Konstantinos (Gus) Maimis

  • Senior Vice President and North East Territory Manager, STV’s Construction Management Division

Konstantinos (Gus) Maimis

Polytechnic Alumni Association - Secretary (Term ending August 31, 2022)

Mr. Maimis brings close to 30 years of construction experience to his position as Senior Vice President and North East Territory Manager of STV’s Construction Management Division is responsible for the oversight of numerous successfully executed and completed projects for higher education, healthcare, transportation centers, multi-tenant housing, and commercial clients. As Project Executive on the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, his responsibilities involved the oversight and management of all construction activities including scheduling and project finance for this most prestigious project other responsibilities involved the preconstruction and procurement phases.

Prior to coming to STV Construction, Mr. Maimis as founder and president of his construction management and general contracting firm, MKG Construction & Consulting, Inc. through the firms client first mentality was responsible for its growth and expansion over a 10 plus year span. Mr. Maimis is on the Board of Directors of the Huntington Townwide Fund, the Board of Governors for the New York Building Foundation as well as serving as Director on the National Board of The Construction Management Association of America.  He is a Visiting Professor at Pratt’s School of Architecture, Adjunct Faculty at New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate and a guest lecturer at Columbia University’s school of engineering. He is on the industry advisory boards of NYU Tandon and NYU Schack Real Estate Institute. He is a contributing member of The New York Building Congress higher educational and public building committees, US Green Building Council as well as The Urban Green Council. Mr. Maimis holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York (now NYU Tandon) and a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University.

Polytechnic University '84

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 

Cornell University

Master of Business Administration