McAlpine Contracting Promotes Mark Montalvo to Director of Construction
New York, NY – McAlpine Contracting, a general contracting and construction management firm active in New York, New Jersey, Vermont, and Puerto Rico, has promoted Mark Montalvo to Director of Construction. Montalvo previously served as Senior Project Manager at the company’s Long Island regional office in Bay Shore, NY. Engineering News-Record New York magazine ranks McAlpine as the 55th largest general contractor in the NY/NJ/CT Tri-state area. Building Design & Construction ranks the firm as the 139th largest contractor in the U.S.
“Since joining the company in 2005, Mark has successfully managed some of McAlpine’s most challenging projects. Most recently, he supervised construction of the $3 million Harmony Early Learning Center in Wantagh, NY, which was completed five months ahead of schedule despite the pandemic-related restrictions placed on construction operations. We are excited to promote Mark and look forward to his continued contributions to the growth of our firm,” said McAlpine CEO Troy Caruso.
In his new position, Montalvo will be based at the company’s headquarters in Manhattan and oversee the firm’s projects throughout the Northeast. His responsibilities will include management of estimating and bids, project logistics, construction activities, and close outs. He will supervise site personnel and lead interactions with clients.
Montalvo’s project portfolio exceeds $500 million in construction value and features completed projects in the healthcare, senior housing, multi-family, hospitality, retail, office, education, non-profit, and institutional market segments. His recent projects include the $70 million The Lois, a 250-unit multi-family ground-up project at 350 Clarkson Street in Brooklyn, NY; four new Walgreens pharmacies and convenience stores in Queens, NY and Brooklyn, NY; the $19 million, 90,000-square foot Amber Court Nursing Home in Smithtown, NY; the $17 million, 90,000-square foot Apex Apartments in Elmsford, NY; the Hilton Garden Inn and the Hampton Inn hotels, both in Nanuet, NY; and the $1.1 million, 8,000-square foot Nation Health Care Associates corporate office in Valley Stream, NY.
Prior to joining McAlpine, Montalvo operated his own contracting firm, KDM Construction, based in Medford, NY. He also served as a Foreman at J&S Construction and Miller Construction. Montalvo studied electrical engineering at Old Dominion University and liberal arts at Suffolk County Community College.
Established in 1991, McAlpine Contracting is a leading new construction and interior fit-out general contractor and construction manager operating throughout the greater New York Area, including New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, and Lower Hudson Valley. The company also has ongoing projects in Vermont and Puerto Rico. Engineering News-Record New York magazine ranks McAlpine as the 55th largest general contractor in the NY/NJ/CT Tri-state area. Building Design & Construction ranks the firm as the 139th largest contractor in the U.S.
Headquartered in Manhattan, NY, the firm has a portfolio of completed commercial and institutional projects totaling in excess of $1.2 billion in value. McAlpine’s expertise encompasses ground-up multi-family developments, office interiors, commercial building redevelopments, medical and healthcare projects, senior housing, educational facilities, retail, hospitality, industrial, technology, and public work.
McAlpine’s current and most recent projects include the $200 million redevelopment and renovation of 425 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, the former Lord & Taylor flagship store; the $70 million, eight-story, 250-unit The Lois apartment building at 310 Clarkson Avenue and the $42 million The Clark apartment building at 350 Clarkson Avenue, both in Brooklyn, NY; the $20 million Elmsford Apartments development in Elmsford, NY; the $19 million, four-story Amber Court senior living community in Nesconset, NY; the $18 million, 80,000-square foot Belair Medical Center in Bellmore, NY; the $1 million Timothy Oulton flagship furniture and home décor store and showroom in Manhattan; and the $3 million, 12,500-square foot, two story Harmony Early Learning Center in Levittown, NY.