Paul Skabich makes VP at MAST Contruction in NJ

Paul Skabich makes VP at MAST Contruction in NJ

Published at: 2017-11-09 15:29 | Author: CIJ USA
MAST Construction Services, based in Little Falls, New Jersey, has promoted Paul Skabich to the position of vice president. Skabich, a construction industry veteran for nearly two decades, was formerly a project executive at the company, having begun as a senior project manager in 2005. Skabich was a civil engineer before joining MAST, where he focused on projects in the parks and recreation, institutional and education sectors. Skabich holds a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College. “Paul has proven himself to be a time management expert focused on getting results,” said MAST Founder and President, Ted Domuracki. “He is an integral part of the MAST team and I look forward to seeing him thrive in his new role.”

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