Marc has more than 30 years of design and construction experience in both the public and private sectors. Before joining Levien, Marc spent seventeen years as the Vice President of Design & Construction at the Hudson River Park Trust, overseeing planning and physical development of the four-mile Hudson River Park.
Marc has extensive experience managing complex design, construction, and project management teams. He was responsible for over $543 million of capital projects involving new pier and floating structures, historic bulkhead restoration, and waterfront park development including several park buildings & structures. Marc specializes in coordinating activities and interaction with public agencies and private institutions involved in planning and development, including community groups, elected officials, donors, and cultural organizations. Following Hurricane Sandy, Marc oversaw over $28 million in restoration and resiliency projects. He was the construction manager for the Robert F. Wagner Park in Battery Park City and served as the Director of Maintenance for the Battery Park City Parks Corporation.
Marc received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree cum laude from the New York State College of Environmental Science & Forestry at Syracuse University. He is currently a Masters of Public Administration candidate in Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management at Columbia University and is a licensed New York State landscape architect.