Domenico Flavoni, President
As the President of NYMEC, my main responsibilities include, day-to-day business management and new client development. I work closely with my clients and trusted employees to ensure the completion of each project in a timely manner. Before starting NYMEC, I built my career from the ground up and obtaining invaluable experience working at major development companies, including Jones Lang Wotton, which is now JLL (Jones Lang LaSalle), Insignia/ESG, which is now CBRE (CB Richard Ellis), and Cross and Brown and Industry City Associates. At my previous posts, I was in charge of all development, construction and management operations of commercial and industrial properties across the United States.
Jimie Deliteris, Vice President
As the Vice President of NYMEC, I am responsible for the day-to-day management and coordination of all ongoing projects. In addition, I oversee our field operations and ensure the satisfaction of all NYMEC’s clients. Prior to joining NYMEC, I enjoyed over 30 years of experience working with leading national and international companies in the industry. In addition to my experience, I have certifications in OSHA 30, Leed, Construction Safety and Health, Asbestos Training, Combined Space Training and Scaffolding Training.
Michael Christiano, Senior Project Manager
As Senior Project Manager, my main responsibilities include, bid preparation, bid analysis, contract purchasing, contract negotiation and contract preparation.
In addition to NYMEC, I have been a part of the industry for 35 years. Prior to NYMEC, I was a senior project manager with various construction firms, including Tishman Construction Corporation of NY, RC Dolner Inc., Dermot, Bravo Contracting Inc., and in Florida, I owned CGC. Previous assignments have afforded me with a well-rounded background in many facets of the construction industry, including on-site supervision and project management for various industry projects such as: theaters—movie and multi-use, high-rise and low-rise structures, renovations, interior fit-out projects, banking and retail facilities. Project experience includes: Bank of America–Retail banking facilities, Industry City Electrical Upgrades project, Battery Maritime Building Restoration project, Hicks and Warren, LLC, a 59-unit residential condominium, The Dance Theater Workshop, which included a theater, administrative offices and studio for a non-profit fine arts group, as well as 12 high-end residential condominiums in Manhattan’s fashionable Chelsea section, The Northmoore (retail and condominium complex), Hebrew Hospital Home of Westchester (assisted living facility), Triangle Plaza II (retail/theater facility), Penn Station Structural Remediation Project, Helaba/New York (German Investment Bank), Astor Terrace Condominium Complex, Broadway Crowne Plaza Hotel, Royal Concordia Hotel, 712 Fifth Avenue Office Tower, U.S. Postal Service Manhattan General Facility, Carnegie Hall restoration, MFS Internet Corporate Office in Jersey City, Branch facilities of Merrill Lynch & Co. at Toms River, Atlantic City and Plainsboro, the Print Pool Facility for Tritech Services Corporation of Piscataway and two turnkey, low-income housing projects for the Newark Housing Authority.
I received my B.S in Construction Engineering Technology from Fairleigh Dickerson in 1984. To supplement my Senior Project Manager duties, I am a Certified General Contractor, licensed by the State of Florida. The best part of my job is to one day have a vision and then have the ability to build something out of nothing.
David Casillas, Site Superintendent
My role as a Site Superintendent includes scheduling contractors and coordinating materials and equipment needed for the project. I’m also responsible for the safety at the entire jobsite. I have been with NYMEC since 2006.
Prior to joining NYMEC, I worked for a Pharmaceutical Maintenance Company for many years. I have certificates in OSHA 30 Hour, OSHA 10 Hour, Cable Splicing & Terminating, Electrical Safety for Industrial Facilities, and CPR, AED, and First Aid. What I like most about my job is the job itself and working for a great company.
Erika Ruppert, Assistant Project Manager
I have been an assistant project manager at NYMEC since 2011. I am responsible for subcontractor and insurance verification and compliance, purchasing, contract management, AIA billing verification, as well as permitting and permit management. I attended Nassau Community College earning an associates degree in Business. Along with my management skills, I’m currently working on my Microsoft Office certificate and am a licensed NYS Notary.
I began my professional career in 2005 gaining valuable industry experience from office management to project management. The best part of my job is the constant motivation of finding solutions to the new challenges that come up everyday.
Richard E. Mortimore III, Assistant Project Manager
In my role as an Assistant Project Manager, I handle project coordination & controls, project schedule adherence, contract administration, punch-list management, warranty review & procurement, as-built document procurement, bid RFP distribution & tracking, preparation of purchase orders, change orders, transmittals, and submittals and any other documentation required, and material ordering and tracking. I have been with NYMEC since 2015.
Prior to joining NYMEC, I was working in the Mechanical Engineering field. I have a Mechanical Engineering Degree from New York Institute of Technology. I also hold certificates in OSHA 10 Hour Outreach Training Program, Construction & NYC DOB 4 Hour Supported Scaffold User. I have extensive experience using computer-aided programs such as Auto CAD, Auto Desk Inventor, Cero Parametric 3.0, and Hyper mesh. I have used 3D Maker Bot printer to manufacture parts designed and used in world competition for robotics. What I like most about my job is that each day I learn something new and exciting, which allows me to apply my experience to any of the projects that I work on.
Ali Dona, Senior Site Superintendent
My role as a Site Superintendent involves scheduling all contractors, coordinating materials and equipment for the particular job, and overseeing all operations in the field.
I have over 20 years of experience in construction and have been with NYMEC since 2008. I hold an OSHA 10 Hour Electrical, Cable Splicing & Terminating Certificate, and an Electrical Safety for Industrial Facilities Certificate. What I like most about my job is the excitement of being on the job site and watching an entire project from start to finish.
Michael V. Thorne, Assistant Project Manager
As an Assistant Project Manager, this position involves the daily management of multiple general and electrical contracting projects in various phases of construction. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: bid preparation, subcontractor bid evaluation, submittals, purchase ordering, asset tracking, running weekly progress meetings, as-built drafting, change orders, RFIs, and coordination with field staff. I have been with NYMEC since 2012.
I received my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Lehigh University). I also hold certifications in OSHA 10 Hour Construction and OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER. Prior to joining NYMEC, I was in the Environmental Engineering field. What I like most about my job is that the environment is fast paced and always changing. No job is the same and many projects require innovative solutions to solve issues that arise due to field/design conditions.
Donna Pape, Accounting
I have been an accountant with NYMEC since 2013, I’m responsible for all financial data, including accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll. I received my B.A. in Political Science and History from Fairleigh Dickerson University. In addition to my accounting skills, I’m OSHA 30-hour safety certified. The most rewarding part of my job is having the ability to learn something new each day.