Tishman Construction Corporation of Massachusetts Appoints New Director of Business Development

June 5, 2002
BOSTON, June 2002  James Koloski joins Tishman Construction Corporation of Massachusetts (TCCMA) as Director of Business Development, it was announced by TCCMA Senior Vice President Daniel McQuade. 

“James has an unparalleled 10-year track record of developing effective strategic plans and increasing corporate revenues.  He is a much welcomed addition to the Tishman team here in Boston,” said Daniel McQuade.Mr. Koloski will manage TCCMA’s business development efforts, including the development of client relationships.  Additionally, he will be responsible for developing networking sources, delivering presentations, as well as conducting market research and competitive analysis.Prior to joining Tishman, Mr. Koloski was the Director of Business Development for a national interior architecture and design firm. He was responsible for managing business opportunities in New England, engaging senior management in strategic planning, developing a lead tracking system and increasing his firm’s visibility in the local marketplace.  Mr. Koloski brings over 10 years of sales and marketing experience to TCCMA.Mr. Koloski holds a Bachelor’s of Arts from Merrimack College.   He is currently a member of several trade associations including IIDA, IFMA, IDRC, BOMA, NAIOP, Boston Chamber of Commerce, and the Providence Chamber of Commerce.Company BackgroundTCCMA is an affiliate of Tishman Realty & Construction Co., Inc., which celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 1998.  Tishman affiliates comprise a diverse group of construction and real estate companies responsible for building more than 400 million square feet of all types of space for their own account as well as for others.  Their total value of construction currently under contract is $4 billion. Tishman Construction Corporation of Massachusetts clients include: Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA), Emerson College, Hilton Hotels Corporation, Massport, Delta Air Lines, WorldCom, Level 3 Communications, Eastern Development, City of Lawrence, and Dover-Sherborn Regional School District. Landmark Tishman projects include the Conde Nast Headquarters at 4 Times Square, Reuters Americas Headquarters at 3 Times Square, and the World Trade Center complex in New York; the Wang Theatre renovation and several projects at Logan International Airport in Boston; the John Hancock Center in Chicago; and Walt Disney Company’s EPCOT Center in Florida. 

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