Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management is led by President Greg Burns, a seasoned industry professional bringing over 20 years of experience to his role. Working closely with Joe Kirchhoff, Greg is building on the core values that have defined Kirchhoff-Consigli—with our clients, within our organization and in the community—to provide a continuity of vision and leadership.
Greg is backed by a leadership team of long-time Kirchhoff-Consigli senior leaders joined by more recent executives who have expanded our expertise and bring fresh outside perspectives to our organization. We believe our leadership team strikes the ideal mix of veteran employees who bring depth and consistency as we grow into the next generation of Kirchhoff-Consigli, strengthened and energized by the ideas and initiatives championed by newer executives.
Kirchhoff-Consigli’s senior leaders bring a lot of color to the business. Roll your mouse over the photo below to bring the senior leaders to life. Click on the highlighted person to learn more and to get contact information.
Ron’s career as a Project Executive has spanned a wide range of project types and market sectors. A long-time Kirchhoff-Consigli executive, Ron’s client list includes Vassar College, HealthQuest, Millbrook School, Mount Kisco Medical Group and Mount Saint Mary College.
Ron graduated from Utica College of Syracuse University with a B.S. degree in Construction Management and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
Mike brings 15 years of experience to his role as Project Executive, with a career focused primarily on academic and institutional clients with his resume including significant new construction projects and complex renovations. His client list includes the State of New York Office of General Services, the National Archives and Records Administration, SUNY New Paltz, Clark University and the City of Cambridge, MA.
Mike received his B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
Director of Project Development
As Director of Project Development, Ed leads Kirchhoff-Consigli’s new business development initiatives in New York State, Connecticut, and New Jersey. With more than 30 years of commercial construction and development experience, he has helped to broaden the geographic coverage of the company from the Mid-Hudson Valley to the Capital District and Westchester County.
Ed is a graduate of Harvard College and is a Board Member of the Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation and the Harvard Club of the Hudson Valley.
As President of Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management, Greg Burns runs the day-to-day operations of the company, maintains key client relationships, leads the executive team and directs all corporate strategic initiatives. Greg is a charismatic leader and a seasoned construction professional bringing over 20 years of experience to his role. He is a hands-on executive with expertise in diverse market sectors and experience with some of the most prominent academic, healthcare, institutional and corporate clients in the Northeast.
Greg is active in the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of New York and a member of the Anderson Center for Autism Foundation Board. He is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering and is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional.
As Project Executive, Mark is responsible for the company’s relationships with its clients and for the successful delivery of all the projects within his work program. He leads project management and client teams through all phases of the construction process, from design, preconstruction and permitting, through procurement and project build-out, to commissioning and turnover. Mark brings over 15 years of construction and real estate experience to Kirchhoff-Consigli, much of it in the student housing, healthcare, and institutional markets, and using design-build project delivery methods.
Mark holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware.
Joe founded Kirchhoff Construction Management in 1991, with a mission to work with owners and architects in a true team approach to serve our clients with the highest level of craftsmanship and customer service.
An active member of the community, Joe serves on the President’s Steering Committee at SUNY New Paltz, the Board of the Anderson Center for Autism, President’s Cabinet of Mount Saint Mary College and Ramapo for Children. He received the Poughkeepsie Journal’s Business Person of the Year Award in 2009, Dutchess Community College’s Man of the Year and the Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation’s Business Excellence Grand Award in 2007.
Gordon started his construction career with Kirchhoff Construction Management in 1996 and has been active in nearly every aspect of the business since. A veteran of the operations side of the business, Gordon oversees the daily delegation of manpower and equipment to our projects and manages our Human Resources Department including the training and development of our employees. Gordon’s daily efforts ensure that the best people are in the right places with the most efficient equipment available.
Gordon graduated from Green Mountain College with a B.S. in Behavioral Science and is a member of the Rhinebeck Lions Club.
As General Superintendent, Tim provides field guidance and corporate support to all KCCM projects. He is a valuable resource for KCCM teams, whether it is brainstorming ideas during preconstruction, spotting potential field problems, reviewing project schedules or other areas where support is needed to assure all projects are completed on time and within budget. With twenty years of experience in the industry, Tim uses his knowledge to bring additional oversight and supplement field resources as required. Tim continually advances our field management procedures including quality, communications, scheduling, productivity, and safety, with the goal to provide best-in-class services to our clients.
Since joining the organization in 1997, Scott has played a key role in the growth of Kirchhoff-Consigli through his management of some of the company’s most complex and high profile projects. He is skilled in pre-construction planning, schedule development and management, financial controls, sequencing, phasing, project supervision, client reporting and site safety.
Scott is a member of the Dutchess County Agricultural Society and a Land Steward for Scenic Hudson’s Burger Hill Park, a former member of the village of Rhinebeck Planning Board and elected as Village of Rhinebeck Trustee/ Deputy Mayor.