A Quarter Century of Growth & Innovation
Commercial, residential and custom home shell contractor CSCI was founded in 1993 by current President Daniel Goldburg’s father Ronald Goldburg and his business partner Mark Nuccilli. Although the company has experienced organizational changes over its quarter century in business, CSCI has remained profitable each year—including suffering no losses during the December 2007 to June 2009 Great Recession—and has continued to rapidly grow and improve.
Daniel Goldburg, a Cornell University graduate, joined CSCI in 2001 as a technology and operations consultant, earning his way into management by 2005 and later into his current leadership role as President. Since joining the team 17 years ago, Goldburg has transformed CSCI into one of the largest preeminent shell builders in the state by evolving the company’s processes using progressive technology and proprietary systems—innovations often not embraced by competitors—to save costs and time and improve quality and safety.
Today, CSCI services Dade County to Indian River County on the Southeast; Collier County to Hernando County on the Southwest; as well as the Daytona market. The company employs 125 team members, with over 1,500 subcontracted workers on its job sites daily, and is completing over 4,000 residential home shells per year. In 2017, CSCI completed approximately 2,000 residential home shells. The company’s commitment to communication, safety, efficiency and cost savings is unparalleled in the industry.