Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and development firms, today announced the promotion of Joseph Mannino to Vice President of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) for the company’s civil operations in the northeast.
Mannino, who oversees EHS for projects in the region, has spent his entire 28-year career with Skanska, most recently serving as the Director of Safety for the company’s civil operations in the northeast. In that role, he was responsible for overseeing the safety of all Skanska projects in New York and Boston. Mannino also leads Skanska’s Corporate Safety Committee, which proactively identifies opportunities to improve Skanska’s environmental and safety practices.
“Joe has consistently demonstrated an ability to promote a strong and innovative culture of workplace safety,” said Michael Viggiano, Executive Vice President, Skanska USA. “He is a passionate leader whose tireless work ethic, mastery of operations, and unique ability to connect with and support members of his team help strengthen Skanska’s safety programs across the northeast.”
Mannino joined Skanska in 1990 as a craftsman and then served as a foreman at the Ravenswood Power Plant, the 1/9 Vent Facility, the East River Repowering Project, Newtown Creek and Paerdegat Basin. He moved on to work as a Safety Manager, Area Director, and Assistant Director before becoming the Director of Safety in 2014.