Excavation, Septic Systems & Cleaning, Seawalls, Hardscape Stone Dealer, Plumbing, Electrical. Our gravel pit is open and delivering all year to supply you with all your stone, gravel, & sand products. Proudly serving the community since 1971.
Clayton Sand and Gravel is just a small company who wants to become the source for all of your sand, stone, and gravel needs.
We started out in the spring of 2015. We are improving and growing, and are ready to help you. If we don’t have what you need, we’ll work on making sure we get it.
We appreciate your business, and if there is anything you need, please contact us. We want to work with you.
Established in the Spring of 1988, Con Tech Building Systems, Inc. is one of the largest employers in the Gouverneur area, employing highly skilled craftspeople and management staff, dedicated to providing clients with superior quality and communication. We feel very fortunate to have a large group of qualified staff that is willing to put in extra effort to satisfy the clients needs. Please consider us for your upcoming project, as we are confident you will not be disappointed.
We take community support seriously. Every Con Tech Building Systems employee is encouraged to “Get involved and make a difference!”. We have team members involved in variety of organizations, ranging from Board of Education, veterans organizations, and numerous professional trade associations. We also support and sponsor many local fundraising efforts on behalf of nonprofit organizations in the North Country.
In addition, we have historically supported the education system in an effort to encourage the youth of our region to enter into the trade industry. We are proud to be involved in the development and advancement of the construction industry in Northern New York.
Our 29 years in business has proved that client and community relationship building is the key to success. If you are interested in joining the Con Tech Team, check out our career opportunities by clicking the link below.
Founder, Andy Greene, developed his interest in building as a Peace Corps volunteer in the North African country of Tunisia. Outside of the capital, Tunis, he designed and built his own residence using traditional masonry construction techniques. This was a part of a self-help housing program.
After returning to the US, Andy continued his passion for construction by working for a local builder, Steve Taylor, in the Thousand IslandsRegion of New York State. He feels very fortunate to have had the opportunity to learn from such an accomplished builder. Here he learned the valuable skills needed to start his own company.
Greene Structures was established in 2000 as a family-owned building company with a focus on high quality construction, client satisfaction, and environment-friendly building practices.
Grindstone fabrications, Inc. (formerly DB Fabrications, Inc.), conveniently located on Rt 12E in the town of Clayton, will take care of all of your marine, commercial, and residential metal welding, fabrication and repair work. We take pride in our quality metalwork and our nose-to-the-grindstone service. We specialize in all metal fabrication, engineering, galvanizing, shearing, drilling and finishing. Please call us to discuss your project. Or stop by. We will be happy to assist you!
From remodeling projects to new construction, JW Construction in Clayton, NY will partner with you to create the home of your dreams. With more than 20 years of home building and remodeling experience, we specialize in providing quality workmanship that gives emphasis to the details.
Call us today for a free consultation and to set up an appointment where we can work together to achieve your home construction needs.
Morgia Masonry is a mason contractor specializing in commercial construction. Founded in Clayton over four decades ago, we take pride in meeting and exceeding the needs of our clients. We work in close cooperation with project owners to ensure their wishes are taken into account. We also provide advice on alternative solutions that can save time and money without compromising quality.
On the River Construction – complete home & cottage build, restoration & design.
Jeff Staples spent 20 years running his own construction company in New Hampshire before moving to the 1000 Islands. Jeff’s knowledge, craftsmanship & project management experience, ensure that projects go smoothly and finish on time! On the River Construction provides the expertise needed to make every project a success.
PATCH SEAWAY INTERNATIONAL, Inc. is a multi-faceted family owned and operated marine and inland construction business dedicated to providing quality work and craftsmanship throughout the St. Lawrence River and surrounding areas for over 20 years. We service all of your commercial and residential needs.
At Reff Development we have been providing exceptional general contracting services to Clayton and the surrounding communities for over 25 years. From design to completion our professional staff works with you every step of the build process.
We offer quality construction work that is done on time and on budget for your home, business or commercial property. We’re also one of the few contractors will venture to the 1000 Islands to complete jobs as well.
Rt. 37 Building Supply is a family owned and operated business that was established in 1981 and is still growing today. Our goal is to provide our customers with service that exceeds all others and knowledge of building supplies that will help them
Seaway Marine Group, LLC. is conveniently located at the head of Union St. in Clayton, NY., in the heart of the Thousand Islands. Our equipment, people and fresh approach to business continues to allow us to provide all of our clients, both business and personal, with the highest level of service that is available 24-hours a day.
NYS DEC certified pest applicator, property management, landscaping, site maintenance, snow removal, professional tree care. Licensed chauffer offering transportation to and from the Ottawa and Syracuse airport.
Born, October 9, 1949 in Syracuse, NY. I started work as a sculptor in 1964 carving images of Ethiopian famine refugees in my family’s cellar using plaster pillars. National Geographic and Time issue’s shocked and inspired me.
In 1970- 1971 I was living in Big Sur, Califorina, where I began carving in Utah sandstone, Kanab stone and regional soapstone. I traveled alot then and showed in various Gallery’s. In 1972 I spent three months studying in and around Florence, Italy and attended Henry Moore’s lifetime retrospective while there.
I have become fluent in many sculptural mediums over the last 55 years including clay; Ceramics; plaster; wood; wax; bronze; stone; steel; Alumiunm; copper; resins and epoxies. I was the bronze finisher in the foundry at “Montoya Art Studios” in West Palm Beach, FL and was also the shop foreman for “Nile Design” in Palm Beach, FL.
There have been many studios over the years, many throughout the Thousand Islands area of the St. Lawrence River in northern New York, and in 1991 I built the my largest in Omar, NY. This is now the site of ‘Omar Welding” an all service welding shop. All things coexist….
Some of my works are plaster piece molded for bronze “lost wax” productions, employing life casts as tools for expressing realist emotions. Also Ceramics have joined my works and commissions.
Works range in style from figurative abstraction to figurative realism with a strong dose of social commentary delivered in satire. Lately I’ve explored imagery of the female form in silhouette abstraction in larger than life scale. This series originated from drawings of the figurative abstract angel commission which was featured in the NY Times. My figure drawings of live models are being used for the next phase of works to explore this imagery to its’ fullest. using welded steel as the medium. Publishing rights have been purchased twice for this series.
I have received several commissions including grants from the Antique Boat Museum and the Homer Dodge Foundation. Among my commissions are Gargoyles; angels; crows; lighthouses; signs; furniture; railings, weathervanes, large outdoor Japanese screens, trees, fish, bears, loons, swans and more.
A new sculpture project depicting images of ” the end times” ( not in the religious sense) has begun and will last till my end. “Moonwalkers” This is my commentary on the human condition.
In the 1990’s I showed many works in NYC Galleries, SoHo, NY, but have gained regional fame for creating the “3 Crows” on Route 81 in Jefferson County, NY. 13624. Also many works have been collected by the “Elizabeth Collection” at Artisan Works in Rochester.
Previous recent commissions were the ‘Tree of Knowledge” for the Hawn Memorial Library in Clayton. Installed on 11/3/13.
Also a large “Breaching Muskie” sculpture for Frink Park Installed 11/2014. Commissioned by the People of Clayton.
Then a commission for a “Standing Bear” weathervane for Comfort Is. Installed August 2015.