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Under the direction of the Vice President- Real Estate Development and Sustainable Capital Planning, the Director of sustainable Capital Planning is responsible for planning and management of select design, renovation, and construction initiatives and projects on all New York campuses. The incumbent will be responsible for all phases and aspects of these projects, including the inception, planning, due diligence, design, and construction. The incumbent will be responsible for successful completion of these projects, to high quality standards, on schedule, within budget, in compliance with all laws, rules, regulations, and stipulations. In addition, the incumbent is responsible for obtaining all necessary permits, signoffs, and certificates, as well as closing-out the project.
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