. In addition to his responsibilities as President of March Associates Construction, Inc., Lou is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and the North Jersey Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Todd started with March Associates Construction, Inc., in October 2005 as a Project Executive where he was in charge of the Whole Foods projects as well as the Targets and industrial projects.
In late 2007, Todd was promoted to Vice President and now has carved out a niche in project oversight of the supermarket, industrial and big box retail projects. Todd also maintains involvement in budgeting, bidding projects and business development. Most recently, Todd completed a 600,000 square-foot power center in Brooklyn called Gateway II for the Related Companies.
Todd earned a degree in Business Administration from Bucknell University, as well as a degree in Construction Management from New York University.
Todd then started his career at March Associates, Inc., in 1997 as an Assistant Construction Superintendent and then a Project Superintendent. He completed such projects as Oak Park Commons – South Plainfield, New Jersey; Target, Bridgewater, New Jersey; Target, Milltown, New Jersey; and Target, Watchung, New Jersey.
In 2000, Todd was promoted to Project Manager for March Associates, Inc., and completed projects such as the South Brunswick Warehouse in New Jersey; Cabot Industrial Trust Building in Cranbury, New Jersey; ProLogis at Cranbury Business Park in New Jersey; Target in North Bergen, East Hanover and South Brunswick, New Jersey; Bishop AHR High School in Edison, New Jersey; Port Chester Downtown Redevelopment in Port Chester, New York; and The Toys R Us Headquarters in Wayne, New Jersey.
Chief Financial Officer
As the CFO of March Associates Construction, Inc., Teresa is responsible for overseeing the entire accounting department including accounts payable, receivables and payroll. She also works with our outside accountants to prepare our company financial statements.
Teresa came to March Associates Construction, Inc., with more than 20 years of construction accounting experience gained from working with various construction companies. Teresa was a Cost Accountant, Assistant and Controller for these construction companies. Teresa then worked for March Associates, Inc., as its Controller before joining March Associates Construction, Inc., in 2005.
Teresa graduated from Montclair State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
"March Associates Construction has the talented staff and administrative expertise to help manage the entire process from preconstruction to project close-out. Having a Contractor that pays attention to detail and quality to create a building exemplifying the high standards of ProLogis are all paramount to a building Owner.”
— Andy C. Kolb Vice President // ProLogis