Marco S. DiMuzio
Vice President, Construction
Marco DiMuzio is a Vice President of Construction with GID Development Group. He currently oversees the construction of a new high-rise residential project exceeding one million square feet on the Upper West of Manhattan. His areas of responsibility include development execution, preconstruction planning and estimating, budget and cost management implementation, construction management, logistics, scheduling and safety.
Mr. DiMuzio has over 25 years of experience in all levels of the construction industry from superintendent through project executive. He has worked on a range of projects from individual residences to large five star hotels.
Prior to joining GID, Marco DiMuzio was a Senior Construction Manager with Equity Residential, one of the nation’s leading real estate and development companies, where he oversaw the construction of a 40 story, 475,000 square foot high rise residential building located in the NoMad area of Manhattan. The architecturally acclaimed building was designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Christian de Portzamparc consisting of 269 market rate rentals and 81 condominiums, including a series of shared amenities and retail spaces.
Mr. DiMuzio also worked for CNY Builders where he was the Project Executive overseeing the construction of the Central Park Marriott. Prior to CNY, Marco worked for Lend Lease, one of the country’s largest construction management firms, where he was involved in some of their highest profile projects including The Venetian Casino Resort in Las Vegas and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel located in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in Manhattan. Mr. DiMuzio started his career with EllisDon Construction, one of the largest general contractors in Canada, where he worked on multiple projects including the Chemistry Building and the Henry Art Gallery, both for the University of Washington in Seattle, WA.
Mr. DiMuzio has a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Civil Engineering with a Minor in Business Management from the University of Ottawa Canada.