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Ali Catik has been a well-respected leader in the construction industry in the New York metropolitan area for over 35 years. The many major projects throughout metro-New York in which he played a key role include East Side Access, Newtown Creek Water Pollution Control Plant, the Croton Water Filtration Plant, as well as numerous power plants. Mr. Catik has worked on projects for and with most of the major public agencies in metro-New York, including the MTA. Mr. Catik has an extensive history of developing and leading strong teams that deliver projects on, or ahead of, schedule for the best interest of all stakeholders.
Prior to Dynamic Star, Mr. Catik was President of Tutor Perini- Civil Group East from 2013-2018, where he was responsible for division performance and corporate oversight, including the strategies and business development growth of both the Civil Group East and Cherry Hill Construction companies of the Tutor Perini Corporation. Additionally, Mr. Catik served as Executive Vice President of Schiavone Construction Company from 2010-2013.
Prior to Schiavone, Mr. Catik worked at Skanska USA Civil North East/Slattery Associates and Skanska USA Civil West for 32 years, working his way up from field engineer to Vice President of Operations to Executive Vice President. Throughout his 32 years with Skanska, Mr. Catik was instrumental in the construction of numerous major civil projects, including sewage treatment facilities, power generation, transit, highway and bridge projects.
Of particular note, Mr. Catik was Project Executive of East Side Access CM 009 and CM019 (ESA) with the MTA, an approximately $1.23 billion project, which included over 1,000 employees and subcontractors. The ESA is one of the largest tunnel projects in the world. Mr. Catik was directly responsible for all elements of craft supervision, subcontractor coordination, site engineering, scheduling, cost and document control, system startups and client liaison.