Michael Potter

Michael Potter

Port Jervis, NY, US


Project Manager

Excel Project 2008 – PHASE 1 & 2
This project included work in seven (7) campuses.  Each campus had multiple Prime contractors and multiple scopes of work which included upgrades to ventilation in classrooms, renovations to group bathrooms, renovations to single use bathrooms, electrical systems, student locker replacements, roof replacement, new auditorium air conditioning, stage floor repairs, VAT and Carpet replacement in libraries and offices, fence replacement, new sidewalk and paving, elevator lift installation, gym wall pad and divider wall replacements and new security/camera/card reader access systems.$11,000,000 dollar project completed with a 1.2 million surplus

Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, Poughkeepsie, New York-I was superintendent for Turner which was providing owner representation and construction management services on multiple branch credit unions and an operations center. The branches include New Windsor, Vails Gate, Kingston, Montgomery, Highland, Rhinebeck, LaGrange, Poughkeepsie and Middletown

60,000 square feet Otisville witness security unit federal correctional institute- budgeted at $29,000,000

Sub-Stations and High Tension towers for Orange and Rockland Utilities
Interior renovations at Orange and Rockland Utilities Corporate Head Quarters
Dunkelman Medical facility
Sullivan County Community Collage Dormitory
Star Wines and Liquors Department Store
Interior renovations for OGS Down State Correctional Facility 

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Status: Built
Additional Credits: Shining Star on Verticon Record
Alan and Irving Zuckerman, principals of Verticon LLD, a full service construction and renovation company headquartered in Monroe, New York, announce the opening of the recently renovated Star Liquors, one of the largest purveyors of wine and liquors in the Mid-Hudson Valley region. The completely renovated 10,000 square foot liquor store is just a few doors down from its former address in the Kmart Shopping Center , also in Monroe .
Partners Alan Glass of Monroe and Alan Short of Harriman credit Verticon with construction management skills that enabled them to complete the move of Star Liquors on time and according to budget. “With the holidays quickly moving up on us, any delay would have resulted in lost revenues. We selected Verticon because of their reputation for dependability,” comments Alan Glass. Alan Short adds that “they coordinated everything from choosing an architect to selecting the sub-contractors—the plumbers, floor finishers, carpenters, painters and electricians. Then they supervised the scheduling to make sure the project moved liked clockwork so no time or money was wasted.”
The Zuckerman family has developed and built quality commercial facilities in the region since the 1950's. While the Zuckerman name is often associated with larger projects like Westgate Corporate Park in Goshen, the firm provides the same standards of excellence to projects of all scopes and sizes. Their range of services includes site selection, program planning, , renovation, construction management, general contracting and more.