|Meet the Executive Leadership of Neshaminy Constructors, Inc.:|
|F. Anthony “Tony” Canuso, Sr.
Chairman and Founder
University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1955
Mr. Canuso, Sr. was involved in all Neshaminy projects form its inception in 1962 until his resignation in 2003.
While working for F.Anthony Canuso & Sons, from 1949 until 1962, Mr. Canuso, Sr. was involved in the reconstruction of the Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia from 9th Street to, and including, Oxford Circle. He was also involved in bridges on the New Jersey Turnpike, a section of the Schuylkill Expressway near Conshohocken, including the Gulph Mills Bridge, work along the canal in Trenton, and work on Route 295 and Route 42 in New Jersey.
|Francis A. “Tony”Canuso, Jr.
Villanova University, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1975
Mr. Canuso, Jr. started working with Neshaminy Constructors, Inc. in 1967 on a part-time basis and became a full time employee in 1975. He worked as a Surveyor and Project Manager until he became the President of the firm in 2003.
Mr. Canuso, Jr. lists his favorite projects as the Cokesbury Retirement Mid-Rise, South East Sewer Treatment Plant, Reconstruction of Schuylkill Expressway, Reconstruction of Downingtown Interchange, Reconstruction of Frankford El, Reconstruction of I-95, and the Construction of SEPTA Parking Garage.
|Joseph P. Canuso, Esquire
Chief Executive Officer
Villanova University, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1985
Syracuse University, JD in business and MBA in finance, 1989
Mr. Canuso has been the Chief Executive Officer of NCI since 2003. Previously he was in the private practice of corporate law at Joseph P. Canuso & Associates. Prior to launching his own firm in 1999, Mr. Canuso was an equity partner in the law firm of Dilworth Paxson LLP.
Mr. Canuso is the President of the Pennsylvania Heavy and Highway Contractors Bargaining Association. He is also a trustee of the Comprehensive Learning Center, and the Holy Redeemer Health System Legal and Audit Committee.
Mr. Canuso received his JD (business) and MBA (finance) from Syracuse University, 1989 and BS in Civil Engineering from Villanova University (1985). During much of his educational years, Mr. Canuso worked summers in the field and office for NCI.
Villanova University, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1984
Mr. Corless has been serving as the Vice President of Neshaminy Constructors, Inc. since January 2001. He began his career with NCI in June 1989 as an Engineer. He also served as an Estimator and Project Manager. Mr. Corless is responsible for managing projects ranging from $1 to 40 million.
Mr. Corless lists his favorite projects below:
Penn State University, Associates Degree in Highway Engineering Technology, 1972
Mr. Throne has a combined 9 years working with Neshaminy Constructors, Inc. Mr. Throne has worked in the construction industry for over 40 years. He started working part time in the summers for Montgomery County, PennDOT and contractor J.E. Brenneman. His full-time career started in 1975 working for The Nyleve Co. as a Junior Engineer. After leaving Nyleve he joined Neshaminy Constructors, Inc. as a Project Manager and Estimator. He left Neshaminy to work for Tony DePaul & Sons as a Structures Manager and Estimator where he continued his career until moving on to work for Crossing Construction Company as a Project Manager and Estimator.
Chief Financial Officer
Kings College, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration/Accounting, Minor Political Science, 1984
LaSalle University, Masters in Business Administration, Specialization in Taxation
Past CPA Exam in 1986
Mr. Paulosky has been with Neshaminy Cosntructors, Inc. since 2008. Mr. Paulosky started his career at Elliot & Frantz as an Assistant Controller. After leaving Elliot & Frantz, he joined the accounting firm of Shantholz, Koltoff & Wouch as an accountant specializing in the construction industry. Mr. Paulosky left public accounting to work directly in the construction at A.T. Chadwick Company, Inc., Mechanical Contractor.