General Contractor that specializes in site development, utility, and green infrastructure for the Industrial, Oil & Gas, Parks and Recreation, Energy Markets, and All Government Levels.



As the construction industry is ever evolving, Stefanik’s Next Generation Contracting Company aims to provide our clients with world leading services by being able to assemble crews and leadership with the relevant experience that is required to complete our client’s projects on-time and within budget.


We provide a full range of services to the following industries:

  • Public
  • Private
  • Commercial
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Penn DOT
  • Gas and Oil
  • Energy
  • Residential

Our capabilities within the above industries include, but are not limited to, the following services:

  • Site Demolition
  • Utility Demolition
  • Demolition
  • Installation of Erosion & Sediment Controls
  • Land Development/Site Grading
  • Installation/Modifications to Underground Utility Infrastructure
    • Stormwater System Piping
    • Underground Detention/Retention Systems
    • Water Conveyance Systems
    • Sanitary Sewer Systems
    • Electrical Conduit/Concrete Duct Bank
    • Pipe Bursting
    • Manhole Rehabilitation
  • Bio-Retention Ponds
  • Sediment Basins
  • Excavation
  • Hauling/Disposal
  • Hardscape, Softscape, and Landscape


Simply put, Stefanik’s Next Generation Contracting specializes in dirt—everything that ranges between digging it, moving it, prepping it, and grading it. From initial survey through paving and concrete work, we handle all phases of the site development process. Our full range of services means you’ll benefit from the ease and cost savings of working with one contractor for your total site package.


Utility installation and repair is one of our specialties. Our professional crews complete all facets of underground utility work—from full installation and repair of major water, storm sewer, and sewer mains to water, storm sewer, and sewer taps for residential and commercial sites.

Serving Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and Southwestern New York