Nick Dandolos joined Gannett Fleming in June 2017 as Vice President and Area Manager for New York Construction Services. In that role he serves as the lead project manager for key clients, leveraging his deep knowledge of the New York metropolitan area’s vertical construction market so as to advance the growth of the firm’s Construction Services Business Line.
Nick has more than 30 years of experience, having served in senior-level construction and design management positions on numerous projects in New York City and in other cities. He provides expertise and service to clients in both the Public and Privates sectors of the Construction / Construction Management industry as a Project Principal in Vertical, as well as Horizontal Construction projects. These span the housing, retail, education, transportation, infrastructure and transit sectors.
Prior to joining Gannett Fleming, Nick served as Senior Vice President for Construction Management at HAKS in New York City where he was Project Executive in charge of Construction Management contracts with Public Sector clients. He was also Business Development Executive in charge of teaming, and proposal coordination with public sector clients. Projects have included the $27 million Hamilton Avenue Asphalt Plant replacement for NYC Department of Design and Construction and NYC Department of Transportation; the mitigation of over 20,000 violations from NYC Department of Homeless Services facilities in a span of four months; Emergency Response CM On-Call contracts for the NYC School Construction Authority totaling $175 million; a $75 million CM On-Call contract for the NYC Housing Authority, as well as other CM On-Call contracts for the MTA, NYCT and LIRR.
Before joining HAKS, Nick was a Senior Project Manager at Hudson Meridian Construction Group, LLC with projects including a $57 million interior renovation of occupied apartments for NYCHA; a $26 million interior renovation of 400 occupied apartments and the complete replacement of the exterior envelope of a 33 story building for a not-for-profit entity; the completion of a $27 million, 132 unit, out of the ground condominium project; and the conversion of a retail space into a 20,000 square foot performing arts center.
Nick received an Aerospace Engineering BSAE degree from NYU’s Polytechnic School of Engineering and an MBA in Business Administration and Policy from Baruch College. He currently serves as an Executive Board Member of the CMAA Metro NY/NJ Chapter and as a Member of the Board of Directors of the ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York. He is also a Board Member and Committee Chair at ACEC New York and an Advisory Board Member of the Bronx Design & Construction Academy.