Giannetti’s Work at Great Lakes National Cemetery

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For nearly 60 years, Giannetti Contracting Corp. in Pompano Beach, Florida, has focused on the excavation and development of large-scale underground utility systems – both water and sewage – in both private and public sector projects. Over three generations, Giannetti Contracting has become a widely respected name in the industry and been involved in many high-profile construction efforts.

One of the most expansive projects that Giannetti worked on was the first phase of development for the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Michigan. The company provided planning and excavation services for more than 30 acres of land, which also included the development of road and sidewalk systems, and placed more than 5,000 crypt units on-site. Moreover, workers erected an information center, administration building, and on-site repair shop. In addition to aboveground work, the company graded the large area to ensure proper drainage and installed of the cemetery’s landscaping. To date, it is one of the most significant and meaningful projects on which Giannetti has ever had the privilege to work.

S.P.A.C.E. School Helps Nigerian Children in Need


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Saint Philemon Academic Center for Excellence

Based in Pompano Beach, Florida, Giannetti Contracting is a third generation company that has grown to take on multimillion dollar construction projects in the public and private sectors. Specializing in underground utilities and excavation, Giannetti Contracting has constructed water and sewage systems for neighborhoods and cities to accommodate thousands of residents. In the past, Giannetti Contracting has also sponsored a golf tournament benefiting the S.P.A.C.E. Scholars.

Located in Ogoli-Ipangbo, Nigeria, the Saint Philemon Academic Center for Excellence (S.P.A.C.E.) helps educate 200 children and provide guidance and support to its teachers and volunteers. Funded through Healing Hearts Outreach in Michigan, S.P.A.C.E. students learn basic skills in reading, writing, and math, and are also taught English as a second language.

S.P.A.C.E. facilitates a Student Sponsorship Program in which a $50 donation can provide resources to a child receiving an education. In return, the donor will receive a photo, name, grade, and contact information of the person they are sponsoring, enabling them to keep in touch.