Marco DiMuzio Joins Davis Companies as Senior Vice President of Construction


Marco DiMuzio

BOSTON – Davis Companies announces that Marco DiMuzio joined the company as Senior Vice President of Construction.

In this newly created role, DiMuzio leads all facets of Davis’ construction business, including pre-development budgeting, construction management, and design administration for basic construction projects and substantial plans. repositioning of buildings.

As Senior Vice President of Construction, DiMuzio will play a pivotal role in guiding internal investment and asset management teams on cost and constructability logistics for all new projects.

DiMuzio brings over 30 years of construction management experience to Davis and has delivered over 11 million square feet of space during his career. He most recently served as Vice President of Construction at GID Development in New York, responsible for overall project management and construction operations. In this role, he led the Waterline Square Project, which consisted of three high-rise residential buildings in New York City representing CHF 2.1 million and $ 2.26 billion in total investment.

“With a construction professional of Marco’s proven talent and expertise within our team, we are extremely well positioned to capitalize on any value-added development opportunity that meets our investment and underwriting criteria. I look forward to working with him to continue advancing our important pipeline, ”said Michael A. Cantalupa, director of development at Davis.

“I am delighted to join the Davis development team,” said DiMuzio. “I am impressed with his strategic growth and look forward to playing a valuable role in ensuring that his standards of excellence are continually woven into every project Davis is involved with. “

DiMuzio holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering with a Minor in Business Management from the University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada, where he graduated with Distinction.

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