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Over 30 years hands on experience

in the building industry

Chip Schulz built and ran a family construction business working in the field, on job sites and in the office. 

Chip understands the building industry - he understands that it has its own language and if you don't speak that language then you are vulnerable.

That's how Schulz Building Consultants came about.

After  growing up in the construction business - Chip speaks the language and wants to share his expertise with you.

Family values are the essence of Chip - married for over thirty years, with two grown up kids, he understands the importance of strong values and integrity. Ask anyone in the industry - that's what he's known for.

Combine this solid character and experience with a Masters of Science Degree in Construction Management from NYU and you will find no-one better to manage your building project.

Most recently, Chip worked at Jones Lang LaSalle, of Stamford, Connecticut. He was a part of several teams, as well as the team lead on several house projects, highlighted below. Chip coordinated efforts between various stakeholders on projects, was the source of open communication between teams across the country, and worked across states abiding by state specific regulations. A few career highlights of these projects include:

▪ Team member in the construction of Spectrum / Charter Communication's new headquarters in Stamford, CT. Consisting of two 16 story office towers. 

▪ Team member in the development of the design for the Montefiore Children's Hospital West Harrison N.Y. 

▪ Lead on the UPS Battery replacement project at NatWest Stamford CT. As well as the building system upgrades at their NatWest Trumbull facility. 

▪ Lead on the ABB Corporation's 96,000 tenant fit. The fit-out included new office spaces and endurance laboratories to test electrical equipment. The project also consisted of a prosed 4,000 square foot High Current Laboratory. 

Chip Schulz

"As comfortable in work boots as in the board room"

Maria Schulz

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