Leadership

Johnathan Burrus, President

Before founding SLG, owned and operated a high-end millwork shop for three years, then served as a Senior Project Manager for a mid-sized residential builder for four years, focusing on turnkey construction projects with budgets in excess of $1M. Johnathan graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2000, and has recently been named to the YMCA Harlem Board of Directors.

Ethan Bloom, Principal

Served as a Senior Project Manager at a large construction management firm for seven years, specializing in commercial interior fit-outs for the financial industry. Projects included trading floors, executive office space, food-service areas, and infrastructure upgrades. Clients included Goldman Sachs and Empire Blue Cross. Founded and operated Procon Group, LLC, a construction consulting firm, for four years until co-founding SLG. Ethan graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997.

Henry J. Romer, Principal

Served as Vice President of Purchasing and Estimating at a large construction management firm for 16 years. Specialized in conceptual budgeting, scheduling, value engineering, construction methodology, bid analysis, managing subcontractor award and purchasing. Currently SLG’s chief-estimator.

Field Personnel

SLG prides itself on finding top talent to fill managerial positions, but also on putting together the most effective crews for a given project. Currently we have approximately 35 full-time laborers, carpenters and superintendents on staff. No list showing key personnel would be complete without recognizing them. They are ultimately responsible for our successes, past, present and future.

Subcontractors

No GC can be successful without the skill, dedication, and solidarity brought to every job by its subcontractors. We are inexorably intertwined and ultimately responsible for each other’s success. SLG is able to put together the most effective teams for its projects because we understand this is fundamental. Therefore, the best tradesmen in the business want to work with us – and we with them – to the benefit of the entire project team.