CMS Project Team
Paul V. Griffin Jr. – Principal /Project Executive
Paul has been directly involved in Building and Life Cycle Maintenance of facilities for more than 30 years. Besides extensive educational experience, he worked over 11 years directly in electrical construction with a wide range of experiences.
In 1978, an opportunity presented itself and Paul veered toward corporate management. He became responsible for a “state of the art” data center and other various facilities. This required day-to-day operations of multiple tasks, always keeping in mind Budget vs. Life Cycle Costing of his facility. Throughout his employment, he has moved up the ‘Corporate Ladder’, with the consistency and ability to take on whatever is required of him.
Paul has proven to be a seasoned professional in building maintenance, construction, project management and corporate operating services. This experience provides our project team with the ability to assist in the design process to insure construction methods and materials that will keep long-term maintenance lower. He also has extensive knowledge of operating mechanical systems with energy management. This provides the assurance of properly operating equipment at the lowest possible price. He can also provide experience on future expansion with emphasis on what cost should be considered now for the best value to the town in the future.
He has outstanding management and problem-solving skills as well as a proven record for the implementation of several projects, which were completed within budget. Paul also likes to give back to his community. Paul also served on the Building Committee for the Mashpee High School project where he served as the Chairman. Overseeing this impressive 28.7 million dollar undertaking has demonstrated, once again, his dedication by being a creative, articulate achiever with exceptional organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills, which are obvious right from the onset of anything he takes upon himself.
Neil Joyce – Principal Project Executive
With over 20 years of professional experience in the construction industry, Neil is an invaluable member of the CMS team. Neil’s leadership and understanding of all aspects of construction are outstanding. Neil has a vast array of knowledge from the numerous projects he has worked on from the progressive professional development at Modern Continental Construction Company, beginning with support roles in project scheduling, estimating, and subcontractor coordination, and culminating in project management. His Project Management roles include that of roadway, tunnel, infrastructure and building construction projects (MGL Ch 30 / Ch 149) in conjunction with the Central Artery / Tunnel and Massachusetts Water Resource Authority – Deer Island Sewage Treatment Plant projects. The job titles Neil held with Modern Continental include Project Manager, Sr. Project Engineer, Sr. Schedule Engineer, Estimator, Project Engineer, and Field Engineer.
Prior to joining CMS, as a Sr. Project Manager for J.B.M General Contracting, Neil had extensive experience and success in public construction including building (MGL, Ch. 149), Comprehensive occupied building renovations (phased construction) and additions and renovations in educational facilities.
Neil’s current roles and responsibilities in the following:
Scott Lubker - Project Manager
Position: Project Manager
Currently: Project Closeout for the Sudbury Police Headquarters – Sudbury, MA.
Scott is a skilled Project Manager and Clerk of the Works who has been a valuable and effective member of the CMS team for over 10 years due to his hands on abilities as well has his focus and attention to details. Scott’s strengths in quality control and monitoring enable him to be particularly effective in discovering and solving problems. Scott has extensive knowledge in the building design and construction fields. He currently is an On-Site representative / Clerk of the Works.
Kevin Griffin - Project Manager
Position: Project Manager
Kevin has a vast construction background from growing up in the trades and helping run his first multi-million dollar residential development project just out of high school. After attending Wentworth Kevin went to work for Gilbane Building company as an Assistant Project Manager and Assistant Superintendent on a 150 Million Dollar cell culture plant and a 400 Million Dollar psychiatric hospital.
Kevin’s time a CMS Inc. started by working as a clerk of the works on multiple projects and assisting with the estimating services. Kevin now over sees and manages some of our more complicated projects, in 2013 he finished a 27.9 Million Dollar 14 phased renovation/addition to the Burlington Middle School. Kevin recently completed a 17 Million Dollar renovation/addition to the Greater New Bedford Vocational Technical High School, this project posed some extensive coordination and scheduling challenges do the the nature of the project where all 35 of the schools air handling equipment were replaced over 1 summer break. During that same summer break extensive building improvements to the shop spaces, science classrooms and lunch room were all undertaken.
Kevin’s current roles and responsibilities in the following: