Robert D’Alessio – Construction Code and Safety Consultant2019-01-11T20:48:31-04:00

Robert D’Alessio – Construction Code and Safety Consultant

Robert “Bobby” D’Alessio, is a former New York City Department of Buildings Senior Executive Director of Construction Safety. Having held various positions with the NYC DOB for over 26 years including Construction Inspector, Supervisor, Assistant Chief, Chief, Inspection Manager, Director, and Senior Executive Director overseeing the Building Enforcement Safety Team (BEST Squad), he brings years of knowledge and experience to our Construction Department service portfolio.

Mr. D’Alessio’s focus is predominately in the areas of construction code and safety analysis for our clients’ major new building and renovation projects in the New York City and surrounding regions. Having been integral in the revisions that resulted in the 2014 NYC Building Code revision, he provides an invaluable resource for our clients’ major new building and renovation projects.

As Cahill Strategies’ Construction Code and Safety Consultant, Bob brings an unparalleled level of knowledge and practical experience to our growing construction solutions practice area. His talents, dedication, and enthusiasm for innovation in the areas of compliance and construction safety are a unique asset for our clients.

New York Construction Solutions

Cahill Strategies has experience representing large general contractors, construction management firms, owners, and developers. A key to our success is our vast network of decision makers that we have the ability to reach on your behalf. Additionally, our team is involved in the legislative and regulatory processes at the Federal, State, and Local levels which affect the construction industry in New York State, New York City, and the surrounding regions. We possess the knowledge of industry standards and trends, along with key relationships that will bring your projects to fruition.

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Robert D'Alessio
Robert D'AlessioConstruction Code and Safety Consultant

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