Neal Maxymillian

Neal A. Maxymillian

President at Maxymillian Technologies Inc

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Location:
1801 East Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(413) 499-3050

General Information

Education

civil engineering and economics , Tufts University

M.B.A.  - 

MBA  - Dartmouth

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NEAL MAXYMILLIAN, PRESIDENT
Applying his business school education to the family construction firm, Neal Maxymillian championed the environmental services division, growing it from an added service to one of the largest environmental remediation firms in New England. His understanding of the economic concerns of our clients helps MT provide the highest value. Mr. Maxymillian provides direct executive oversight and strategic management for MT's environmental remediation and civil construction projects. Responsible for contractual arrangement, bid preparation, costing, resource management, and client support on all projects, he coordinates closely with Project Managers and Supervisors on project scheduling, methodology, and quality control.

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Jim and Neal Maxymillian, a father-and-son team, have been committed to delivering quality service to the New England region for nearly 50 years and lead an expert team of experienced and dedicated personnel.
Neal A. Maxymillian, M.B.A., President of J.H. Maxymillian and Maxymillian Technologies, Inc., has nearly 40 years of experience working in the family business. Starting at age 14, each summer he held a position at J.H. Maxymillian, learning the job at every level of the family business. He went on to study civil engineering and economics at Tufts University, graduated from college in 1987 and received his MBA from Dartmouth in 1992. After graduation, Neal opened the Boston Maxymillian office and turned his focus to growing business in the Greater New England area. Neal became President of the Maxymillian Companies in 2004 and returned to the Berkshires in 2013.

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2005 - Neal Maxymillian named President

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