A 1992 Yale University graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture, Chris Pearson has 25 years of construction management experience. His experience includes program management in a variety of industries. He was a leading engineer on the Winthrop University Hospital 42,000 sq. ft. project. With a $32 million budget, Chris was involved with estimating, logistics planning and bid assessment during the GMP process. He has also worked on the New York Stock Exchange 60-story skyscraper planned for Wall Street before the project was canceled. Project budget was $775 million.
As an Engineer and Construction Manager for the NYC Parks Department, Chris has worked on the underground infrastructure at the Central Park Zoo, demolition of the Old Children's Zoo at Central Park, reconstruction of Central Park Zoo Monkey House, reconstruction of the roof at the arsenal at the Central Park Zoo, and reconstruction of the Dag Hammarsjkold Plaza.
Chris was also an architect at Architekturburo Steinkopf und Bohm in Dresden, Germany where he reconstructed Hoyerswerda Apartment Building, Dresden Youth Hostel, Dresden School for Children with Disabilities and an 18 Ostra Allee Apartment Building.
In 2002, Mr. Pearson became a founding partner of Triton Construction as a project manager and estimator. In addition to managing key projects, Chris is an experienced project planner and coordinates the estimating, bidding, and purchasing for all Triton projects.
Chris' Project Management work includes his experience on the 360 Smith Street Apartment Building, Pratt Institute Myrtle Hall, Greenburgh Public Library and the West Hempstead Public Library.