Our History

For over two decades, Westerman Construction has specialized in managing complex construction projects that require specialized knowledge and care. The firm is experienced in almost every project type, but its focus has been work in many of New York City’s most treasured designated landmarks – primarily museums, performing arts facilities and libraries.

Our strategy

This type of environment presents particularly intricate challenges and our staff has become adept at developing sophisticated solutions and providing meticulous stewardship.

Our Advantage

As a small firm, we are able to provide principal-level involvement to every project we take on, no matter the size of the job. We provide expert project management, estimating, consulting, and advisory services to the most exacting clients.

Meet the Team

Our Staff

Lloyd G. Westerman, Principal

Before founding Westerman Construction, Lloyd worked for two of the country’s largest construction management firms, NICO Construction and Bovis Lend Lease (LMB) gaining experience in museum renovations, base building, and corporate interiors. In his 30 years in the construction industry, Lloyd has gained an unparalleled breadth of experience with unique and challenging building projects. He has served as a consultant to public and private clients who value his thoughtful and thorough treatment of their work. Every job that Westerman Construction takes on benefits from Lloyd’s oversight and day to day involvement.

Dan Wrzesinski, RA, LEED AP, Sr. Project Executive

A registered architect and graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with degrees in Architecture and Building Sciences, Dan has been with Westerman Construction for 9 years. He has managed work for clients such as The Public Theater, City and Country School, the New York Public Library, and Saint Thomas Church. Dan began his career practicing architecture, working on projects for HNTB at Boston’s Logan International Airport and The Central Artery Tunnel. He moved on to spend several years designing residential projects in the tri-state area. Prior to joining Westerman, Dan spent eight years managing high end residential and commercial construction for a builder in New York City.

Brian Grover, Project Executive

Trained as a civil engineer, with a degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and an EIT, Brian has been with Westerman Construction for 11 years and has managed work for Dow Jones, The New York Public Theater, The New York Public Library, The New York Botanical Gardens, The Frick Collection and Art Reference Library, The Police Athletic League and many other cultural institutions. Brian worked in the Standby and Emergency power field for several years before coming to Westerman, handling large-scale equipment installations and surveying for construction projects.

Jennifer Bilello, Project Executive

Jennifer Bilello has been engaged in the construction industry for more than 25 years. She has held key roles which developed her construction management skills in new construction, interior fit-out and renovation projects of various sizes, including work for some of New York City’s most iconic cultural institutions. She has been involved with the planning, management and construction of many high profile projects including The Renzo Piano addition to the Pierpont Morgan Library, the Louis Kahn-designed Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, The Lycee Francais de New York school designed by Ennead Architects, and 34 East 51st Street, a 75,000 square foot, ground-up core and shell construction designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP. Jennifer coordinates among Clients, Public and Private Agencies, Designers, Consultants and Subcontractors while providing insight into risks, requirements and opportunities to yield successful outcomes.

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