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Director of Business Development

Phone: (802) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.com
PC Construction Company
193 Tilley Drive
South Burlington , Vermont 05403
United States

Company Description: With nearly 50 years in the manufacturing and industrial construction market, PC Construction intimately understands and expertly manages the special construction...   more

Employment History


  • architecture degree
    Lawrence Technological University
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As South Burlington leaders pursue their dream to build a $300-million downtown in Vermont's most suburban community, some residents are asking whether it's appropriate for construction and real-estate executives to serve on city bodies that shape the rules for how the land will be developed.
South Burlington already has an ethics policy for its public servants, but is it working? The issue flared up last Thursday evening, when a member of a new citizen activist group told the city council and planning commission at a joint meeting that they are ignoring a blatant conflict of interest.
Duncan Adamson of SB VT Community Watch read a prepared statement that did not name but referred to Art Klugo, a planning commissioner who works as director of business acquisition at South Burlington-based PC Construction, formerly Pizzagalli, with annual revenues of more than $500 million.
In addition to serving on the South Burlington Planning Commission, Klugo chaired a city task force that earlier this year recommended closing and possibly selling Rick Marcotte Central School, which is in the zone slated for downtown redevelopment. The group also suggested building a new, consolidated elementary school elsewhere that could cost tens of millions of dollars. So far, the Central School remains open.
In an interview before the meeting last week, Klugo said: "There is absolutely no conflict of interest.
And, as of Thursday, Klugo was not listed as a planning commission member at all, even though he joined the group in late summer. Prior to that, and before he worked at PC Construction, Klugo served on the South Burlington Development Review Board.
Klugo said the criticism is off base. Nothing in his day job influences what he does on the planning commission, he said. If PC were to bid on a public school project in South Burlington, it would have no special advantage, Klugo said: "We would have to compete against other firms in the area to secure any work that we would actually build."
As for working with a private developer on the multimillion-dollar construction jobs likely to spring up with the mixed-use downtown, Klugo said PC would have no unfair advantage there, either, if the firm sought those contracts.
In the contemporary case of Klugo, "all of the appropriate questions were asked before he was appointed to the planning commission, and the councilors felt comfortable in appointing him," said Nowak.
Nothing so far has posed a conflict, according to Klugo, and he has not recused himself from any votes.
Monica Ostby thinks it's appropriate to raise questions about the role of McKenzie, Klugo and others with real- estate and construction backgrounds.
For example, Klugo and the rest of the task force went into an executive session January 29 to discuss the appraised value of the city's schools, including Central School. The session was closed to prevent premature disclosure of information that could adversely affect any sale. Ostby now questions if Klugo had access to proprietary information that could, potentially, give PC Construction an unfair advantage, should the firm land future school or downtown contracts.
Klugo dismissed the suggestion.
Either by Art himself or by a knowledgeable professional on the city staff, who should have the city's best interest in mind at all turns.
PC Construction Adds SVP/CFO Corbett and Klugo to Management Team - High-Profile : High-Profile [cached]
South Burlington, VT - PC Construction has made two significant additions to its management team: Michael Corbett as senior vice president and chief financial officer and Art Klugo as director of business development.
Art Klugo offers more than 20 years of construction, design and real estate development experience in navigating complex projects from permitting through occupancy. Klugo joins PC Construction after serving as senior architect of commercial development at Tsoi/Kobus & Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts and vice president of real estate development for Sugarbush Resort in Warren, Vermont. Klugo also serves on the Development Review Board for the City of South Burlington, Vermont.
In his new role as director of business development at PC Construction, Klugo will focus on strategic commercial, resort, education, health care and developer-based work for the company's Buildings & Facilities business segment.
"We are so excited about the new perspectives and talents both Michael and Art bring to PC Construction," said Kevin McCarthy, president and CEO.
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l City of Charlottesville, 1000 Cherry Avenue - building A, amusement - recreational, $9,000,000, public assembly, Contractor: Art Klugo, Barton Malow Company.
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Sugarbush Resort hires Art Klugo as Vice President of Real Estate Development
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Sugarbush Resort hires Art Klugo as Vice President of Real Estate Development
Warren, VT January 10, 2012 - Sugarbush Resort has hired Art Klugo as Vice President of Real Estate Development. Klugo is charged with overseeing project mnagement and real estate sales for the new slopeside Rice Brook Residences, as well as overseeing sales of the remaining 13% of Clay Brook Hotel and Residences
Klugo comes to Sugarbush with over 20 years of experience in real estate development and construction management, and has overseen projects from the early permitting stages through sales and occcupancy. Klugo received his architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University and is certified LEED AP in green building. His most recent project was overseeing Stowe Mountain Lodge at Stowe.
"We are very pleased Art has joined the Sugarbush team," said Win Smith, President of Sugarbush. "Art brings a wealth of experience to the position and understands how to navigate complex projects while minimizing the impact on the guest experience."
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