Our Culture

1. Providing Unequaled Customer Service
2. Empowering an Exceptional Workforce
3. Making a Positive Difference in Our Community

Unequaled Customer Service – Lifetime Relationships Earned Each Day, on Every Project.

Munger strives to make it easy for customers to do business with us at every stage of their project, from concept to completion.  We get to know our customers’ individual needs and preferences, creating tailored solutions that are adaptable to their unique business situation. We add value by providing them with a positive experience where service is everything – just as if we were constructing a “home” for our own family. It’s a lifestyle our employees embrace.


Bishop’s Orchards, Guilford, CT – Repeat Customer Since 1995

New office building offers interior fit-up flexibility.

Massey Properties, Branford, CT – Repeat Customer Since 1996

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Van Wilgen’s Garden Center, Repeat Customer Since 1996

Existing office renovation creates modernized interior space.

Thule, Seymour, CT – Repeat Customer Since 1998

Long time, repeat Munger customer.

North Haven Autobody, North Haven, CT – Repeat Customer Since 2000


The Lee Company, Westbrook, CT – Repeat Customer Since 2004

Exceptional Workforce – Empowering Employees to Achieve Beyond Boundaries

From field workers through the office staff, Munger employees readily accept the challenge to meet performance expectations that raise us above the competition.  Each employee is a valued and integral part of the Munger team. “As Captain I know the Munger ship is steady and can stay the course, thanks to my competent and dedicated shipmates.” David DeMaio, President

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SMALL acts make BIG differences

Reaching out into the surrounding community, Munger works toward the dream that no one should go hungry. Making donations to local food banks as gifts to honor our valued customers, partnering with Guilford Veterinary Hospital in our annual “Fill the Truck” food drive, and initiating the “Munger Challenge” for employees and business partners to drop off 1 non-perishable food item at the start of each week to build collections for local food pantries has reinforced the truth that one small act….multiplied by many people….really DOES make a difference.

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