BOSTON- CRB announced that Carlos Pascoal has joined the organization as the Director of Construction for CRB’s Boston office. In this role, Carlos will lead New England construction operations and work closely with clients to ensure the successful delivery of capital projects.
Joshua Miksch Core Team Leader of the CRB Boston office operations said, “I am very excited to have Carlos join our team,” “Many of us at CRB have known Carlos for a long time, he is a rare breed who brings over 20 years of design and construction expertise to the table with a strong resume leading large, complex EPCM projects and building high performing teams. He is a tremendous leader to grow our construction operations and further drive our integrated ONEsolution™ capabilities.”
Carlos is an industry veteran who brings more than 20 years of experience building high-performing teams and successfully leading complex design/build capital projects in the life science and advanced technologies market sectors.
“I am honored to join CRB’s high-caliber team of industry experts who share a joint mission, vision, and culture to deliver world class service to the New England life science arena,” Carlos said. “I look forward to leveraging my experience as a design/build project team leader with CRB’s ONEsolution project delivery methodology to dovetail the design and construction aspects of capital projects with our trade partners and clients. There is a bright future ahead within the industry and within CRB. I’m proud to be part of it.”
Prior to joining CRB, the bulk of Carlos’ career involved delivering “fast track” projects that required pre-construction services to meet project milestones. His project portfolio includes chemical/ industrial manufacturing facilities with a focus on high hazard environments, clean rooms, labs, facility renovations, and clean manufacturing. Carlos is uniquely adept at guiding clients through a project’s life cycle including scope definition, feasibility studies, concept designs, detailed design, construction, and turn-over.
Carlos earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.