New York-based general construction and management first EW Howell has announced its expansion as the firM celebrates its 125th anniversary.
Founded in 1891, EW Howell Construction Group will expand its offices in Manhattan and on Long Island.
The company provides construction services throughout the region to a range of clients in the retail, education, arts and cultural, healthcare and government sectors.
Dominic Paparo Jr. and Bob Zirkel have been promoted to vice president of the Arts & Culture division, responsible for overseeing and co-ordinating all members of the project team during preconstruction and construction phases. Additionally, Jehan Joonoos has been promoted to senior project manager within the division.
Robert Timperio has been promoted to vice president of EW Howell Construction Group’s Healthcare Division, which also recently welcomed Chris Caponegro and Daniel Abbruzzese as project executives.
“As EW Howell celebrates its 125th anniversary, we’ve seen tremendous growth within each of our divisions – including Education, Arts & Culture, Retail and specialty projects – but especially Healthcare and Arts & Culture,” said Howard Rowland, president of EW Howell Construction Group.
“These executives each bring a unique perspective and vast experience to the division and work great together as a team, strongly demonstrating our company’s dedication to ‘Build Simply.’ This approach streamlines the construction experience for our clients, making even the most complex projects well-executed endeavors delivered on time, on budget, and with as little complication as possible.’”
EW Howell’s Healthcare team has provided services to some of the New York area’s leading healthcare and assisted-living providers, including Good Samaritan Hospital, Southampton Hospital and Montefiore Medical Center.
They are currently providing core and shell and interior construction services for Long island’s largest current development, the $300 million Stony Brook Medical and Research Translation (MART) project located on Stony Brook’s Academic Medical Center campus. Currently the superstructure is 95 percent complete and the interiors about 20 percent complete.
Timperio will help oversee the expansion of the Healthcare Division, business development and project management.
Paparo will focus on business development, and Zirkel will bolster the Arts & Culture division.