Advisory Boards Advisory Boards play a critical role in the continuous development and evolution of our programs. They are an integral part of the learning, support and assessment cycle for students, faculty, and staff and link the programs firmly to the current and future of the built environment. Their primary goals include:
- To advise the Department of the professional requirements of the private and public sectors and the implications of those requirements upon the curriculum;
- To provide a forum in which teaching, research, professional development, and academic excellence can be discussed relative to the needs of the profession and related industries;
- To develop and recommend to the Department effective programs for recruiting students to the programs and to internships, co-op, and permanent positions;
- To assist the Department in locating funds and gifts for its educational and outreach programs.
The Construction Management Program is accredited by the American Council of Construction Education.
Construction Management IPAC Members
Sharon S. Jozokos - Berry, a division of Suffolk Construction
Ed Bond - Bond Bros., Inc.
Tom Coeau - Commodore Builders
Alan Perrault - Jay Cashman, Inc.
Ryan Hutchins - Gilbane Building
Leslie Becker - Keville Enterprises, Inc.
John M. Gerstenlauer - Perini Management Services, Inc.
Paul Doherty - Shawmut Design and Construction
Dan Lanneville - Skanska USA
Chris Scarvalas - Walsh Brothers Incorporated
Wayne J. Griffin - Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc.
Chuck Vaciliou - Erland Construction
Drew W. Colby - Colby Law Office, P.C.
Christopher Fontaine - Commonwealth Building, Inc.
Edward J. Corcoran - Corcoran & Associates
Andrew Bisbee - Cranshaw Construction
Jack DeMelo - Leggat McCall Properties
Jim Collins, Jr. - Payette Architects
John R. Roma - Raito Inc.
Thomas Hamill - Redgate-RE
Leonard Ruszczyk - Survey and Mapping Consultants
John J. Callahan - Turner Construction
Sunny Mak - WT Rich Construction Co.