Shawmut Design and Construction Promotes Skalaski to Vice President of the Retail Division
BOSTON, MA Shawmut Design and Construction announces the promotion of Greg Skalaski to Vice President of the Retail Division. In this role, Skalaski will lead Shawmut's 281-person, $300-million retail business unit, overseeing operations nationwide through the Boston, Massachusetts, New York, New York, Miami, Florida, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Los Angeles, California, offices.
Previously the Director of Retail Construction, Skalaski has been with Shawmut for 18 years and was a member of Shawmut's first Construction Management Skills Training (CMST) class, a cross-discipline training program that grows and develops future Shawmut leaders.
"Greg is a results-oriented, hands-on construction management executive with expertise across multiple sectors of the industry," said Les Hiscoe, CEO of Shawmut Design and Construction. "His dedication to top-of-the-line results through operational excellence, accountability, and a passion for the work at hand has helped establish Shawmut as the premier retail builder nationwide."
Skalaski has worked on flagship locations for Louis Vuitton in New York and Los Angeles; Cartier in San Francisco, California; Apple in New York; Hublot in New York; and 10 simultaneous retail build-outs for Wynn Encore in Las Vegas. From elegant to edgy, he guides his teams to investigate alternative building systems, new materials, and efficienciesall with the goal of creating the most dazzling and innovative spaces within the client's budget.
"I am dedicated to continuing our division's growth while not losing track of our key focus of providing outstanding customer service," said Skalaski. "Our team is not afraid to tackle any project, no matter the complexity and scope. We pride ourselves on constantly meeting and exceeding our client's expectations while delivering on their vision for each project."
Skalaski's promotion comes on the heels of recently being named one of design:retail's 40 Under 40 for his achievements and impact in the retail industry.