Palmisano Adds New Team Members

Nathan Landry

NEW ORLEANS – Palmisano, a South Louisiana commercial and civil construction firm, announces the addition of two new team members. Nathan Landry now serves as Palmisano’s Senior Estimator inside the company’s civil division, and James DeLucca is working in the accounting department as an Assistant Controller. With the addition of Landry and DeLucca, Palmisano grew to more than 75 employees in 2016.

         Palmisano will benefit from Landry’s more than 13 years of experience within the civil sector, company reps said. He has an excellent reputation for putting out quality estimates and will bring a fresh look and new ideas to Palmisano’s bidding process for both public and private projects, they said.

         DeLucca is an accounting professional with nearly 10 years in the construction industry. At Palmisano, he will assist with financial matters including budgets and forecasts and also assist project managers in reviewing project performance. DeLucca is a great fit for Palmisano’s accounting team and brings a work ethic that fits the company culture, company reps said.

         Palmisano CEO Wesley Palmisano said he is pleased with the progress and expansion of the company. “We’ve been very deliberate in hiring team members who understand the value of hard work, integrity, and are dedicated to providing our customers with superior service,” Palmisano said. “Nathan and James are great contributors who understand our mission of building to have an enduring impact on our community.”

         Palmisano is one of South Louisiana's most sought-after firms for commercial and civil construction, including high-rise hotels, multi-use developments, retails spaces, restaurants, healthcare facilities, site development and roads, company reps said. Palmisano’s portfolio boasts high profile projects including Ace and Moxy hotels, Trader Joe's and several historic renovation projects across New Orleans. The company has roots in the construction market dating back to the 1950's. In 2013, Wesley Palmisano successfully transitioned the company his grandfather started from a residential focus to commercial and civil construction. The Palmisano team builds to have an enduring impact on the community.

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