Join us in congratulating Andy, Giacomo, Zak, and Luke on their recent promotions! Each of them have played a critical role in the success and growth of our Estimating, Project, and Field Teams, and we are grateful them part of Team Redmond.
Andy Mazzarella has been promoted to Preconstruction Manager.
Andy joined us in 2019 and quickly became adept at pricing projects, interfacing with subcontractors, and supporting the overall organizational efforts of the Estimating Team. His ability to manage numerous projects and overall expertise as it relates to budgeting have been central to our ability to win projects of all scopes and sizes.
Giacomo Tusa has been promoted to Senior Project Manager.
Throughout his career, Giacomo has led complex projects ranging from ground up luxury hotels to data centers. He joined Redmond in 2020, and his expertise working on these types of projects has played a huge role in helping secure unique and unprecedented projects for our growing portfolio. He worked on the 10,000 SF interior buildout of Sammons Financial Group’s new space at the Old Post Office, and is currently working on the 22,000 SF redevelopment of Human Capital Research Corporation’s headquarters in Lakeview. Giacomo’s project management expertise and relationship centered approach has truly strengthened Redmond’s reputation across the industry.
Zak Kiepura has been promoted to Project Manager I.
Since joining the team in 2022, Zak has illustrated his ability to manage all facets of complex and high-end tenant interior projects, from interfacing with clients and managing subcontractors to completing projects on time and budget. Zak has worked with some of Redmond’s most notable clients over the last year, including Applied Systems, Syntellis, and UGN Automotive.
Luke Miller has been promoted to Superintendent II.
Luke joined Redmond in 2022 and has done an outstanding job of leading the day-to-day operations on his project sites, and his detail oriented and relationship focused approach have been key to his success. Luke has spent the last several weeks on site at Human Capital Research Corporation, supporting the 22,000 SF building repositioning.