Throw Back Time 1997 Award Presented To Giuseppe Abbrancati Gappsi, Upscale project built in Islip, NY uses 60mm Roma I and Roma II stones, both with rounded edges, plus 6-inch square Rustico pavers. The stones are placed in a running bond pattern, beginning at the driveway apron and continuing around each circle. This creates the

Throw Back Time 1995 Award Presented To Giuseppe Abbrancati/Gappsi. Location West Babylon, NY Formal graphics and a stone-like appearance in many ways make the driveway the main attraction at this waterside residence with boat docks. Exquisite detailing demonstrates the skills of the combined designer and pavers installation contractor. All pavers were Nicolock  2 3/8 in.

Custom designed by Giuseppe Abbrancati, and built by Gappsi, this 9/11 memorial site sits in front of the Commack high school football field. Engraved pavers, all made of flamed granite, were placed along the walkway’s borders, along with benches, and a pedestal on which a part of a steel beam from the twin towers was

Throw Back Time 1995 Award Presented To: Gappsi 1995 Location: West Islip, NY A circular designs incorporated at the front entrance of this residence is used as a focal point and blends with flowing lines of pavestones. Pavers are 60mm thick, placed on top of a 10-in. sub base. A 4,500 square foot circular driveway

Suffolk County 27543-H1 9-10-99 to present, 15435-H1 7-1-88 to 7-1-97  Nassau County H2209100000  Southampton L002384  NYC and The Five Boroughs 1321423

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