BOSTON – Skanska, a leading global construction and development firm, has promoted Dan Lanneville, AVS, LEED AP, to Senior Vice President, Account Manager of its building operations in Boston.
In his new role, Lanneville will apply his more than 22 years of construction management experience to oversee approximately $450 million of building projects across sectors, from K-12 and higher education to healthcare and pharmaceutical. He will also spearhead Skanska’s Special Projects Group (SPG), a specialized team that focuses on commercial fit-outs and business development, and continue to apply his passion for mentoring staff by leading employee trainings and course implementation.
“I have had the pleasure of working alongside Dan at Skanska for the past 12 years, and value his commitment to excellence and approach to solving problems that ensures projects are completed on time and to our high-quality standards,” said Bryan Northrop, Executive Vice President/General Manager of Skanska’s building operations in Boston. “His thoughtful management of staff and commitment to their growth, coupled with his ability to establish lasting relationships with clients is significant to us and our success.”
Prior to this role, Lanneville served as Skanska’s Director of SPG in Boston, working with notable institutions across the Commonwealth, including Harvard University, Boston University, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Takeda Pharmaceuticals and more to create spaces that suit their evolving needs.
Lanneville was integral to the multi-phase demolition and reconstruction of the new 87,328-square-foot Wellington Elementary School in Belmont, MA, and now the town’s 451,000-square foot Belmont High School; more than 25 SPG projects at Northeastern University; and the historic restoration of Union Station in Springfield, MA, a significant redevelopment in collaboration with the Springfield Redevelopment Authority.
Lanneville has a bachelor’s degree in construction management from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, and a master’s in construction management from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is a Member of the Wentworth University Advisors and the Wentworth Construction Management Industry Advisory Board. Lanneville has his Massachusetts Construction Supervisor’s License; completed 30-Hour OSHA Safety Training; and is a SAVE International Associate Value Specialist (AVS).
Skanska has developed, built and restored New England’s landmarks for more than 70 years, from its developments in the Seaport and Gillette Stadium, to the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research and the Longfellow Bridge. Skanska continues to leverage its local knowledge and global expertise to shape the region's commercial real estate and healthcare and life science facilities, as well as enhancing and expanding essential transportation and energy infrastructure.