Acella Const. promotes Klebes to project executive

May 11, 2018 - Front Section
Ryan Klebes, Acella Construction

Pembroke, MA Acella Construction Corp., celebrating its 15th year in operation, promoted Ryan Klebes, LEED AP to the position of preconstruction director and project executive.

Klebes, most recently senior project manager with Acella, leads the firm’s relationships and construction for education and community projects, including cultural organizations, historic restorations, and new construction and interior renovations on independent school campuses.  With more than 20 years of preconstruction expertise, Klebes can identify project cost drivers, provide solutions, and mitigate construction’s impact on daily operations. He has managed several clients including Hingham Historical Society, Sacred Heart High School, Cardinal Spellman High School, and is managing a $5 million new Student Center project for the Jackson-Walnut Park Schools in Newton.

Klebes is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology with a degree in Construction Management. 

From ground-up construction and new additions to complex interior renovations and tenant build-outs, Acella’s mission is to build better buildings, relationships and communities one project at a time.

The firm is widely recognized for its commitment to fulfilling each client’s unique needs and vision, as well as continued engagement and support through sponsorships, giving back to causes and community, and advocacy and leadership in education, healthcare, workspace design, and cultural and historic projects that build better community.

“Ryan’s promotion to preconstruction director and project executive is well deserved,” said Dave Dirubbo, president of Acella Construction Corporation. “Ryan has earned the trust and respect of Acella’s clients and project partners, providing exceptional talent and insight through the preconstruction process. His ability to collaborate with owners and architects consistently delivers cost and schedule savings and adds measurable value for the project team.”


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