Portland, ME – PC Construction recently announced the promotion of Joseph Picoraro to the position of vice president. The 36-year PC Construction veteran most recently served as construction executive.
Picoraro joined PC Construction as an estimator upon graduating from The University of Vermont with a civil engineering degree. In the decades since, he has held a number of leadership positions throughout the company — starting in the water and wastewater division before focusing on buildings and facilities construction — providing him with an incredible depth and breadth of industry knowledge.
Picoraro was instrumental in establishing PC Construction’s Portland office 15 years ago and has since concentrated his efforts on overseeing construction operations, client relations, and business development in Maine and New Hampshire. He will continue to maintain those responsibilities while also becoming more involved in strategic planning and project procurement.
“Joe has worked tirelessly to ensure the success of our Portland office,” said President Kevin McCarthy. “His efforts have led to a solid, stable presence and a continued growth trajectory in the Seacoast region. Joe’s promotion to vice president is well-deserved recognition of his steadfast commitment to the company.”
Picoraro is a registered professional engineer, a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional, and is healthcare construction certified by the American Society of Healthcare Engineers. He is also an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and has been a dedicated leader of Boy Scout Troop 23 since 1991.