Summary

A New York City institution since 1904, Port Morris Tile and Marble Corporation provides high quality marble work, tile installation, and a variety of other professional services to a diverse and distinguished clientele. The company’s restoration work can be found in a variety of high profile locations including the New York Public Library, the Empire State Building, the Whitney Museum, the Jewish Heritage Museum, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the United Nations Assembly Hall. Headquartered in the Bronx, New York, Port Morris Tile and Marble Corporation has additional offices in Massachusetts.Work completed by Port Morris consistently receives a level of praise reserved only for those organizations deemed the best of the best. The New York Construction News recognized their work at the Bear Stearns World Headquarters as among the Best of 2001. That publication again recognized Port Morris’ Penn Station Project with a listing in the Best of 2002 Awards. Port Morris Tile and Marble Corporation’s work at New York City’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral, a world-famous Neo-Gothic church completed in 1878, received accolades including the “Pinnacle Award for Restoration” from the Marble Institute of America. Recent projects include work on Yankee Stadium, Citifield, 15 Central Park West, the 9/11 Memorial, and One World Trade Center.The executive team at Port Morris Tile and Marble Corporation includes President Patrick Barrett, who also serves as president of the Contracting Stone Setters Association, and Chief Financial Officer Frank T. Juranich, a Baruch College graduate with over two decades of industry experience. The entire staff at Port Morris works to uphold over a century’s worth of stone and tile work that consistently exceeds customer expectations with exceptional quality and service.

Work History

Work History

Custom Tile and Marble Installation

Port Morris Tile and Marble Corporation