Mr. Siciliani was the founder and managing principal of Newmark Construction Services, an affiliate of Newmark & Co. Real Estate.
Since 1997, Mr. Siciliani has been at the forefront of the residential redevelopment of lower Manhattan converting more than 37 commercial buildings into over 7,600 new apartments, totaling over 8 million square feet. He has consulted on acquisitions, design and planning, budget and schedule during the pre-construction process and executed some of the largest and most complex conversion projects in the city including the 57 story tower at 20 Exchange Place, 37 Wall St, 63 Wall St, which won a national award for historic preservation, 67 Wall St, and over 1.1 million square feet at 360 Furman Street, now known as One Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Experienced in every phase of the development process and proficient in managing a large in-house staff of project managers, field superintendents, accountants, administrators and third party consultants, Mr. Siciliani brings to CCM and its clients a wealth of local industry knowledge and a proven track record of success.
Mr. Malkin is a twenty year veteran of the construction industry whose career includes the construction of over 5 million square feet of residential, commercial, institutional, hospitality, entertainment and retail projects. Mr. Malkin began his career with national builder Morse Diesel International, Inc., constructing several large, high profile, multi-building projects including the expansion and renovation of Caesar’s Atlantic City, the River East Center in Chicago, as well as New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).
Mr. Malkin joined CCM after spending eight years with Owner/Builder Gotham Construction Company, LLC where he managed the pre-construction and construction activities for a multitude of residential projects ranging from high-end condominiums to high-rise rental construction, including the tony 200 West 72nd Street and multi-building Gotham West, among others. Mr. Malkin’s cumulative residential experience encompasses the construction of over 2,500 residential units
Mr. Hardecker rejoins his fellow colleagues after a second stint with Tishman Construction where he was a General Superintendent on many noteworthy large scale out of the ground buildings.
Examples of these projects include: The Biltmore Hotel, The Intercontinental Hotel Times Square, and The New School for Social Research at 14th Street and 5th Avenue.
Peter’s renovation experience includes projects at The Trophy Club at 18 West Street, The Cocoa Exchange, 100 Maiden Lane, and 418 West 25th Street.
His experience in dealing with the logistical challenges of these complex projects, along with his command of a large workforce, are an invaluable asset in maintaining schedule, site safety, and quality control.