Sal Anthony Rabita
Building custom homes and building them well is as natural as breathing to Sal Rabita, whose quiet competence and outstanding abilities have brought him far in a profession that relies on results. The President and Owner of S.A. Rabita Construction, Sal learned the industry from the ground up, beginning his young career as a Licensed Carpenter. He was soon recognized as highly capable, and was quickly promoted to leading his peers as the foreman on many extremely large jobs for a major commercial building corporation. Using his substantial knowledge of the industry, he subsequently formed his own General Contracting and Construction Management Company in 1998. Simply coming in and reliably doing the job well is Sal Rabita's trademark.
With over two decades of extensive experience in residential and commercial building and remodeling, Rabita has done it all:kitchens, baths, renovations, additions, modular homes, new custom construction and more. Management projects completed by this gifted builder's firm include Via Sforza Trattoria in Westport, a 4,000 sq.ft. restaurant with a parking garage. A few of the many private homes to his credit include 28 Shorefront Park in Norwalk, a 4,500 sq.ft. Nantucket Style waterfront home; 247 Sawmill Road in Stamford, a classic 5,500 sq.ft. Center Hall Colonial; 427 Westover Road in Stamford, a 5,500 sq.ft. traditionally inspired Colonial; "The Maples", 88 Maple Tree Avenue in Stamford, an eight unit Luxury Townhouse Complex; 2735 High Ridge Road in Stamford, a 2,700 sq.ft. renovated Cape; 1120 Westover Road in Stamford, a 4,500 sq.ft. custom Center Hall Colonial. These new residences range from $650,000 to $2,300,000, and stand as sterling examples of outstanding custom construction.
This Stamford native has unusually deep roots in his community, where he grew up, went to school, attended Carpenter's Union Local 210 trade school, became licensed, and perfected his craft. Carpentry is always a devoted interest of Sal's, as is strongly reflected in the superior craftsmanship found throughout his impressive body of work. Rabita still calls Stamford home, residing there with his wife and two children.