Ted Alexander

Project Manager

Ted Alexander

Who, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with the most? And why?
Theodore Roosevelt. Not only a namesake, but I would like to share a cigar and a scotch and discuss trust-breaking and being a progressive within your own party. Speaking softly and carrying a big stick.

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
My favorite project to work on thus far was the 20 CityPoint interior fit-out. A great combination of teamwork, a difficult schedule, and intriguing project attributes such as a mechanical testing laboratory and interconnecting stair.

How did you get into construction?
I was interested in construction mainly from a materials perspective and spent my schooling focusing on the strength properties of dimensional lumber, a sustainable resource. After school, I started a job as QA/QC for a multi-unit wood senior living community. I became the AOPM and then after a year the OPM. As the project got closer to the end I was offered to stay on the owner’s side and help the community develop into other areas, but I wanted to gain experience on the GC side, which led me to Commodore.

Who or what inspires you?
I really enjoy completing a project that presented numerous challenges, especially an aggressive schedule. Turning the project over on-time is the greatest reward.

Other people in Operations

Andy Timofeev

Director of Business Development – Life Sciences

Andy Timofeev

Rob Duker

Project Manager, Corporate Interiors

Rob Duker