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Conti Federal Services Relocates-Plans Orlando, Florida, Headquarters

Conti Federal Services, a federal construction and engineering contractor, will locate its new headquarters in the Central Florida Research Park in Orlando, Florida.

The company, which moved its headquarters from New Jersey, is expected to create 40 jobs over the next four years.

“As we looked for a new home for the Conti Federal team, we wanted to work with a partner with the same core values, integrity, honesty and a desire to make every deal a win-win for both sides,” said Peter Ceribelli, CEO of Conti Federal.

Conti Federal Services, Inc. offers construction development, design build, construction management, and maintenance services. The company’s expertise ranges from highly technical facilities supporting the F-35 fighter program in remote locations to critical infrastructure and resiliency projects, delivered both domestically and around the world.

“Conti Federal is the newest addition in a line of corporate relocations that recognize the ease of doing business here,” said Florida Secretary of Commerce Jamal Sowell, president and CEO of Enterprise Florida. “We welcome this great company and the contribution they will make to the state’s economy and creation of good-paying jobs.”

The Orlando Economic Partnership worked with Enterprise Florida, Orange County Government, CareerSource Central Florida, Foundry and CBRE on the project.

“It’s great to see that companies like Conti Federal recognize Orlando’s roots in aerospace and innovation,” said Partnership president and CEO Tim Giuliani. “We welcome them to Orlando’s ranks of innovative companies and look forward to their continued growth as part of our region.”

Some of Conti Federal’s notable projects include the construction of temporary COVID hospitals in New Jersey and St. Croix, multiple F-35 fighter jet Hardened Aircraft Shelters in Israel, levee and flood infrastructure projects in New Orleans, and emergency housing for hurricane-displaced residents in the Florida Panhandle.

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