With a unique combination of experience in project management, construction management and landscape architecture, Pam manages many types of projects at Levien & Company for diverse corporate, institutional, healthcare, not-for-profit and public clients. She has 30 years of experience including 14 years with Levien & Company.
Pam’s experience includes five years at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), where she was a Director in the Capital Program department responsible for over $125 million of capital improvement projects. Formerly a licensed landscape architect, Pam also worked at several architecture, engineering and landscape architecture firms.
Pam provides project management and owner's representation services for new building construction and renovation projects for Religious, Senior Living and Higher Education clients. She also leads the firm’s specialty practice area for landscape architecture and urban design projects.
Pam has a B.S. degree in Landscape Architecture from the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University (formerly Cook College) and is an Alumni Advisory Board Member for the Landscape Architecture Department. She is the currently appointed Public Member on the NYS Board of Landscape Architecture and is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Pam has also completed course work in the Construction Management Program at New York University. As a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy of NJ, she coordinated one of the first conferences focused on waterfront development and public access to the water's edge.
- Seaview Senior Living
- Middle Collegiate Church
- Military Park - Newark
- Scenic Hudson’s Long Dock Park & River Center
- American Red Cross of Greater New York
- Columbia University – Faculty Housing & K-8 School
- Columbia University – Manhattanville Campus
- Common Cents - 2007 Penny Harvest
- Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale - Jacob Reingold Pavilion
- Randall's Island Sports Fields
- St. James' Church
- Union Square Park North End Redevelopment