In the picture to the upper left,
23 year old company founder Andrew Mazzella stands next to a braced and freshly poured sixteen foot tall insulated concrete form wall at a custom residence being built in 2010. Mazzella began working in the construction and commercial fishing industries at the age of 13 in Alaska, obtaining his first job by "walking the docks" on the way home from middle school each day and asking boat captains for work, which sometimes included carpentry, and a lot of welding, and maintained a legendary career spanning many types of work ever since.
Mazzella moved to Bozeman, MT in 2005 to attend Montana State University studying Architecture, Engineering, and Business. Already a successful and accomplished commercial fisherman, he designed and built his first custom home in 2007 in Bozeman, and started Mazzella Construction in 2008, focused on eventually becoming one of Montana's most notable and sought after General Contractors.
Coming from humble beginnings in Alaska, but seizing the American Dream with a relentless spirit in the Rocky Mountains, Andrew single handedly (with the help of hundreds of subcontractors, suppliers, and customers) turned Mazzella Construction, LLC into a well respected, highly capable and rapidly growing company that has successfully constructed millions of dollars of Montana real estate. Mazzella takes great pride in being able to build and accomplish anything, and is excited about every potential opportunity and partnership.
Mazzella is also one of the most experienced insulating concrete form installers in Montana, and pioneered ICF construction in the Gallatin Valley of Montana starting in 2007. While we still construct many projects using ICF's, the company has expanded to management and construction of any kind of custom residence or commercial project imaginable for both private consumers and government agencies.
With a growing fleet of equipment and specialty tools, bond capacity and experience, Mazzella Construction, LLC routinely self performs much of the site work, excavation, and concrete work on it's projects, ensuring significant quality control and a firm handle on planning and scheduling with maximum efficiency. This ultimately leads to optimum return on investment for the project Owner, and also allows for any needed flexibility from planning stages through construction.
In the picture to the lower left, company president Andrew Mazzella stays busy framing homes during the Great Recession in 2011