BOSTON–EMJ announced that Ed Dann has joined the company as Vice President of Northeast Business Development and Ketan Joshi as Vice President of Preconstruction in the Boston office.
Dann, a native of New England, is based in EMJ’s Boston office and will develop opportunities to drive growth and identify new markets for diversification in the northeastern United States. He will lead the business development team in building new relationships with regional clients and spreading awareness of EMJ’s brand and unique construction approach.
Dann has more than 30 years of sales and sales management for large private commercial construction firms, most recently serving as Vice President of Business Development for Dellbrook | JKS.
“Ed’s expertise in sales strategy paired with his years of experience positioning large construction firms make him an asset to our Boston office, as well as the entire corporation,” said Neil Pratt, Executive Vice President of EMJ Boston.
Joshi will provide leadership to the Boston office in all areas of preconstruction and manage his team through the budgeting, bidding and buyout of projects.
Joshi comes to EMJ with more than 24 years of construction, architectural and real estate experience. Joshi’s extensive experience in all aspects of estimating, building design and preconstruction makes him well-suited to serve as EMJ’s VPP in Boston.
“Ketan has years of valuable experience that make him an expert in the field,” said Steve Rice, Senior Vice President of EMJ Construction – Boston. “We’re excited to see the leadership and expertise he brings to the preconstruction team and look forward to how his presence is going to impact the Boston office.”
Before beginning a long career in estimating, Joshi earned his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Master’s degree in construction management at Virginia Tech.
EMJ Corporation’s Boston office opened in 1987. With three decades of experience, the office focuses on serving New England in retail, mixed-use, commercial, higher education and senior living sectors.