Christopher Lukawski

Christopher Lukawski
Partner — Development & Construction

Chris joined Crimson Partners in 2007 and is responsible for coordinating and managing all phases of design, predevelopment and construction for the firm’s new projects.

Prior to joining Crimson Partners, Chris was Vice President of Construction for BPG Properties, LTD’s Washington, DC office, where he managed the design and construction of over 1.2 million square feet of new Class A office buildings, tenant fit-out projects, and core renovations.

Some of Chris’ recent projects include:

North Bethesda Market – 143,000 RSF including Whole Foods Market, LA Fitness, Arhaus Furniture and Seasons 52 Restaurant (Construction Management for the Owner).

Korean Central Presbyterian Church in Centreville, VA, currently the second largest church in Fairfax County ($32M, 171,800 SF, 1,800 seat Main Sanctuary, 500 seat Chapel, 3 commercial kitchens, Multi-purpose Athletic Rooms, library, classrooms and offices).

With more than twelve years of additional experience as a general contractor, Chris supervised the construction of more than 2.6 million square feet of office and residential developments. As Vice President of Bozzuto Construction, he supervised the construction of the Shirlington Village mixed-use multifamily development ($50M, 241 units, 796 space parking garage). Prior to joining Bozzuto, Chris was a Project Executive at Grunley Construction, where he focused on renovations, security, and life safety upgrades projects for various Government Agencies. Prior to joining Grunley, Chris spent 6 years at HITT Contracting as a Senior Project Manager with primary oversight of projects such as the MedImmune, Inc. Admin and R&D campus ($30M, 220,000 SF Office Building) and AOL’s Corporate Headquarters campus ($115M, 4 office buildings, tenant improvements, commercial kitchens, fitness facilities and a Day Care Facility). Chris began his career at Clark Construction Group where he served as an Assistant Project Manager on the Washington Redskins Stadium Project ($180M) and the Strathmore Court Apartments ($16M, 202 units, below grade parking).

Throughout his career, Chris has been active in the Washington Building Congress, Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro DC, and the Associated General Contractors. Chris earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from The Catholic University of America.