General Business Facilitator | Construction
Joseph G. Munisteri has broad experience in the areas of design and construction management, project evaluations, project financing, technical and economic feasibility studies, marketing, and project development for industrial and power projects.
Prior to founding the Joseph G. Munisteri Company in 1989, Mr. Munisteri served as Chairman of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Comstock Group, Incorporated. He restructured, refinanced, and redirected the overall activities of the Comstock Group of Engineering and Construction Companies. As Executive Vice President of Ford Bacon & Davis, Incorporated, he was Chief Operating Officer and a member of the Board of Directors.
As President and member of the Board of Directors of ENSERCH Engineers and Constructors, Mr. Munisteri was also a Vice President of ENSERCH Corporation for Engineering and Construction. As Group Vice president (Corporate Development/Power) of Brown & Root, Inc., Mr. Munisteri was a member of the Board of Directors and was responsible for strategic planning, marketing, business development, and Power Division activities, as well as a member of the Operating Committee.
As General Manager of the Lummus Company’s Houston Division, Mr. Munisteri directed the sales, engineering, procurement, construction, and financial activities for the Houston Division. Previously, Mr. Munisteri was in charge of Latin American sales and coordinated Southeast Asian operations from London. As a Project Engineer and Construction Manager for Bechtel Corporation, Mr. Munisteri was involved in the design and construction of power plants and petroleum and industrial facilities.
Mr. Munisteri has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Yale University and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas. Mr. Munisteri is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Society of Mining Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, and the National Society of Professional Engineers. Mr. Munisteri has been involved in the nuclear industry since the 1950s and was one of the founders of the American Nuclear Energy Council, a member of the Board of Directors of the Atomic Industrial Forum and a member of the American Nuclear Society. In 1985 he was nominated to be Assistant Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Affairs in the Reagan Administration.
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