I am a licensed engineer, with more than 25 years of experience, who began my career on the design side of the construction industry. As my interests shifted to constructing buildings, I decided to pursue an opportunity in project management.
I have a broad range of experience throughout the construction cycle from all aspects as a result of my roles as design engineer, construction manager, and institutional owner.
My role on behalf of clients as a project manager is to be their advocate throughout the design and construction process. Working with educational, not-for-profit and cultural institutions I enjoy seeing our clients’ projects come to life. Our clients rely on my clear communication and transparency to deliver on our promises to keep their construction project on schedule and on budget.
I assist our clients in seeing the big picture and communicate the construction process to them in a way that they can understand. My blend of technical knowledge and high level of service results in a true partnership with clients and positions Colliers as a trusted member of the project team.
Prior to joining Colliers, Mr. Hahn worked at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for 14 years as the General Manager for Capital Construction where he was responsible for approximately $80 Million worth of construction a year. In addition to his work at the Museum, Eric has worked as a construction manager and as a design engineer. His unique background as an owner, builder and designer has been of great value when working on complex projects with challenging site logistics, schedules and budgets.
Bachelor of Engineering – Manhattan College