Jason Atwood and Natasha Marcuard Become Northstar Shareholders
Northstar is proud to announce two new shareholders, Jason Atwood and Natasha Marcuard
Our Shareholders exemplify our firm’s commitment to achieving our client’s goals and objectives through their strategic and technical expertise. We are excited to add Jason and Natasha as shareholders as they continue to grow their career and contribute to the success of our clients and company.
Jason has 17 years of industry experience with a background in heavy civil and environmental remediation. His areas of expertise include multifamily construction including complex phased renovations, historical restoration projects, management of projects in occupied settings, and tenant improvement projects. Jason has completed projects across a variety of industry sectors including higher education, retail, corporate and private development. His portfolio includes management of projects up to $235 million. His resume also features management of all phases of complex remediation projects for Fortune 500 Clients across the Northeast region.
Notable projects Jason has managed while at Northstar include a phased comprehensive renovation of Soldier’s Field Park, a 475-unit apartment complex for Harvard University Housing, a renovation of the Harvard Faculty Club, and currently is the project lead for a confidential client on a ground up 230-unit multi-family project.
Natasha has 15 years of experience working in the life science, higher education and corporate TI sectors as an architect and an owner’s project manager. Her particular areas of expertise include renovations of R&D laboratories within active lab environments, sustainability, strategizing how to execute complex programs, budgeting and scheduling, phased construction administration and projects scaling up to $82 million. Natasha brings to her projects a passion for problem solving and believes strongly in cultivating a collaborative and fun team environment.
Notable projects Natasha has managed during her time at Northstar include Takeda’s Capital program, which included the multi-phased R&D lab renovation and relocation. She also was the project lead for the Shire RNCD lab relocation, the design and construction of a 135,000 SF lab and office tenant interior. Prior to entering the life science and corporate TI sectors, Natasha managed a number of capital projects for Harvard University Housing, totaling $15-$18 million per year on life safety upgrades, master landscape and civil plans, building envelope renovations and deferred maintenance programs.