SNA Displays has hired Anne St. Mauro as director of its project management services. Based out of SNA Displays’ flagship office in Times Square, St. Mauro will oversee all of the company’s U.S.-based projects.
“I’m really looking forward to delivering SNA’s top-tier products to our clients,” said St. Mauro. “It’s exciting to be part of a company experiencing so much growth and advancement within the LED industry.”
St. Mauro, who received a civil engineering degree from Rutgers University, is a licensed Professional Engineer and LEED Accredited Professional. She also earned a graduate degree from Rutgers.
For much of St. Mauro’s career, she has managed capital construction programs for Rutgers, Columbia University, and Princeton University. She was responsible for establishing project management offices to execute the large-scale programs, leading teams that delivered more than five million square feet of new and renovated space with cumulative costs exceeding $400 billion. In St. Mauro’s previous position at Princeton, she was Assistant Vice President for the Office of Design and Construction, overseeing a staff of about 50 project management and support professionals.
“With her experience in such complex and wide-ranging projects, Anne is going to be a great asset for us,” said Jason Helton, executive vice president for SNA Displays. “We have some of the best project managers in our industry, and we know that with Anne’s leadership our PM teams will be better equipped to consistently deliver high-quality products on time and under budget.” Helton also said that St. Mauro’s hiring is perfectly timed with SNA Displays’ increased scope-of-work responsibilities, adding that the company offers many construction-related services for some of its more multifaceted projects.
St. Mauro, who has been in the construction industry for 35 years, said one of her biggest initiatives at SNA Displays will be enhancing the company’s project management services by continuing to improve the department’s tools, processes, and overall structure.
“SNA has some of the industry’s biggest, most exciting LED display installations,” she said. “With all of the variables and complexities of some of these massive projects, it’s obvious that the teams here really excel at what they do. I’m looking forward to improving our PM systems so that we can build upon all of the success and continue to showcase our capabilities to deliver complex projects to happy customers.”
As director of SNA Displays’ project management professionals, St. Mauro will be an integral part of the company’s SNAPros® program, a team of engineers, systems experts, service technicians and support staff dedicated to total project satisfaction.