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JRM Expands Business Capabilities with Addition of Mulcahey as Vice President of Healthcare & Life Sciences

Peter Mulcahey
Peter Mulcahey
NEW YORK, NY — JRM Construction Management announces the recent addition of Peter Mulcahey, ASHE, LEED AP as Vice President of Healthcare & Life Sciences. Mulcahey brings over 22 years of experience specializing in all aspects of building and renovating facilities in the health care & life sciences sector.

In his role, Mulcahey will strengthen and continue to grow JRM’s health care & life science arm, where he will spearhead the success of key projects. He will also bring talent to the new health care division through strategic growth and leveraging his extensive relationships in the design and construction industries.

“I am thrilled to join the JRM team where I can bring my years of expertise in the health care construction space to drive the growth of their burgeoning health care arm and expand on the firm’s vast experience in building complex commercial interiors and large-scale Core & Shell construction with exciting new projects to come,” Mulcahey said.

Mulcahey has led projects ranging from infrastructure upgrades and department renovations to full replacement hospitals for health systems in the tri-state area. With over 1 million square feet of laboratory and research facility construction for universities and private clients, his expertise will enable JRM to take on larger and more complex life science projects.

“We are pleased to welcome Peter and look forward to his leadership of the new JRM health care team,” said Joseph P. Romano, President, JRM Construction Management. “The expanding health care team will focus on developing advanced solutions to the complex challenges faced in health care and life science construction today."