| Assistant Project Manager
“The culture established at Columbia separates us from other companies. It is a very positive and hardworking group, which in turn creates successful projects. I’m definitely glad to be a part of this company.”
Jason joined Columbia’s Interiors Division in 2015 as an Assistant Superintendent, where he completed several projects in the field. He is now using that field experience in an office position, supporting projects as an Assistant Project Manager. Jason’s co-workers appreciate his fun loving attitude and dedication to projects, he utilized both of these assets while working on and eventually running the Air Handling Unit and Corridor Infrastructure project at MIT. He finds site visits where he can see the project coming together to be the most rewarding aspect of his job.
In his free time, Jason enjoys being outdoors and active. In summer months, he spends time on the lake, beach and boat; in the colder weather he plays hockey and goes skiing. Traveling is at the top of his bucket list, he is specifically interested in exploring Europe and Australia. He may encounter one problem traveling outside of New England though - the lack of Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee, which he says is essential to his survival.