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Cicero Construction is an established General Contractor that specializes in commercial renovation projects and works across the United States.


Founded more than five decades ago by Sam Cicero, Sr. as Cicero's Development Corp., Cicero Construction today remains a family-owned business of renovation professionals. Like his father, president Sam Cicero, Jr. has assembled, grown and developed a wide array of talented professionals, key systems and core set values that are embedded deep into the corporate philosophy. These same core values have allowed the company to successfully grow into one that now serves several different types of commercial properties across the country. Cicero Construction has worked with large corporations, small businesses and every major hotel brand in the hospitality industry including Marriott, Hilton, Starwood, Wyndham, Omni, Starbucks, and many more.

Cicero Construction is made up of professionals that are innovative and think out-side-the box. They are all solution-driven and possess decades of experience in design-build, construction, project management, estimating and supply management. Employees make it a priority to stay informed on current industry trends and practices, as well as taking the necessary time to share this knowledge with fellow team members and business partners.


By utilizing a “Best Value Approach” for each and every project, Cicero Construction helps clients achieve increased profitability. It is one of the reasons that Cicero Construction has become an industry leader in the commercial renovations industry.  

Meet The Cicero Construction Team


Samual Cicero, Sr.


A respected leader in the construction and renovation industry, Samuel J. Cicero Sr., built Cicero Construction into the nation’s premier commercial renovation firm for hospitality renovation since the company’s inception in 1970.



Sam E. Cicero, Jr. took over the helm as president of Cicero’s Development in 2012 after a successful 35 year career working in all departments of the company. Having been mentored by his father and trained in virtually every trade craft, Sam holds the key values and leads the Cicero Construction team in the traditions that have made it a leader in commercial renovation. 


Client Development Manager

Representing the third generation of the Cicero family, Lauren honed her client relations skills at Kraft-Heinz before joining Cicero Construction in 2019. She serves as a liaison between Cicero Construction and its clients, ensuring excellent customer service and superior renovation resolutions. 


Director of Business Development

One of the vital team players for Cicero Construction, Zara has the perspective of a veteran because she has been with the company for over 30 years and has been instrumental in developing and implementing some of the company’s best practices and procedures. 

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Robert Newburg

General Superintendent

Robert (Newt) is responsible for overseeing the superintendents on each project. He has been in the construction field for over 36 years and with Cicero’s for over 17 years. Newt is a seasoned superintendent with a cool head and calm demeanor. He is great with our clients and knows how to make a project perform on time and on budget while keeping the quality a top priority.

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Andrew Banda started with Cicero Construction to supervise renovation projects for our contract with Value Place Hotels. Since then, he has run major projects across the Midwest. Andrew’s “no-nonsense” approach to project supervision has set him apart as one of our key field staff.

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Mike started at Cicero Construction as a laborer and quickly moved into a supervisory position. Like so many of our staff, Mike learned finishing skills on the job and has worked under his mentors for several years. He completed his first project as superintendent on a Forever Young renovation of the Hampton Inn in Cranberry, PA. More recently, he completed a major industrial renovation project.

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