About Us


Through the years, T. Weiss Realty has been able to successfully build, renovate, market and manage all forms of real estate. Beginning with its first project in 1974 in Massapequa, NY, and expanding over the course of several decades into a multi-property development and management firm, T. Weiss Realty has remained at the forefront of commercial real estate development across Long Island.

BBRC, the general contracting arm of T. Weiss Realty, has coordinated, overseen and implemented all T. Weiss ground-up constructions and interior tenant suite improvements as well as various third party projects. BBRC's goal is to provide the highest level of construction quality, competitive pricing and on-time performance to all its clients and projects. To read more about BBRC, please visit www.bbrcli.com.

BigName Holdings at Melville Corporate Center I

After making the decision to relocate their headquarters from Amityville into Melville, BigName Holdings desired a new office location that reflected the unique and high-tech nature of their firm. BBRC worked closely with the company's executive team to construct this 7,312 square foot suite at Melville Corporate Center I. The space features a loft-style build out with exposed ceiling joists and metal framework. Indirect LED lighting hangs from the steel beams, while HVAC, sprinkler lines and telecommunications piping runs throughout the open and airy loft ceiling. Spray coating was performed on on all decking, bar joists, beams, pipes and ducting. BBRC also constructed an employee lounge area with wood flooring, and bright white cabinetry. The suite was painted with several accent walls, in a bright blue color to give BigName branding opportunities and pops of color throughout.

Hardesty & Hanover at Melville Corporate Center I

Relocating from another location in Melville, Hardesty & Hanover leased 2,594 square feet of Class-A office space at Melville Corporate Center I. The full-service infrastructure engineering firm worked in tandem with BBRC to outfit their new space, while navigating a quick turnaround for employees to take occupancy during February of 2019. Highlights of BBRC's work within the new suite included re-carpeting the entire suite, painting all walls, installing new cove base, creating an accent wall within the reception area, providing furniture to the tenant in all office areas, running low voltage power to several areas within the suite, modifying the existing access control system, and demolition of an existing reception wall to create a half wall.

Hardesty & Hanover's Bull Pen

Caliber Home Loans at Melville Corporate Center II

Relocating from Melville Corporate Center I, into larger space at Melville Corporate Center II, Caliber Home Loans took occupancy of their new space in August of 2018. Highlights of BBRC's work within the new suite included the outfitting of a large glass wall in Caliber's conference room. The suite was re-painted to Caliber's corporate color scheme, and planked carpet was installed throughout the premises. To manage the tenant's telecommunications and power wiring, BBRC worked with the Caliber team to lay down a Connectrac system throughout the bull pen.

Conference Room at Caliber Home Loans

Hartford Fire Insurance Company at Melville Corporate Center I

Working closely with The Hartford Insurance Company's out of state project management team, BBRC outfitted this 3,148 square foot suite during February of 2018. As Hartford's first independent Melville office location, the suite was designed to incorporate numerous branding elements and other upgrades for local employees. Highlights included the installation of upgraded carpet, a cable management system for the tenant's IT needs, an access control system for various entry points into and within the suite, as well as the wiring for a video intercom system. Additionally, extensive electrical work was performed within the space, including core drilling for telecommunications and the installation of a new sub-panel. Plumbing and high hat lighting were added to a new employee break area, and the suite's glass entrance doors were finished with a custom door frosting to include the The Hartford's logo.

The Hartford's Workstations And Break Area

Teledomani at Broadhollow Corporate Center

After selecting the Broadhollow Corporate Center for their next regional hub office, Teledomani was drawn to this particular suite for its unique layout. Interior offices with large vision panels meant that Teledomani's managers could monitor the activity of their staff in the adjoining bull pen area. Leaving the window line open for the company's bull pen area meant that employees in cubicles could still benefit from natural sunlight. Other highlights of the BBRC-led build out included new paint throughout the entire suite, re-carpeting of the entire office, installation of an extensive access control system at entry points as well as internally within the suite, etching of the company's logo on two exterior doors within the suite, and the utilization of existing power whip connections for Teledomani's data and phone requirements.

Teledomani Bull Pen Area

Foley Carrier Services at Melville Corporate Center I

After establishing their corporate headquarters in Hartford, Connecticut, and receiving positive feedback on their loft-style office space from employees, Foley Carrier Solutions determined that their new Long Island location would benefit from the same type of layout. The new 3,200 square foot suite at Melville Corporate Center I was constructed by BBRC and included highlights such as exposed ceilings to the building deck, a custom shiplap wall in the company's conference room, and spray coating on all decking, bar joists, beams, pipes and ducting. Additionally, BBRC installed full glass, large single vision office doors, LED light fixtures including pendent lights/lay-in lighting, as well as millwork and plumbing in the employee break area. Access controls were installed on Foley's suite entrance doors and core drilling was also performed in order to lay in data and electrical wiring.

Foley's Open Concept Bull Pen Area

24 Seven at Melville Corporate Center I

Building on the success of 24 Seven's New York City location, the firm leased approximately 5,000 square feet of office space at Melville Corporate Center I at the start of 2017. BBRC leveraged the creative abilities of our contractors and the construction expertise of our staff to design a loft-inspired suite at 105 Maxess Road. Highlights included an exposed ceiling to the building deck that was spray painted to create a loft feel. LED lights were installed throughout the suite and included pendant light fixtures, direct and indirect lighting, and lay-in fixtures. Custom millwork was created in the employee break room along with the rerouting of plumbing within the building to accommodate the tenant's sink. Core drilling was also completed for data and electrical wiring.

24 Seven Bull Pen Area

Northwell Health at Melville Corporate Center II

Managing and working closely with Northwell Health on a new Melville location, BBRC was the general contractor responsible for this 60,000 square foot office space buildout. Highlights included the wiring of the building and designated hook-ups so that the property would become generator-ready along with the erection of an intricate cable management system to accommodate dense low-voltage cabling within the suite's plenum. Additionally, BBRC constructed interior employee and executive bathrooms, installed over 200 workstations, coordinated cabling and electrical work within the suite and added high-end modular carpeting to the buildout.

Northwell Health Bull Pen Area

TD Bank at Melville Corporate Center III

BBRC acted as the general contractor on this 45,000+ square foot full build out for TD Bank's regional headquarters spanning the first, third and fourth floors of Melville Corporate Center III. BBRC worked hand-in-hand with TD's project manager, Johnson Controls, to meet critical deadlines, coordinate with TD's security and IT departments, and deliver a seamless tenant relocation. The suite was outfitted with numerous kitchens and employee lounge areas, floor to ceiling glass offices, and complex soffit and stone details throughout the office.

TD Bank Reception Area

Freedom Abstract Corp. at Melville Corporate Center I

BBRC acted as the general contractor on this 6,000 square foot construction of the Freedom Abstract Corp headquarters. This high-end suite was outfitted with many intricate wordwork moldings as well as various soffits and headers to accommodate changing ceiling heights. Trenching through the concrete slab was required to accommodate interior executive bathrooms and a shower.

Freedom Abstract Corp. Interior Office Space

Ameriprise Financial at Melville Corporate Center III

BBRC acted as the general contractor for this 3,000 square foot office for Ameriprise Financial, the multinational financial advisory firm. This suite was outfitted with Silestone countertops, designer wallcoverings and true divided light doors.

Ameriprise's Reception Area

Environmental Resources Management at Melville Corporate Center I

Environmental Resources Management worked closely with BBRC to build out the company's 5,300 SF suite at Melville Corporate Center I. The third floor space serves as the firm's Long Island headquarters and features several construction upgrades such as Corelite suspended lighting fixtures, bamboo flooring throughout the suite's reception area, an access reader for additional security, and vision panels in each office. ERM elected to keep all offices along interior walls and leave the window line open for cubicles and work stations thus allowing more natural light into the space. BBRC conducted weekly meetings and worked closely with ERM to achieve the firm's vision for the space.

ERM Bull Pen Area

Aviva at Melville Corporate Center III

BBRC acted as the general contractor on this 15,000+ square foot construction of the regional headquarters for Aviva, the world's sixth largest insurance group. BBRC worked hand-in-hand with Aviva's global project manager, Jones Lang LaSalle, to meet critical deadlines, coordinate with Aviva's security and IT departments and deliver a seamless tenant relocation. BBRC also constructed Aviva's 500 square foot data center, outfitted with a glycol server cooling system as well as a state-of-the-art Argonite fire supression system.

Aviva's Conference Room

Integrated Medical Professionals at Broadhollow Corporate Center

BBRC acted as the general contractor on this 13,000+ square foot total suite renovation at 532 Broadhollow Road for the new headquarters of IMP, the largest group of urologists and oncologists in the NY metro area. The ceiling of the entire suite was raised to 9', and all new HVAC ductwork and fire/safety systems were installed to accommodate a gut renovation.

Integrated Medical Professionals Lobby Area

Jones Lang LaSalle at Melville Corporate Center III

BBRC acted as the general contractor on this 6,000 square foot Long Island headquarters for JLL, a public real estate service and investment management firm. BBRC conducted weekly meetings with JLL's project managers, based in Chicago, to deliver timeline updates in order to ensure a timely delivery. BBRC also completed the construction of JLL's supplementally cooled server room on the lower level of the building.

Jones Lang LaSalle Reception Area and Kitchen

Lincoln Land Services at Melville Corporate Center III

BBRC acted as the general contractor on this 3,000 square foot Long Island headquarters for Lincoln Land, a title insurance firm dedicated to serving both commercial and residential clients. Working closely with Lincoln Land, BBRC designed a suite that featured unique enhancements including an exposed "loft-style" ceiling and specialty, low-energy, warehouse-styled lighting. Additionally, new HVAC duct work was installed in the suite, along with urban-inspired modular carpet tiles and upgraded chair railings.

Lincoln Land Bull Pen Area

T. Weiss Realty Corp at Melville Corporate Center III

This 6,500 SF corporate headquarters was constructed with BBRC acting as the general contractor. This high-end suite was outfitted with marble and onyx flooring in the reception area along with architecturally appealing soffits and upgraded lighting. The conference rooms feature high-end carpeting and wall covering along with wood base molding, a wood chair rail and hardwood floors. Within the bull pen area, BBRC included wood base molding, French doors, and large vision panels with millwork to bring in natural light from the offices into the corridor.

T. Weiss Conference Room