Stephen F. Rusteika Jr.
Steve has extensive public and private sector experience in project and construction management. He has successfully managed dozens of public sector projects in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ranging from $1 million to $442 million in value, and has had the benefit of previously working for a general contractor and public owner. He has significant applicable experience in the areas of owner’s project management and owner’s representative services, construction management, change order and claims management, analysis and resolution on design and construction contracts, cost and schedule control, value engineering, contract document development, bidding document and procedure review, and training field personnel and professional staff. Mr. Rusteika previously served as Senior Project Manager for the City of Boston on its $500 million Capital Improvement Program, where he was responsible for managing 50% of the program. Mr. Rusteika has served as project manager and project engineer for a major construction contractor involved in heavy site, industrial, transportation, and building projects.
As a Managing Director in PMA’s Northeast Region, Steve coordinates timely and effective delivery of owners’ project management and construction management services throughout the region. His experience in these practice areas translates to successful projects and long-lasting relationships with numerous owners. In particular, he has experience managing designers and coordinating their services to enhance the successful completion of projects. He recently completed the $442 million award-winning UMass Medical School Albert Sherman Center and is currently managing multiple projects for Harvard University Planning & Project Management.
Steve has a BS and MS in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University.
Steve is a current member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Arbitration Association, Boston Society of Civil Engineers (BSCE), Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Massachusetts, and the Boston Society of Architects (BSA).