Eddy G. Viteri Joins Montroy Andersen DeMarco as Director of Construction Administration
- Aug 04, 2014
New York– Eddy G. Viteri has joined the New York City architecture, design, and planning firm of Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI) as director of construction administration. The value of MADGI’s ongoing multifamily residential projects, including luxury, market-rate and affordable housing exceeds $375 million.
Viteri’s responsibilities include managing construction administration and selected design activities of all MADGI design and project management teams; overseeing the development of construction drawings; coordinating with clients, consultants, engineers, and contractors; quality control and constructability reviews; managing permitting procedures and interactions with the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) and other public agencies; and supervising and training MADGI’s project management personnel. He will also lead construction administration activities for the firm’s largest projects.
Viteri will support MADGI’s multi-family residential studio. Viteri’s projects include the new 11-story 560 West 24th Street luxury condominium; the expansion and renovation of the landmark Chatsworth and Annex apartment buildings at 340 West 72nd Street; and the 107,321-sq.-ft., 16-story 10 Sullivan Street luxury condominium in Manhattan.
Prior to joining MADGI, Viteri worked at Goldstein Hill & West Architects, Environetics, TPG Architecture, Wasa & Associates, and Mancini Duffy. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the City College of New York.
His career spans 18 years of designing and managing residential, hospitality, and corporate projects valued at approximately $8 billion and totaling more than 7 million square feet. Viteri’s most prominent projects include the 61-story, 477-apartment 42-12 28th Street residential tower in Long Island City, N.Y; the $100-million headquarters of ING Barings in Manhattan; the $3.5-billion Baha Mar resort and casino in the Bahamas; the $235-million 77 Hudson Street mixed-use development in Jersey City, N.J.; and the $253-million, 841,000-sq.-ft 303 East Third Street residential complex in Cambridge, Ma.