Jose Jimenez

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Jose Jimenez is a construction executive with ample experience in all stages of the project development process (preconstruction/planning, procurement, implementation, start-up and turnover). He is a graduate of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he earned a Master of Science in Civil Engineering–Construction Project Management Program, and a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico where he earned his bachelor degree in civil engineering.

His experience includes directing major capital programs involving new building construction, building additions and renovations of active cGMP, research and healthcare facilities. Jose brings an inspiring leadership, team building and collaborative approach to construction projects.

Prior to joining AES, as vice president and project executive at one of the nation’s “Top CM-at-Risk Firms” (per Engineering News Record ranks), Jose led a portfolio of life sciences and healthcare projects in the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area. His responsibilities included supervising the development of cost estimates, master schedules, cost and schedule risk analyses, constructability and value engineering reviews, site logistics planning, safety and quality programs, and subcontracting plans as well as providing executive oversight during the construction and commissioning phases of projects. He also led operations, staff, and services of the company’s Puerto Rico office.

During his career, Jose has had the opportunity to supervise the installation of the AES cleanroom system on various biologics and oral solid dosage production facilities. His believe on integrated and collaborative design/construction approach to projects, our Company’s reputation, and the team’s contribution to our clients’ pursuit of innovative health treatments attracted Jose to AES.

When not at work, he enjoys dinning out in the city (now Philly) with his wife, family and friends, playing golf, having history conversations with his oldest son (a history major), and watching his youngest playing collegiate baseball.