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George Malakidis, VP of Operations

George Malakidis, VP of Operations

George has a 16 year background in construction, encompassing a range of project types and delivery methods. In his role as Director of Operations, he is responsible for all aspects of Pre-Construction, Design and Construction activities at New England Construction and brings with him extensive experience in the construction field across the areas of design, engineering, procurement, estimating and construction management.

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George Malakidis, VP of Operations
By George Malakidis, VP of Operations
on August 30, 2019



The number one key to success in managing a construction project, of any kind is not the materials used, not the budget in place, or even the act of actually putting up the structure but listening. This becomes even more important when you venture into a project that is based on a Construction Management or Design/Build approach. These projects place a greater emphasis on the leadership and direction provided by the General Contractor than a simple traditional project. Clients place their dreams in the hands of their GC and expect success. We have a solid track record on these methods in our 34 years of existence but we also have learned some lessons we think could be useful if you are considering them for your next build! Specifically, four skills are paramount when entering a CM/DB Leadership Role:

George Malakidis, VP of Operations
By George Malakidis, VP of Operations
on March 08, 2016

Developing and renovating a retail shopping center is no easy task. Although developing a shopping center may be rich with opportunity for potential owners and investors, it is equally rich with risks, challenges, and threats. In order to ensure success, you’ll want to mitigate those risks, avoid the threats, and curb any challenges before they impact your progress. That may be easier said than done, but by involving your retail construction partner in the process as early as possible, you will be setting yourself up for success.