STEVEN G. MITCHELL
Mr. Mitchell joined The Chiofaro Company in 1985 as the Director of Tenant Construction for the Company’s 1.8 million square foot International Place project. Mr. Mitchell has been in the real estate business for over twenty-five years. He is currently managing the design and permitting of the Harbor Garage redevelopment project.
During his years at The Chiofaro Company, in addition to managing 3-4 million square feet of tenant improvements at International Place, he has also overseen several major construction projects, including many build-to-suit corporate headquarter buildings in the Company’s suburban office parks in Westborough and Westford, MA. Most recently, he managed the development and construction of a project for New England Biolabs in Ipswich, MA, involving a new 160,000-square-foot, molecular biology laboratory/headquarters building containing 250 underground parking spaces, an on-site state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility and the renovation of a 30,000-square-foot historic mansion. The project was one of the first laboratory buildings in the country to achieve LEED certification.
In the late 80’s and early 90’s, he directed the relocation of the State of Massachusetts Central Artery High Street ramp, which made way for the construction of the second phase of International Place. His work on the Central Artery High Street ramp earned his project team a design award from the American Consulting Engineers Council.
Mr. Mitchell has also provided consulting services on many projects including leasing, design and construction for State Street Bank, Proteon, Inc., and most recently Varian Semiconductor in Gloucester, MA.
Prior to joining The Chiofaro Company, Mr. Mitchell worked with the Turner Construction Company for eight years in both Philadelphia and Boston, where he had project management responsibilities for many downtown and suburban buildings.
Mr. Mitchell resides in Ipswich, Massachusetts, with his wife and has two adult children. He is very active in local civic affairs, most recently serving on the Ipswich Building Committee, which managed the construction of a new $32 million high/middle school. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.