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James Katsarelis

James Katsarelis

Adjunct Instructor

Jim Katsarelis is an adjunct instructor at NYU School of Professional Studies.  He is a registered architect in New York & New Jersey and a member of the American Institute of Architects.  He has over 30 years of experience in all phases of architectural work. He has designed and managed projects of over $100 million dollars.  He has project managed the upgrades of various financial institutions in NY and NJ internal alterations and the reorganization and restacking of branch banks for Cross County Savings Bank. 

Jim's experience also extends into new developments for institutional and private clients.  Over the course of fifteen years as a managing director of global real estate & facilities for New York Stock Exchange, he managed over $150M worth of back office and trading floor alterations. He has a Bachelor of Architecture from City University of New York and has worked for some of the most prestigious firms in New York City before forming JKA Architecture + Interiors.

Currently Teaching

Construction Project Scheduling and Control

This course covers the critical path method and other analytical and quantitative scheduling and management techniques for construction projects.

Construction Project Phasing, Scheduling, and Cost Control

This course covers the critical path method and other analytical and quantitative scheduling and management techniques for construction projects.