Commodore Builders Names Marcia Carlson Senior Project Manager for its Institutional Group

Marcia Carlson

BOSTON– Commodore Builders announced that Marcia Carlson has been named as a senior project manager for its Institutional Group. Carlson brings 20 years of relevant experience to her new position.

“Working in construction is a whirlwind, but if I’ve learned anything in my 20 years in the industry, it’s that teamwork and vision are the keys to true success,” said Carlson. “I’m looking forward to collaborating with the great team at Commodore Builders to accomplish common goals, solve problems, and build upon the company’s success for years to come.”

Prior to joining Commodore Builders, Carlson worked as a senior project manager at Columbia for nine years. Before that, she was a project manager at A.J. Martini. Over the course of her career, she has built a wide range of projects from the renovation and addition of a studio on the Harvard campus, to the historic restoration of Pearson Hall at Phillips Academy and much more.

“We are so pleased to have Marcia join Commodore Builders and believe that with her experience and expertise, she will make an immediate impact,” said Joe Albanese, CEO, Commodore Builders. “I look forward to working closely with Marcia and to seeing how our Institutional Group evolves and expands as she settles into her role within the company.”

Carlson graduated from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst from which she holds a degree in civil engineering. She also holds a master’s degree in engineering management from Northeastern University.

Carlson currently resides in North Andover, MA with her husband Jason and their three children, Nathan, Brooke and Megan.