Chris is an Associate Director of Project Management with Dixon Projects. In this role, Chris manages an array of consultants and contractors in order to deliver a high-quality, finished product for the Fund.
During Chris’ tenure, he has successfully completed several high-profile projects including, 272 Ogden Avenue, 999 Boulevard East and 29 Lincoln Place. In addition, he has implemented the Dixon Projects Procedures and Procurement Manual and manages ADT security system procedures for the Fund. Chris developed his expertise at Langan Engineering and Jacobs Engineering, where he learned about budgeting techniques, weekly reporting and general construction practices. These experiences forced Chris to manage the expectations of clients through unwavering diligence and preparation, characteristics that positively impacted his seamless transition to Dixon.
“Dixon provides me with the tools and guidance necessary to run my own projects, all while having the freedom to implement unique ideas to solve complex problems.”
Chris’s favorite project to date is Seven Point Espresso in Brooklyn. Given that this was a commercial project, it was unique and challenging, but Chris and the rest of his team were able to complete the job at an efficient pace and deliver a high-quality product in the end.
Chris received his Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, snowboarding, hiking, running, watching bad movies and listening to any and every type of music.