Spotlight Feature: Manos Koundourakis, Project Manager & Civil Engineer


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Manos Koundourakis is a Project Manager and Civil Engineer extraordinaire. Manos is from Greece and has twelve years of solid site experience on a variety of engineering projects, in both private and public sectors. His projects include but are not limited to:

  • Hotels
  • Ports
  • Commercial and home renovation and restoration
  • Project management
  • Design and construction from conception to implementation of architectural details

With his proven track record of delivering projects “on time and within budget,” Manos has successfully restored and refurbished private and public projects all over Greece.

While in Greece, he was appointed Site Manager for both J&P-Avax S.A and Ellaktor S.A. (two major construction companies in Greece) where he monitored and ensured the development of various projects (through their use of specifications); coordinated and supervised engineers, contractors, and workers; and used cost evaluation techniques and calculations to ensure that the projects’ costs were kept at a minimum without losing quality or efficiency.

His most cherished project was the “Athens Hilton” refurbishment project, which was used for the Athens Olympics in 2004.

Today, he is in Boston, Ma. where he is earning his Masters in Project Management at Northeastern University. He is fluent in English, French, and Greek. After he earns his Masters, he plans to seek a position in Project Management where he can continue his love for architecture and expand on his track record of delivering high quality engineering projects in both private and public sectors.

To recruit Manos for your next engineering project, you can contact him on Linkedin at www.linkedin.com/in/manoskoundourakis

You can also follow Manos on Twitter (@koundourakis) and on About.me (about.me/manoskoundourakis)

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