Northstar Announces Major Promotions

Cambridge, MA – Northstar announced the promotions of Jason Atwood, Ipsitha Bayapu, Patrick Burns, Cameron Feeley, Natasha Marcuard, and Gary Pelletier.

Atwood has been promoted to vice president. He has been with the team for 10 years with expertise in complex phased renovations in the multifamily sector, historical restoration, management of projects in occupied settings, and tenant improvement projects. His portfolio includes the management of projects up to $380 million.

Bayapu has been promoted to project manager. She has over four years of experience in project management and her experience includes working with project teams through different phases of a project life cycle, including planning, design, construction administration, closeout, and relocation.

Burns has been promoted to senior vice president. He has over 30 years of experience with facility-related operations, maintenance, and project management. He is knowledgeable in all facets of project management, including civil engineering, real estate economics, budgeting, and cost analyses.

Feeley has been promoted to assistant project manager. She brings a year and a half of experience in structural design and supporting clients in the residential, transportation, and commercial real estate sectors. Her work includes a project for Harvard University Housing and supporting parking improvements at Logan Airport.

Marcuard has been promoted to vice president. She has 15 years of experience as an architect and owner’s project manager. Her areas of expertise include renovations of R&D laboratories within active lab environments, sustainability, phased construction administration, and projects scaling up to $82 million.

Pelletier has been promoted to assistant vice president. He has over 30 years of experience in corporate design and construction project management with expertise in managing feasibility studies, design development, implementation, and oversight of RFP and contracting processes. He has completed projects up to $800 million.