Cesario joins Holt Construction as director

November 17, 2020 - Design / Build
Christopher Cesario

New York, NY According to Holt Construction, the firm has hired Christopher Cesario as director. A corporate executive with more than 34 years of experience in the business and construction fields, he will lead Holt’s business development efforts, as well as maintain the firm’s relationships with owners, architects, engineers and subcontractors. Additionally, leveraging his more than 20 years specifically in the construction industry, he will help lead pre-construction activities, with a particular focus on procurement and ensuring the right subcontractors are hired for the right projects within clients’ budget agreements.

“Christopher brings decades of success and deep industry relationships to his new role with Holt,” said Chris Asaro, president of Holt Construction.

 “We look forward to him helping Holt to continue to grow its footprint across the U.S. by identifying new opportunities and setting our team and our contractors up for success through the common goal of unmatched client service delivery.”

Holt will look to Cesario to build a robust framework for Holt and its contractors to continue to reach new levels of coordination and collaboration in the delivery of Holt’s complex and diversified projects, particularly in winning new opportunities, keeping projects on time and within budget and managing risk across the portfolio. Cesario’s unique combination of experience in the finance sector and with leading construction firms such as Turner, StructureTone and AECOM Tishman will help him bring a strategic perspective to empower Holt’s business operations.

“I am honored to join Holt’s rapidly growing construction firm,” said Cesario. “Holt is recognized among peers, owners, developers and other AEC and real estate players as an innovative firm helping to drive the future of the industry. I look forward to helping Holt meet the increasingly complex needs of our built environment.” 

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