William Gulya, Jr. – Construction Background
Over 35 Years in Construction Site Work
William Gulya, Jr., is a member of the third generation of his family to work in the construction industry. His grandfather was a builder who constructed area homes out of old army crates after World War II, because there was no wood in the area.
Gulya’s father, William, Sr., founded Middlesex Trenching Company in 1952 with a rubber-tire backhoe, one of the first hydraulically operated rubber-tired backhoes available. When Gulya graduated from college in 1972, he joined the business, which consisted of a dump truck, two backhoes and five employees meeting in a deli that had a pay phone on the wall.
Middlesex Trenching Company handled large turnkey projects. Their slogan said it all: Considered required equipment by the construction industry for over 50 years.
For knowledgeable and experienced assistance with construction site work issues or disputes, contact William Gulya, Jr., at 908-313-3126.