Ralph Serra

Field Supervisor

Ralph has over 27 years of relocation industry experience. His reputation for professionalism and attention to detail is well known throughout the industry. Ralph has been cited for his skills in team management, logistics and client relations.

Ralph has overseen some of the largest and most complex relocations in New York City’s history, including The United Nations, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, BNY Mellon, and the New York Daily News.

United Nations Project: Moved 5,000 people into 1 million square feet including furniture, contents, equipment, libraries, and fine art.

New York Daily News: Oversaw the complex, time sensitive resettlement of the organization after Hurricane Sandy.

In addition, Ralph is a specialist at managing healthcare and lab relocations. He recently completed large projects for Mt. Sinai, Weill Cornell, and Columbia Presbyterian.

When not on the job, Ralph enjoys spending time with his family and sharing and developing life skills in his children from cooking to carpentry.