As President of Cleveland Construction's Interiors Operations, David Kurilko is responsible for all the company's self-performing drywall and metal stud framing operations. David oversees all day-to-day operations for Cleveland Construction's Mason, Columbus, and Jessup, Maryland office locations.
With Cleveland Construction, Inc. for over three decades, David has supervised the installation of over a billion dollar’s worth of drywall and metal framing projects. David currently oversees a staff of project managers, foreman, and superintendents, who handle a workforce for of over 1,000 craftsmen any given time, representing millions of square feet of space under construction. David reviews, on a monthly basis, project forecasts for each project manager, projecting the final outcome of all self-performing projects.
David is experienced in the installation of the following high-end building systems: interior framing systems, exterior framing, plaster and lath components, EIFS, acoustical ceilings, interior finishes, plaster, specialty ceilings, fabric panels, prefabricated load bearing construction and vinyl wall coverings.
His contributions have been instrumental in the installation of many high-end drywall and metal framing projects throughout the country including the Trump International Hotel and Marriott Marquis Hotel, both located in Washington, D.C., MacDill Air force Base Central Command Center in Tampa, Florida, the Miami University Residence Hall, 21c Museum Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio, the KFC Yum! Center in Lousiville, Kentucky, and a 1,100,000 square-foot William Beaumont Fort Bliss Replacement in Fort Bliss, Texas.