Bob Keeley, Senior Vice President | Regional Director, New England 

Bob KeeleyBob Keeley is responsible for leading the STV|DPM management team, developing high-level client relationships, nurturing the corporate culture, and ensuring client satisfaction. Bob possesses more than 30 years of industry leadership and expertise in the real estate, construction, and project management fields, and he was among the first entrepreneurs to pioneer the independent owner’s project manager industry.  As the founder of Diversified Project Management, Bob led the firm to become one of the largest and most respected project management firms in New England.
As senior vice president of STV|DPM, Bob ensures that the firm actively participates in numerous industry organizations including the Corporate Real Estate Network (CoreNet), Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), International Interior Design Association (IIDA), Commercial Brokers Association (CBA), International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), New England Healthcare Engineers Society (NEHES), and Eastern Region Association of Physical Plant Administrators (ERAPPA). He has presented on key industry topics for SIOR and CBA and has been featured in the Boston Business Journal, New England Real Estate Journal, Boston/SF, Banker & Tradesman, and other publications.
Bob earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Bryant University in Smithfield, RI. His professional skills in the design and construction industry include experience as a general contractor and in commercial relocation. He has led teams on a wide variety of projects including site selection and due diligence, base building infrastructure upgrades, new construction, interior renovations, and relocations across many industry segments.
He supports many philanthropic missions and serves on the Board of Trustees for the Greater New England Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Bob has been honored with the “Community Event Volunteer Award” by The MS Society and with the “Charity and Community Service Award” by Boston/SF.  In 2012, Bob was awarded the "Corporate MileStones" award at the annual MS MileStones Gala. 
Most recently, Bob was recognized by CoreNet New England as the 2016 Service Provider of Year - Leadership Real Estate Executive, Americas.

Bill Clegg, Vice President of Operations

CleggAs vice president of operations, Bill calls on his proven leadership skills for all hands-on operational aspects of STV|DPM, and is a creative thinker that is driven to success for our valued clients and our staff. Relying on an excess of 30 years of project management and interior design experience, Bill is a consensus builder and collaborative leader, having led an award-winning design firm with deep roots in the Greater Hartford and Stamford marketplaces. His combination of technical project experience, client development and operational management is unique in our industry.
Bill’s other experience includes leading the Hartford office of Fletcher Thompson Architects as partner and principal of interior design. Prior to that he was president and managing partner for Schoenhardt Architecture + Interior Design. Bill has served as the president of IIDA’s New England Chapter and has served as a member on the IIDA International Board.  He is a LEED AP and is only one of five FIIDA Fellows (FIIDA) in New England. Bill is actively involved in IIDA, CoreNet, the Construction Institute, BOMA, The Simsbury Performing Arts Center, The Connecticut Building Congress and other industry organizations, and is on the board of the New Paradigm Theatre. Bill attended Wentworth Institute of Technology and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Phil Leonard, Vice President of Operations

Phil LeonardPhil, vice president of operations, leads STV|DPM’s business operations and project management teams. Phil has nearly 35 years of experience in the management of business operations, capital and operating budgets, facilities, administrative systems, human resources, and project teams. During this time he has delivered over $200M in construction and renovation projects in the academic, corporate, high-tech & R&D, industrial, and lab & life sciences sectors. Former clients include Brown University, East Boston Savings Bank, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Diversified Project Management in 2000, Phil worked for a large national retail chain in the roles of facilities and administrative services manager, human resource information systems manager, business methods and procedures analyst, and space planner. Phil holds a degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University.


Mark DuPre, Vice President

DupreMark brings more than 35 years of experience in architecture and construction to his role as vice president. Trained as an architect and a construction manager, Mark approaches his work on the client’s behalf from both the designer’s and owner’s perspectives, coordinating projects from conception through completion. He has represented clients’ interests across all business sectors, with a particular focus on healthcare, industrial, and academic facilities. Mark’s clients include Connecticut College, Pratt & Whitney, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Lawrence & Memorial Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, Yale New Haven Hospital, and Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. His prior experience includes roles as senior program manager at Aramark Facility Services, executive director at Medway Development Systems, and supervisory project manager at Kaiser Permanente National Facilities Services.
A veteran of the US Air Force, Mark’s education includes a BS in Industrial Technology and Construction Management from Central Connecticut State University; and an AS in Architectural Technology from Hartford State Technical College. He is a member of Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) and is the Vice President for the Connecticut Chapter. He is also a member of the American Society of Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and holds the ASHE certificate for Healthcare Construction. Two of Mark’s projects have been published in Architectural Record, and he has received design awards for both new construction and historical restoration. He led the team that represented the Town of Newtown, CT in the rebuilding process of the Sandy Hook Elementary School, which received eleven awards. In addition, Mark teaches Infection Control Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Healthcare for the Construction Institute, and the Construction Management Association of America. Mark has been with STV|DPM since 2006 and was promoted to Vice President in 2016.

Jim Kolb, Vice President

Jim KolbJim Kolb leads STV|DPM's academic and public sector market segments in the Newton office.  A construction industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in development, design and construction; Jim has served as an owner’s project manager (OPM) for construction projects of varying size and complexity throughout New England.  He is a skilled manager who is well-versed in project delivery methods and public construction laws and has successfully delivered new ground up buildings, major additions, interior renovations and historic preservation projects.   

As an owner’s representative, Jim serves as an advisor in reviewing preliminary and schematic designs, construction and contract documents to ensure they meet project goals. He is also a key resource on issues of constructability, budgeting, scheduling, and designer and contractor procurement, and his team regularly provides on-site representation during the design, construction, and project closeout phases. 

Jim is a certified Green Globes Professional and a Massachusetts Certified Public Purchasing Official.  His most recent projects include Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Schumann Library and the new Center for Engineering and Innovation Sciences building; The Old Chapel restoration at UMASS Amherst, the renovation of Perry Hall at UMASS Lowell, the new Brooke Charter High School, the historic renovation and addition for Plymouth Town Hall as well as libraries in the Towns of Reading and Foxboro Massachusetts.  

Jim received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Lawrence University, is the former President of the Massachusetts Building Congress and the current Chairman of the Sherborn Library Building Committee.  He is also a frequent speaker on industry trends and procurement methods.

Denise Pied, Vice President / Project Executive

Denise Pied Denise possesses nearly 25 years of extensive experience representing client interests on a variety of complex commercial projects in the corporate, financial services, high-technology and professional service segments.  Her strong leadership skills and expertise in project budgeting, scheduling change management and workplace strategy ensure her client’s success.
Denise joined STV|DPM in 2000 as project manager and now as vice president and project executive, she has successfully delivered millions of square feet of interior fit out and move management projects.  Under her stewardship, the firm has expanded its client base to include John Hancock, AutoDesk, Bose, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of MA, Mercury Systems, NetScout, The Predictive Index, and Nuance Communications. She specializes in the planning and execution of large-scale tenant improvement projects, focusing on Downtown Boston, its suburbs and the greater New England region. As a real estate professional prior to joining STV|DPM, Denise brings a unique perspective to the firm, allowing her to excel in client services. She is also active in overseeing STV’s internal real estate projects around the country. 
A graduate of the University of Connecticut, she also earned her Graduate Certificate in Construction Project Management from Northeastern University.  Denise is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and is currently an active member of CoreNet, a member of its Board of Directors and graduate of its Leadership 2.0 program, and Co-Board Liaison to the Education Committee.  
Most recently, Denise co-founded Boston’s Real Estate COVID Consortium with director of business development, Sandra Gucciardi.  The consortium is a multidiscipline industry team conducting a knowledge share of current industry best practices and due diligence around workplace design and construction requirements adapting to changes in codes and regulatory amendments in the post-COVID-19 world.

John Waitkunas, Vice President

John WaitkunasJohn has served at STV|DPM for more than 20 years.  He covers most industry sectors and leads STV|DPM’s high-tech & R&D, industrial, and healthcare business segments. John possesses more than 30 years of experience in construction and healthcare construction management, with an extensive background in managing out-of-the-ground and interior renovation projects totaling over $700M in value. During his tenure with STV|DPM, John has led significant accounts including Boston Medical Center, Akamai Technologies, Red Hat, NetScout, Takeda | Millennium Oncology, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Analysis Group, Eastern Bank, NESN, RSA Security and Tyco.
John routinely serves as a technical resource for both new construction and renovation projects and his depth of knowledge, leadership, staff mentoring, and client development skills have been a key part of the firm's success.
John holds an AS and BS in Building Construction Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA. He is a LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction.


Bob Gervasini, Project Executive 

Bob GervasiniBob leads STV|DPM’s project management and business development activities in Rhode Island.  He works closely with the team to support existing and new clients throughout New England.  His in-depth construction management experience both in the public and private sectors provide STV|DPM the foundation to continue to grow and expand its services in the region.
Prior to joining STV|DPM, Bob most recently served as director/project executive at a leading design, construction, and maintenance services provider where he spent several years overseeing the company’s largest projects and programs.  Before that, he acted in several senior level positions leading large scale multi-year programs of every aspect in gaming, hospitality, restaurant, commercial, and school construction.  Some of Bob’s significant clients included Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment, Mohegan Tribal Government, Twin River Casino, New Haven Public Schools, South County Hospital, and several public school programs in Rhode Island.
The hallmark of Bob’s highly experienced career in the industry has been his commitment to building longstanding relationships with clients and promoting their best interests in every undertaking.

Steven Lacerte, Project Executive

Steven LacerteSteve leads STV|DPM’s laboratory/life science market sector.  He works closely with the team to support existing and new clients throughout Massachusetts and the greater New England region.  His in-depth facilities and engineering experience, coupled with his highly developed understanding of operational support and business priorities, specifically in the drug discovery, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries, provides significant value to STV|DPM’s clients in the region.
Prior to joining STV|DPM, Steve most recently served as senior director, engineering and project controls at Sanofi/Genzyme where he spent several years providing direction in the development of campus strategy, capital program, facilities improvements, and commissioning/qualification in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).  He oversaw a portfolio of more than 40 capital and expense projects for its 1.5M square-foot campus.  Before that, Steve served as senior director of site engineering and facilities management at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals where he managed a portfolio of more than 30 capital and expense projects for its 800K square-foot campus. 
Steve is an active member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) and the Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE).

Scott Pinckney, Associate / Project Executive

PinckneyScott Pinckney, LEED®AP, is a 19-year veteran of STV|DPM, with hands-on experience directly managing the design and construction of a wide variety of projects.  As one of the founding members of STV|DPM’s Hartford office, he has been instrumental in leading project teams on many key client engagements in the academic, healthcare, laboratory/life science and manufacturing business sectors.  Recently, he led the programming and architectural/engineering coordination for the new Alexion headquarters, and Connecticut Colleges’ New London Hall lab and classroom building.
Scott earned his Bachelor of Arts in environmental studies from the University of Connecticut and is a LEED® Accredited Professional.  He is also a member of the Connecticut Green Building Council, chair of the Guilford High School Building Committee and past chair of the Town of Guilford Middle School Planning Committee.  In addition, Scott has earned certificates in construction management and facilities management from the University of Hartford.


Sandra Gucciardi, Director of Business Development

Sandra GucciardiSandra is responsible for client strategy and business development initiatives in the corporate, laboratory/life science and academic business sectors for STV|DPM.  She is based in Newton, MA where she assists with the strategic direction of the business and works with the firm’s leaders to develop new business and product offerings. 
Sandra possesses more than 25 years of experience within the A/E/C industry. The common thread throughout her career has been developing strong relationships with various clients, business partners and colleagues.  
Sandra holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, and an interior design degree from Seminole College in Sanford, FL. She has her Massachusetts’ Realtor’s license and is an active member of various design and construction industry groups including; CoreNet, where she is a graduate of Leadership 2.0, the co-chair of the Education Committee, and on the Real Advantage Committee; International Facility Management Association (IFMA), where she co-chairs its Workplace Evolutionaries Boston Hub and its Membership/Engagement Committee; Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), and Women in Bio (WIB).  Sandra also serves on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Women in Construction’s Boston Chapter.
Most recently, Sandra co-founded Boston’s Real Estate COVID Consortium with vice president and project executive, Denise Pied.  The consortium is a multidiscipline industry team conducting a knowledge share of current industry best practices and due diligence around workplace design and construction requirements adapting to changes in codes and regulatory amendments in the post-COVID-19 world.