Joseph I. Mulligan III

Joe Mulligan is the City of Boston's Deputy Director for Capital Construction. The Department is comprised of over 50 project management professionals who oversee all planning, programming, design and construction of capital-funded building projects, including new schools, police & fire stations, community centers, libraries, administrative and operations facilities as well as other real estate services and Mayoral initiatives. The Department manages nearly $500 million dollars of active and anticipated design and construction contracts serving the capital needs of Mayor Thomas M. Menino's Administration.

Mr. Mulligan has over twenty five years of broad experience in planning and development from conception to completion. Prior to joining the City in 2008, he provided real estate development consulting services, including site finding, property acquisition, permitting, design and construction management primarily to institutional and non-profit clients.
Earlier in his career Joe worked in Architecture firms in Boston and New York City, as well as staff positions with the Boston's Economic Development & Industrial Corporation, the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' House of Representatives.

Mr. Mulligan has a B.A. Degree from the College of the Holy Cross and a B. Arch. Degree from the Boston Architectural College. He received a Masters in Public Administration as a Public Service Fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and a Certificate of International Leadership and Management from Tuft's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He serves as a Board Member and Vice President of the West End House Boys and Girls Club, is a member of the Building Committee for the Presentation School Foundation and chairs the Design Committee for Brighton Main Streets, Inc.