With more than 30 years of experience, Ralph has worked with corporations of all sizes to solve their project management needs. He manages the entire process from initial planning to move in. His long tenure in this field enables him to quickly understand project challenges and how to overcome them. He is an agile team player and has been successful at exceeding his clients’ expectations by delivering projects on time and on or under budget.
Ralph has worked on all aspects of multifaceted projects, from design and management to implementation, and as a result, has the ability to approach assignments from a macro perspective. He utilizes his strengths—strategic planning, analysis, research and problem solving— to meet clients’ immediate and long-term objectives.
With Savills Studley, Ralph complements our brokerage teams with project management expertise to provide the firm’s clients with a full-service tenant representation package—from finding the space and negotiating the lease to designing and building out the space and move in.
Some of his projects of note include two projects for Eisai Corporation of America—its 200,000-square-foot U.S. headquarters and a 160,000-square-foot research facility both in New Jersey, the 75,000-square-foot headquarters for TV Guide and the 120,000-square-foot U.S. headquarters for investment firm Evercore Partners.
Ralph has also worked on numerous data centers for MasterCard, Eisai, Marsh Inc. and Blue Sky Studios.
Prior to joining Savills Studley, Ralph was a senior project manager at Horizon Projects Advisors, a consulting firm specializing in strategic planning and delivery of large-scale projects and was responsible for pre-construction, construction, and developmental activities. He has also held project management positions with HOK Architects- Director of Operations of the Interiors Group and principal, Group III Inc., Gensler and Associates and LCP Associates.
Ralph has been quoted in leading industry publications including Building Design & Construction, Contract Magazine and Hudson Valley Magazine.
Ralph earned an associate degree in applied sciences in architectural technology from New York City Community College and then graduated from City College of New York with a Bachelor of Science in architecture. He also received a professional degree from the Germain School of Photography.
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