With fifteen years of project management experience, Agata has a demonstrated track record of overseeing the planning and implementation of projects that involve a high level of complexity and coordination. Focused on the not-for-profit sector, she has led the development of capital construction projects for cultural, educational, and religious institutions. Her portfolio includes the management of projects involving multiple funding sources, complex municipal approvals, and phasing of construction around ongoing operations. Notable clients include the Jackie Robinson Museum, Studio Museum in Harlem, Stephen Gaynor School, Spence School, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Through her organization and collaborative approach, Agata has effectively worked with owners, design, and construction teams across all phases of a project’s development – from initial planning and feasibility analyses to consultant team selection, design development, procurement, construction administration, closeout and operations. A LEED Accredited Professional, she holds a particular interest in projects that integrate sustainable design and construction goals.
New York University
Certificate in Construction Project Management
Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Master of Arts, Linguistics
LEED® Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction
Urban Green Council