STV Appoints Rodrigo Salinas for Its Construction Management Group 

Written by Jennifer McLawhorn, Managing Editor
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Rodrigo Salinas, STV’s new senior vice president and national development director in Construction Management (CM).
Courtesy of STV

SAN ANTONIO – Rodrigo Salinas joins STV, a firm that designs and manages infrastructure projects, as its senior vice president and national development director within the Construction Management (CM) operating group.

Before joining STV, Salinas has spent more than three decades “developing national business strategy for leading architecture, engineering, and design firms.” His recent work was at an infrastructure consulting firm that focuses in “education, municipal, and state-wide capital improvement programs.” 

Salinas holds a Bachelor of Science in architecture and a Master of Business Administration (MBA), both from the University of Texas at Austin. Additionally, Salinas is a member of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA).

President of the national CM group at STV, Luis Delgado, CCM, PMP said, “Rodrigo is a transformational leader who understands the ever-changing needs of our clients and will inspire the STV team supporting them. . . Based on our extensive history collaborating on major projects, I know he can position his teams for sustained growth while maintaining a commitment to quality delivery and client experience.”

STV’s Construction Management group works to provide its clients a range of expertise in both public and private sectors. The group provides services that include program management, project and construction management, purchasing and contracting, project controls, and fiscal stewardship. STV says it has “extensive experience bringing transformative infrastructure improvements to communities nationwide, from the new patient tower for Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital and Mills College in Oakland, to ongoing CM services for Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport’s improvement program and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA).”

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