Chris is regarded by many as the premier relocation project supervisor in the industry. With more than 30 years of experience, Chris has directed the relocation of tens of thousands of people into millions of square feet.
Chris brings an unmatched level of experience and professionalism to every move with a drill sergeant-like discipline and a commitment to keeping move teams in order and on schedule. Chris is responsible for maintaining the quality of the move team’s work during the relocation process. Chris holds a secure workers access consortium (SWAC) card and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) credentials.
The Port Authority of New York & NJ: The PANY/NJ were the first tenants onto the World Trade Center site after the 9/11 attacks. The move was hard and emotional for all parties and Chris ensured that his team handled this 450,000 square foot move of 1,500 people with sensitivity and professionalism.
Associated Press: Chris adeptly led the move personnel for the relocation of nearly 1,000 AP employees and their “one-of-a-kind” photo and slide library, all over one weekend. Chris’ pre-planning and supervision led his team to a successful Monday morning.
When not on the job, Chris enjoys coaching baseball and softball.