The Velez Organization is a multi-service construction company headquartered in New York City, whose founder has over thirty-five years’ experience in the construction industry.Over the years, the firm has grown into a multi-million dollar construction company, completing both private and public work.The Velez Organization offers services in construction management and general construction, with established expertise in construction management, new construction of residential and commercial facilities, courthouses, installation of high-tech computer rooms, restoration/rehabilitation of multi-story buildings, hospital and research laboratories and education center renovations. Since 1972, Velez Organization has consistently met and exceeded the most stringent contract requirements, earning an enviable reputation for a wide range of construction services in the areas of Planning and Development, Construction Management, Rehabilitation, Historical Restoration, Renovation, and New Construction.
The Velez Organization’s management team is led by Andrew Velez, its owner and founder.Mr. Velez’ experience in the construction industry has spanned over forty years, the past thirty as owner of the organization.Prior to that period, he served as a union carpenter, construction foreman, supervisor, and project manager for some of the largest companies in the construction industry.
Elizabeth Velez serves as President and Chief Contract Administrator for all of the Velez Organization's business and management activities.Ms. Velez's experience in the construction industry has spanned over twenty years, and she participates on industry and community based boards, such as the New York Building Congress, National Hispanic Business Group, Association of Minority Enterprises of New York (AMENY), the Mayor's Commission on Construction Opportunity, the Board of ACE Mentor of New York and the NYC Department of Business Services Advisory Board. She is a former member of the Board ofTrustees for Boricua College. Ms. Velez holds an MBA, and is actively involved in issues facing the construction industry and affirmative action.