Ken Percy, as Owner and CEO of Alnwick Project Delivery, Inc. (Alnwick), represents business Owners on a wide range of projects both in New York City and elsewhere. The variety of these projects span complex museums through infrastructure and commercial construction; to building recovery from catastrophic events, such as fire or flood; and on to straightforward ground-up design, build and close-out.
With a career of professional construction experiences, the last 30-years have been in senior management positions on World Class projects where he has consistently delivered. Whether it is MoMA, the World Trade Center Memorial Museum or Brooklyn’s General Post Office rehabilitation through launching Puerto Rico’s “Tren Urbano” rail transit system to London’s Canary Wharf development or the new Jewel House at the Tower of London, the projects managed have required an understanding of the “whole project” requirement and the managerial, professional, technical and soft skills needed to achieve complete delivery and success.
He has developed Alnwick into a full-service Owner’s Representative company providing end-to-end services from development, through concept and design development to construction and project close-out.
Alnwick has close ties with related professional businesses that collaborate during the development, design, scheduling, estimating and expediting phases of projects on an "as needed" basis.
Responsibilities have included project definition and strategy; phasing and logistic planning; Contract negotiation as well as designer and contractor procurement; supervision and administration of project development, design, construction and handover phases; oversight of budget, cost, change control, schedule and quality; claims analysis, claim mitigation and insurance submissions.
Mr. Percy has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Liverpool John Moore’s University. He is a member of Project Management Institute; and the Association for Project Management, where he was runner-up Project Manager of the year (1994) for his work on the Crown Jewels project at HM Tower of London.