Director, Life Sciences
Hired as Project Manager in 2004, Kris quickly progressed to his current position. As Senior Project Manager and Project Executive, his responsibilities include managing multiple projects for a select list of PIDC’s key clients.
With 20+ years in the construction industry, including both field and office experience, Kris consistently brings cost-effective, real world solutions to the table. Concentrating on life sciences and advanced technologies, his resume includes labs, vivariums, cleanrooms, cGMP, manufacturing, infrastructure upgrades and associated first-class offices.
Kris plays a vital part in all aspects of project development. During pre-construction, he develops initial cost models and schedules, reviews early design documents for constructability, and regularly offers design assistance — particularly in adaptive reuse situations.
In subsequent stages of development, Kris handles procurement, equipment expediting and implementation: working with the client and end-users to confirm the design/construction is achieving the desired end result. Our clients value his innate sense of urgency and commitment — his keen eye for on-time, below-budget cost control — and the detailed turnover documents provided by Kris and his team.
A graduate of the University of Maine with a degree in Construction Management Technology, Kris has also obtained a Construction Supervisor License and completed OSHA 30-hour training.
Kris resides in Taunton, MA with his wife, Kim and daughters, Mollie and Madeline — volunteering as much as possible at the children’s schools. In his personal time, he can be found fishing the numerous bodies of water around town, as well as fresh-water wade fishing on the Cape.