Konstantinos (Gus) Maimis
Senior Vice President and North East Territory Manager, STV’s Construction Management Division
Polytechnic Alumni Association - Vice President
(Term ending August 31, 2024)
Mr. Maimis brings close to 35 years of construction experience to his position as Senior Vice President for STV Construction, Inc., a project management and construction advisory firm. He has been responsible for the oversight of numerous successfully executed and completed projects for cultural, higher education, healthcare, transportation centers, multi-tenant housing, and commercial clients. Some of his past and current projects include the Jacob Javits Convention Expansion Project; Stevens Institute of Technology Academic Center and Dormitory; National September 11 Memorial and Museum; and Grand Central Terminal Restoration amongst others. His responsibilities typically involve the oversight and management of projects on behalf of his clients and of all construction activities from the early design phases thru completion and turn-over.
Mr. Maimis, as Senior Vice President for STV Construction, Inc. is responsible for the profitability, growth and overall operations on a variety of projects, ranging from commercial to institutional on notable projects and clients such as: Port Authority of NYNJ; Columbia University; New York University Langone Medical Center; United Airlines; and New York City Housing Authority.
Mr. Maimis is currently serving on the Board of Directors as Vice President of the PAA as well as Director and Treasurer of the Greater New York Constructions Users Council; President of the Debra C. Parmentola Foundation as well as serving in numerous committees for philanthropic and professional organizations.
He is a visiting professor at the School of Architecture at Pratt Institute and a guest lecturer at Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. He is on the Civil Engineering Industry Advisory Board of Polytechnic Institute of NYU (now the NYU Tandon School of Engineering) and an active participant in mentoring NYU Tandon engineering students. 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 the Polytechnic Institute of New York (now the NYU Tandon School of Engineering) and a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University.