Can you tell us a little bit about your background? I attended Drexel University and received dual degrees in Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering. For the past 20 years, I have enjoyed a career in the construction industry. I have had the great pleasure in being a key team member in building world-class healthcare facilities in the Tri-state area. In addition to being the lead project manager on various projects, I also was integral in developing organizational procedures and implementing them throughout various business units around the country.
What are three unusual or fun facts about yourself?
1. My wife and I have 4 incredible children.
2. The family is completed with our three dogs and three cats.
3. When help is needed, I lend a hand at the veterinary clinics that our family operates.
When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up and how has that impacted your career? From the time I was child, I knew that I wanted to build things. I would spend hours building with anything I could get my hands on. As I grew up, it became evident that I wanted to pursue a career in architecture and engineering.
What compelled you into your field of work? I had an opportunity to try various work within the engineering field. When I had the opportunity to manage the process of construction, I knew that all of my skill sets could be met with this career path.
What is your proudest moment in your career? I feel the proudest moment in my career is when a project is completed and I know the project is going to serve a greater good for the public.
Can you describe your current role at Danella? My current role at Danella is to help lead the day-to-day operations at DCC-PA. I look forward to working with the DCC-PA team on growing the current operations, continuing to provide high quality service to our clients, and to increase the overall profitability of the division.
For you, what are three words that describe Danella?
• Best in the Business
• Highest Quality