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Martone seeks an Estimator/Project Manager to perform estimates and take-offs for multiple residential, commercial and industrial projects to include steel studs, drywall, painting, interior/exterior set-ups, and renovation work.  This individual is responsible for all technical and financial aspects for each…

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Thank You PDCA

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We are happy to share this video presentation from Painting & Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA), which details Martone’s historic restoration work at the Rhode Island State House.  We’re proud to have been selected for the PDCA National Award, and grateful to have…

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Martone selected for interior historic restoration at Kingston Station

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Kingston, RI, April 18, 2017 – Martone, Incorporated announced today that it will begin work on the interior historic renovation of Kingston Station. One of the oldest stations in continuous operation in the country, the railroad depot is situated along the…

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Martone selected for second historic restoration project at CCRI

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Providence, RI, March 10, 2017 – Martone, Incorporated announced today that the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) has selected the firm to manage the interior restoration of the College’s President’s House.  This will be the second time that Martone oversees restoration…

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Martone Wins National Preservation Achievement Award

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Providence, RI, February 20, 2017 – Martone, Incorporated announced today that it has been awarded the national 2017 Commercial Restoration Interior Award from Painting & Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA) for the firm’s work on the restoration of the Rhode Island…

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Restoring Historic Plaster: A Simple, Yet Versatile Material

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About the Project St. Joseph’s Parish is in West Warwick, Rhode Island near the Pawtuxet River, which famously provided the water power that attracted early American industrialists to build textile mills along its shores.  St. Joseph’s was constructed to serve…

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