J. Steven Lovci was appointed Executive Vice President of Capital Projects at the New York City Housing Authority in November 2019. The Executive Vice President is responsible for advancing the Authority’s capital programs, including federal, State, and City-funded capital improvements, the Hurricane Sandy recovery and resilience program, and the agency’s energy and sustainability programs.
Mr. Lovci joined NYCHA in 2014 as the Managing Architect for the Capital Projects Division’s Design Department. He later became Senior Advisor to the Executive Vice President of Capital Projects, and during his tenure served as acting Executive Vice President of Capital Projects.
Prior to joining NYCHA, he was an Associate at the preservation firm Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners for over a decade. Mr. Lovci also taught Building Construction at the New York Institute of Technology, served as speaker and moderator on the Commercial Real Estate and Development panel for Thurgood Marshall College's Fund Leadership Conferences, conducted research for the Between Expediency and Deliberation: Seeking Middle Ground for Post 9/11 symposium, and contributed to the Rebuild Downtown, Our Town (RDoT) white paper report on 9/11.