Justin is a Development Manager with Skanska Commercial Development US, where he executes investment, entitlement, and implementation responsibilities on mixed use ventures in the Washington, D.C. region, including the 99M project in the Capital Riverfront District. He holds Masters Degrees in both Real Estate (MDES) from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Urban Planning (MCRP) from the Georgia Institute of Technology. While at the GSD, Justin focused on real estate and infrastructure finance, executing a capstone project regarding the PPP’s and the cost of capital in urban redevelopment. He also contributed to the development of the Harvard initiated Zofnass Rating System for Infrastructure Sustainability, (now called Envision) which is currently being implemented globally.
Prior to joining Skanska, Justin engaged in a range of planning and development projects including: future land planning for Turner Field in Atlanta, New Balance’s Brighton Landing, the Washington 2024 Olympic Bid, and Howard University’s Interdisciplinary Research Building. Justin has been an adjunct professor at the George Washington University School of Business, where he taught a semester course in sport facility management and development.
Justin is an active member of the Urban Land Institute Washington DC Council, where he participates in the Urban Plan program, is a graduate of the Land Use Leadership Institute, and sits on the Regionalism Conucil.
Justin currently resides in Potomac Maryland with his wife Randi, and son Brook.