In his new post, Napolitano will work alongside MAST Founder and President Ted Domuracki to oversee the company’s sales, marketing and business development efforts. He will also continue to serve as a project executive on key government, corrections, institutional and education projects, using his expertise to assist MAST’s clients in overseeing work from the preconstruction phase through close-out.
“Jim is, without a doubt, an expert at client relations and team building, as well as utilizing technology to realize efficiencies and to keep pace with the industry,” said Domuracki. “I am delighted to announce his promotion and excited about all that Jim brings to this role. Jim is a standout member of our executive team and part of our success story.”
Among Napolitano’s prior projects are the $400 million Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, where MAST served as the owner’s representative for the City of Newark, and project management for Bergen County Juvenile Detention Center’s Youth Shelter in Teterboro, New Jersey.
Napolitano earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College and is a member of the Construction Management Association of America.