Alex Wong

Project Manager

Alex Wong

What’s your secret talent that no one knows about?
I’m really not all that proud of this, but I know quite a few sleights of hand card tricks. I tend to be a bit of a fidgety person, and always messing around with something. Eventually, that turned into messing around with a deck of cards. I can make cards change from one to another instantly!

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
20 CityPoint for Boston Properties. It was a great team both internally and externally that I enjoyed working with every day. The project scope was vast and intricate, which allowed for deep critical thinking and meaningful discussions with the teams for every facet of the job. The final outcome was amazing and really put all our team’s hard work into perspective, giving us feelings of accomplishment.

How did you get into construction?
I got my undergrad degree in Architecture. During my senior year, we had a few classes showing us what the daily operations of an architect would be like. When I started to realize that schematic design was only a small portion of what an architect does, I started to panic as this did not seem like what I was passionate about. I was lucky enough to have a contact in the construction field whose company was looking for a young, technology-driven kid to help bring their operations to the 20th century. This gave me my “in” with construction. Since then, every day I’ve gotten to learn something new about my job, which keeps me passionate, invigorated, and determined in my field of work.

What is one thing on your bucket list and will you accomplish it?
I want to get a hole-in-one. I sure hope I’ll accomplish it! But I want it to come naturally during a round of golf. I don’t want to go take a hundred shots at a single hole until one goes in. I really want to earn it.

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