Wellington Constructors

Delivering General Contracting services

In order to provide general contracting services to Wellington's many clients, the Company founded a new subsidiary, Wellington Constructors, Inc. in late 2012.

Wellington has been building a multi-disciplinary business model in recent years represented in part by the successful and timely delivery of the Port Authority's North Shore Connector-Train Systems project. The $91.5 million transit contract required the installation of five miles of concrete plinth, 2.5 miles of pedestal track, emergency tunnel walkway, tunnel ventilation, traction power, aerial electrification, fire protection/life safety systems, transit signaling and communication networks, and integration of all systems.

As a unit of Wellington Power Corporation, which is ranked in the top 1% of specialty construction firms in the U.S., Wellington Constructors offers clients the resources and capabilities of a large, national company while providing the focus of a small firm. WCI's relationship with its parent allows for specialization while tapping the experience of one of the nation's leading electrical infrastructure companies.

Featured Project


Wellington Constructors, Inc. was selected by Southwest Airlines Co. to provide negotiated general construction services at Pittsburgh International Airport for the Southtwest Airlines/AirTran Airlines Integration.

The project entailed the upgrade of boarding gates and passenger areas, baggage, ticketing, and employee ramp facilities, including interior demolition and finishes, mechanical/electrical/teledata/plumbing and fire protection systems.

For Wellington Constructors, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wellington Power Corporation, this renovation project is the third with Southwest.

The consolidation of these two major air carriers at an operationally critical airport contained the following elements:

  • Uninterrupted scheduled flight service and aircraft support operation during construction
  • Initial field survey of existing site conditions and input to the design team for incorporation into project design
  • Management of intended design and incorporation with current on-going airport operations, flight operations and airport facility management in the development of a Construction Safety and Phasing Plan
  • Project Construction Management and scheduling activities
  • Coordination, scheduling and direction of all subcontractors on the project
  • Weekly coordination meetings and updates with Southwest and Airport Department of Engineering & Construction representatives for the duration of the project

Major items of work including the following:

  • Selective demolition of structural PCC, masonry, interior construction and finishes, plumbing, HVAC, fire protection, electrical and teledata systems as required
  • New structural and flatwork PCC, interior and exterior masonry, sanitary and potable water piping systems and fixtures
  • HVAC ductwork and BAS control systems
  • Fire protection piping, refrigeration piping and ice-making/storage systems
  • Interior partitions and interior finishes
  • Tile flooring systems and epoxy flooring systems
  • Ceiling finishes
  • Casework
  • Electrical distribution and lighting
  • Fiberoptic cabling and teledata cabling systems