Radon Construction Corp. is indeed one of Long Island's entrepreneurial success stories. In 1981, Ray Abruzzese began his company in a small Hauppauge office with just three employees. A few years later, Radon relocated to a larger 2,600 sq. ft. office in Ronkonkoma. In 2001, Radon relocated to its current, state of the art 4,000 sq. ft. office and showroom at 33 Comac Loop in Ronkonkoma. With an expanded staff, Radon Construction Corp. forged ahead to participate in some of its most memorable construction projects: BJ's Warehouse in Freeport, Riverhead Ford, Riverhead Toyota, Living Faith Christian Church in Farmingdale, Modell's Sporting Goods Distribution Center in the Bronx, Davis & Warshow 4-story addition in Queens and many others.
Ray Abruzzese also knew that in order for Radon to succeed and remain competitive, the company needed to diversify in its construction talent to use a wide array of building products and techniques to accommodate varying client specifications. Today he continues to emphasize that although his company carries the Butler name and product line, Radon's expertise and scope is not limited to the use of pre-engineered steel products. "Radon is a design build (turnkey) contractor as well as a general contractor. Our company is equipped to perform anything from small alterations to award winning multimillion-dollar construction projects."