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Mike Jones has been promoted to project manager and Ellen Quinn to manager of administration in St. John Properties’ in-house interior construction division.

St. John Properties Issues Interior Construction Division Promotions to Mike Jones, Ellen Quinn

Windsor Mill, MD-based commercial real estate firm St. John Properties, Inc., has promoted Mike Jones to project manager and Ellen Quinn to manager of administration in the company’s in-house interior construction division.

Jones has been with the company since 2016 and was formerly superintendent, interior construction and also served as a building engineer on the property management team. Quinn, who was formerly Interior construction coordinator, is in her second stint with St. John Properties and rejoined the company in 2019.

Jones will manage the tenant build-out process for companies that have recently leased space or are expanding an existing presence within a building in the St. John Properties Maryland portfolio. His role includes establishing and adhering to construction timelines, overseeing activities of third-party contractors, maintaining budgets and ensuring successful build-outs.

In her new role, Quinn will support the activities of the St. John Properties project management team and act as a liaison with tenants during the construction build-out process. Her responsibilities include communicating with architects and engineers to obtain necessary permits and approvals, scheduling walk-throughs, tracking invoices and performing various administrative functions.

Photo, l-r: Jones, Quinn

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