“I enjoy the opportunity to teach and mentor folks on many different aspects of the building process. It is satisfying to see a plan come together to create something new. Seeing the final occupants of the building in the new space brings the satisfaction of a job done well.”
With a master’s degree in Community Planning, Tony wrote his thesis on the U.S. housing finance policy, giving him a unique perspective on the development of multifamily projects. With 28 years in the construction industry, Tony has worked in major markets across the country building a portfolio of multimillion-dollar projects in both multifamily new construction and rehabilitation. He leverages his experience to help the development team plot cost-effective and expeditious paths from start to successful completion. Tony’s ability to build strong relationships with stakeholders during the preconstruction phase establishes the positive working relationship that extends well past construction completion.
A LEED Accredited Professional (AP), Tony earned a Bachelor of Sciences in Applied Quantitative Economics and a Master of Science in Community Planning and Housing Economics from the University of Rhode Island.