Lewis Spann -

Lewis Spann is MCCGUSA’s principal for engineering project and construction with some twenty five of project development and construction experience. A civil engineering graduate of Brown University, he also holds a master’s degree in civil engineering from Columbia University. He has worked for several large engineering and construction firms in New York City after his apprenticeship with the professional engineering firm of Leroy Callendar and Associates.

Recent large and complex projects where Mr. Spann has served as the Project Manager include Urban Health Plan’s 60,000 square feet Simpson Extension in 2013 and the Nuevo San Juan Project of 40,000 square feet finished in 2001; the Pepsi Bottling Company’s $25 million warehouse in Queens, and the 60,000 square foot East Orange Hospital Physician’s Office Building. He has also overseen the construction phase of the Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center’s, 40,000 square foot health center in Brooklyn, New York and recently over six other health centers in the Bronx for Urban Health Plan.

He has also worked on the Ellis Island Restoration project, the Columbia University Bakers Field Football Stadium and the 26 story office renovation of a major law firm in New York City. Mr. Spann is also well known for his HPD projects in Harlem and for his X-Ray and medical installations throughout the City and Tri-State area.

Mr. Spann is a member of the Project Management Institute and the Construction Managers Association of America. He sits on the board of the Council for Unity, and volunteers with the Boys Club in New Rochelle where he coaches basketball and baseball and is an avid golfer.