About Jay V. Zafra
Over 22 years of related design planning and construction experience with increasing responsibility. More than 16 years experience as Project Manager and three years as Design and Engineering Manager.
Rendered professional services as a consultant in a broad variety of fields like Olympic Games infrastructure and operations, land development, architecture, facility management, asset management, new construction, capital improvements, investment strategy, appraisals, procurement, project entitlements and permitting.
Work with a wide range of clientele, from individual clients and small businesses to international corporations and governmental agencies both in the U.S. and Europe.
Featured articles and news
IHBC article considers how heritage is dealt with when infrastructure schemes are authorised.
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Peter Hansford to examine what wider lessons can be learned from the fire.
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