About Us

Established in 1986 by Paul T. Imbarrato, the growing organization offers clients a complete approach to design and build high quality landscape and site construction projects and brings the highest level of knowledge and experience to every project the organization undertakes. Our multi-disciplinary expertise, personal commitment, service, and attention to detail, allows us to deliver award winning projects that maximize the long term value and beauty of your investments. Let It Grow’s success is a reflection of our experienced staff.

Making big improvements

Let It Grow’s reputation we earn with our customers has transformed our capabilities to offer a vast array landscape and site construction disciplines from 24 years of dedicated service. We pride ourselves in never losing sight of the communities we serve.

52nd

Annual New Jersey Concrete Awards

52nd Annual New Jersey Concrete Awards The Modern North Tower Rooftop, Fort Lee, NJ has won the Merit Award for Decorative Category

Working under AJD Construction Co. as a sub-contractor, Let It Grow, Inc. was contracted to perform a majority of the 57,000-square-foot rooftop landscape and hardscape installation located on the roof of the North Tower’s 5-level parking garage. The hardscape scope of work includes the installation of concrete pavers, IPE wood tiles, precast curbing, and a decorative concrete walkway. All concrete pavers and IPE wood tiles are installed on pedestals, to create remarkable rooftop patio and boardwalk areas. The landscape includes the installation of fiberglass planters, irrigation, lightweight topsoil, plant material and an expansive rolling lawn area. When additional outdoor amenities like a spectacular infinity pool surrounded by chaise lounges, individual and community barbeque stations, and volleyball/basketball courts are added to Let It Grow, Inc.’s work, it creates a luxurious and beautiful outdoor space for enjoyment by residents.

49th

Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow wins Merit Award for Mantolking Fishing Pier and Park project at the 49th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow was honored with a Pervious Concrete award for the Mantoloking Fishing Pier and Park Project at the 49th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards.

 

The park includes a 70-foot long timber pier, two fish cleaning areas, a 750 square foot modern restroom facility, 3,859 square feet of timber boardwalk along the bay front, two gazebos, a sun shelter and picnic areas. All of these areas were made accessible by nearly 13,360 square feet of pervious concrete walkways and 550 square feet of brick pavers which travel the entire length of the project areas. Pervious was used to protect the environment of the area. The project also included the construction of a 45,000 square foot porous asphalt parking lot.

48th

Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow wins Merit Award for Red Bull Arena and Honorable Mention Award for Rutgers University Food Court Plaza at the 48th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow was honored with two awards for both Red Bull Arena and Rutgers University Food Court Plaza at the 48th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards.

 

At more than $200 million, Red Bull Area is the most expensive soccer stadium ever built. It sit’s alongside the Passaic River with a view of the Newark, New Jersey skyline to the west, and New York City and Jersey City further off in a distance to the east. Our exterior work at the stadium included sidewalks, walkways, and decorative concrete plaza areas outside the stadium. A total of 5000 cubic yards of concrete was used. Also included was installation of site furnishings such as flagpoles & footings, steel bollards, trash receptacles, bike racks and benches.

 

The Rutgers Food Court Plaza project required demolition of an existing plaza and construction of soil erosion controls, pedestrian safety upgrades, transit shelter footings, lighting, concrete sidewalks and bluestone curbing. A total of 250 cubic yards of concrete was used and provides the appearance and durability requested by the university.

47th

Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow wins two Honorable Mention Awards for Rutgers Livingston and Maxwell Place Peninsula projects at the 47th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow was awarded two honorable mentions for both Rutgers Livingston Student Center and Maxwell Place Peninsula Park projects at the 47th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards.

 

Maxwell Place Park is one of the many open spaces that complete a connection of waterfront walkways and parks along the Hudson River. An existing concrete pier on the Hudson River was revitalized adjacent to the new Maxwell Place Pier, and a new pier was constructed to the north of the existing one.  Our scope of work included building the concrete planter walls, concrete sidewalks, and installing new concrete pavers and Belgium block.

 

The Rutgers Livingston Student Center project included a large circular plaza that was created using various colored pavers chosen to compliment the style and coloring the campus buildings and existing structures. Circular Colored bands of eco pavers, created a striking setting, bordered on the perimeter with 2 large semi circular planters walls that give definition to the South plaza. The limestone seat walls are multipurpose, built with 5 rows of “stairs” that also act as a generous seating area for students.

 

Belgium block was set as edging along the new concrete pavement sidewalks and pathways that we built to border the plazas and create a seamless flow of student movement around the center.

52nd Annual New Jersey Concrete Awards The Modern North Tower Rooftop, Fort Lee, NJ has won the Merit Award for Decorative Category

Working under AJD Construction Co. as a sub-contractor, Let It Grow, Inc. was contracted to perform a majority of the 57,000-square-foot rooftop landscape and hardscape installation located on the roof of the North Tower’s 5-level parking garage. The hardscape scope of work includes the installation of concrete pavers, IPE wood tiles, precast curbing, and a decorative concrete walkway. All concrete pavers and IPE wood tiles are installed on pedestals, to create remarkable rooftop patio and boardwalk areas. The landscape includes the installation of fiberglass planters, irrigation, lightweight topsoil, plant material and an expansive rolling lawn area. When additional outdoor amenities like a spectacular infinity pool surrounded by chaise lounges, individual and community barbeque stations, and volleyball/basketball courts are added to Let It Grow, Inc.’s work, it creates a luxurious and beautiful outdoor space for enjoyment by residents.

Let It Grow wins Merit Award for Mantolking Fishing Pier and Park project at the 49th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow was honored with a Pervious Concrete award for the Mantoloking Fishing Pier and Park Project at the 49th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards.

 

The park includes a 70-foot long timber pier, two fish cleaning areas, a 750 square foot modern restroom facility, 3,859 square feet of timber boardwalk along the bay front, two gazebos, a sun shelter and picnic areas. All of these areas were made accessible by nearly 13,360 square feet of pervious concrete walkways and 550 square feet of brick pavers which travel the entire length of the project areas. Pervious was used to protect the environment of the area. The project also included the construction of a 45,000 square foot porous asphalt parking lot.

Let It Grow wins Merit Award for Red Bull Arena and Honorable Mention Award for Rutgers University Food Court Plaza at the 48th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow was honored with two awards for both Red Bull Arena and Rutgers University Food Court Plaza at the 48th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards.

 

At more than $200 million, Red Bull Area is the most expensive soccer stadium ever built. It sit’s alongside the Passaic River with a view of the Newark, New Jersey skyline to the west, and New York City and Jersey City further off in a distance to the east. Our exterior work at the stadium included sidewalks, walkways, and decorative concrete plaza areas outside the stadium. A total of 5000 cubic yards of concrete was used. Also included was installation of site furnishings such as flagpoles & footings, steel bollards, trash receptacles, bike racks and benches.

 

The Rutgers Food Court Plaza project required demolition of an existing plaza and construction of soil erosion controls, pedestrian safety upgrades, transit shelter footings, lighting, concrete sidewalks and bluestone curbing. A total of 250 cubic yards of concrete was used and provides the appearance and durability requested by the university.

Let It Grow wins two Honorable Mention Awards for Rutgers Livingston and Maxwell Place Peninsula projects at the 47th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards

Let It Grow was awarded two honorable mentions for both Rutgers Livingston Student Center and Maxwell Place Peninsula Park projects at the 47th Annual American Concrete Institute Awards.

 

Maxwell Place Park is one of the many open spaces that complete a connection of waterfront walkways and parks along the Hudson River. An existing concrete pier on the Hudson River was revitalized adjacent to the new Maxwell Place Pier, and a new pier was constructed to the north of the existing one.  Our scope of work included building the concrete planter walls, concrete sidewalks, and installing new concrete pavers and Belgium block.

 

The Rutgers Livingston Student Center project included a large circular plaza that was created using various colored pavers chosen to compliment the style and coloring the campus buildings and existing structures. Circular Colored bands of eco pavers, created a striking setting, bordered on the perimeter with 2 large semi circular planters walls that give definition to the South plaza. The limestone seat walls are multipurpose, built with 5 rows of “stairs” that also act as a generous seating area for students.

 

Belgium block was set as edging along the new concrete pavement sidewalks and pathways that we built to border the plazas and create a seamless flow of student movement around the center.

Leadership

Paul T. Imbarrato

President & CEO

Matt DelPreore

Vice President

Steve Laudati

Vice President

Russell Zeltner

Director of Finance

Matt Pugliese

Project Manager

Saurabh Pabrekar

Project Manager

Domenic Imbarrato

Project Manager

Ken Missbrenner

Project Manager

Perry Zenion

Director of Facilities

The Team

Ante Rogic

Service Project Manager

Michelle Downey

HR/AP Manager

Ameen Basnawi

Project Engineer

Nishant Contractor

Project Engineer

Victor Dai

Project Engineer

Katy Foley

Office Administrator

Teresa Sabatella

Service Administrative Assistant

Ken Giacchi

Safety Manager

Isaac Martin

Horticulture Manager

Chris DeBlasio

Project Engineer Intern

Field Leaders

Ryan Bowe

Site Superintendent

Mike McIlveen

Site Superintendent

Marc Truscio

Site Superintendent

Steve Keenan

Site Superintendent

Dennis Herckzu

Site Superintendent

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