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Gus Maimis MBA ’13Gus Maimis MBA ’13

Mr. Maimis brings more than 25 years of construction experience to his position as vice president of STV’s Construction Management Division successfully executed and completed numerous projects for higher education, healthcare, transportation centers, multi-tenant housing, and commercial office buildings. As Project Executive on the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, his responsibilities involved the oversight and management of all construction activities including scheduling and project finance for this most prestigious project other responsibilities involved the preconstruction and procurement phases.

Prior to coming to STV Construction, Mr. Maimis as founder and president of his construction management and general contracting firm, MKG Construction & Consulting, Inc. was responsible for the firm’s growth and expansion as well as all personnel issues, business development, negotiation of contracts, bidding and award process as well as general oversight of all construction projects. Through the firms client first mentality MKG was able to develop a loyal client base with such prestigious firms such as Columbia University, Mount Sinai Medical Center & School of Medicine, Toyota Corporation, Tishman Speyer Properties, The Setai Group, Staten Island University Hospital, New York University and Globix Corporation to name a few.

Mr. Maimis is on the Board of Directors of the Marty Lyons Foundation, the Board of Governors for the New York Building Foundation as well as the Director of Student Outreach and Scholarships for The Construction Management Association of America. He is an adjunct at New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate, a guest lecturer at Columbia University’s school of engineering and a Trustee for the Polytechnic Institute Alumni Association. He is on the industry advisory boards of Polytechnic Institute of NYU, NYU Schack Real Estate Institute and State University of NY at Farmingdale school of Construction Management and Architecture. He is a contributing member of The New York Building Congress higher educational and public building committees, US Green Building Council as well as The Urban Green Council. Mr. Maimis holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Polytechnic University.