American Contractors Corp. – Simplifying Complexity

About Us

Our History

For 25 years, American Contractors Corp. has been a family-owned, leading subcontractor in New England specializing in acoustical ceilings, acoustical walls, custom wood- and metal work.


Founded as "American Acoustical Contractors Corp." by Tony Giordano, a union carpenter of more than 30 years.


We changed our name to "American Contractors Corp". to better indicate the breadth of our capabilities.


Our work to update Logan Airport Terminal C won Gold for interior finishes and Silver for renovations from CISCA.


We moved from our Randolph office to our new facility at 35 North Street Canton, MA.

Building a Legacy of Excellence

Founded in 1998, American Contractors Corp is a family owned New England Subcontractor specializing in acoustical ceilings and wall panel systems, as well as custom architectural metal design and finishes.

Whether your project requires a standard manufactured product or a complex design assisted custom fabricated solution, American Contractors has the resources to support your requirements. Our expertise in many complex trades means our clients are able to rely on one contractor to deliver the finest quality solutions on time and on budget.

American Contractors is recognized for completing complex projects in a variety of industries throughout New England including educational, healthcare, financial, retail, transportation, and commercial residential.

For our clients, we like to say that we simplify complexity.

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Meet our dynamic leadership team, comprised of industry veterans and visionaries, driving our company’s success through strategic guidance and unwavering commitment to excellence.

Tony Giordano


Robert McElman

Executive Vice President/Director of Architectural Metals

Christine Kofton


Greg Connelly

Executive Vice President/Director of Architectural Metals



One of the reasons American Contractors has grown is because of our belief in the importance of expanding our knowledge. Our affiliation with the industry’s leading trade associations has given us greater expertise and the ability to provide our clients a uniform standard of performance and quality.

Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association

American Contractors President Tony Giordano has served on the CISCA board of directors. CISCA is an international trade association founded in 1950 for the advancement of the interior commercial construction industry.

New England Regional Council of Carpenters

The New England Regional Council of Carpenters represents 24,000 carpenters, pile drivers, shop and millworkers and floor coverers working in New England.

Associated General Contractors of America

AGC provides a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest.

American Society of Professional Estimators

ASPE serves construction estimators by providing education, fellowship and opportunity for professional development. Tony Giordano, president of American Contractors, previously served as VP of the organization.

Massachusetts Building Congress

MBC brings together decision makers from all corners of the $7.4 billion design and construction industry in Massachusetts.

Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts

ASM is the leading business association in Massachusetts for specialty contractors, suppliers and service providers in the commercial construction industry.

Building Trades Employers’ Association

The BTEA is ihe major voice in New England for the union building trades’ contractor. The association encompasses seven different area trade associations that employ tradespeople from several different local building-trades unions. American Contractors President Tony Giordano is a trustee for the BTEA.


American Contractors Corp. and the Giordano family cares deeply about the community and strongly believes in giving back.

We have supplied labor and materials for new ceilings to the following organizations:

We have also contributed to:

Tony Giordano


In 1998, Tony founded American Contractors Corp. in Randolph, Massachusetts. A union carpenter for more than 30 years, Tony started by specializing in acoustical ceilings and wall panels and was formerly project manager and superintendent for B&B Acoustical Contractors and field foreman at Cheviot Corp. Over the decades, Tony has built many valued relationships and earned great respect in the industry, with a motto to reflect that: “We don’t build buildings, we build relationships.”

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Robert McElman

Executive Vice President/Director of Architectural Metals

Robert graduated from Quincy High Vocation and Technical School, and followed the path of many in his family by going to work in the custom metal fabrication and manufacturing industry. His 35 years in this business serve as a true advantage, enabling him to work with architects and designers to find cost-effective solutions for making custom metal products manufacturable.

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Christine Kofton


After graduating from Quinnipiac College with a BS in Accounting and Computer Science, Christine began her 20-year career in construction at a company specializing in modular homes. She took a short detour from construction, into the hospital sector, when she first moved to Massachusetts, but quickly returned to the industry. Christine’s experience is a great asset when she’s working with general contractors and vendors.

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Greg Connolley

Executive Vice President/Director of Architectural Metals

Greg graduated from Assumption College with a BS in Business Management, and after 6 Years of working as a Project Manager in the Computer Networking field, he transitioned back to a field he grew up around, Acoustical Ceilings. While attending Wentworth Institutes Construction Management Program, Greg worked as a project manager in the Acoustical Ceilings industry for 14 years. In 2013 Greg went to work for USG Corporation as the manager of the Contractors Specialty Reps focused on Specialty Acoustical Ceilings, managing a team of Specialty Reps around the country. In 2021, Greg came on board with American Contractors as Director of Operations and uses his vast experience and industry connection to help promote the American Contractors tagline of “We don’t build buildings, we build relationship.”

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