Brad Meltzer

Mr. Meltzer has over 25 years professional experience in the construction industry, starting at Plaza Construction in 1989.  His educational background in architecture, paired with his vast construction background, gives him a unique perspective. He has demonstrated particular strength working hands-on with projects requiring critical advance planning, difficult staging and logistics, fast-track schedules, and maintenance of ongoing operations.  His portfolio of projects encompasses new out of the ground facilities as well as high end interiors.  To every project, he brings innovative solutions and informed leadership, successfully meeting clients' goals with the highest level of quality.

Select projects include high-profile hotels and condominiums in Miami, FL, including The Marquis, Canyon Ranch Living, and The W Hotel South Beach; commercial and retail projects such as Miami’s TownCenter One at Dadeland, an office tower. His experience with office build-outs includes work on a number of projects including Credit Suisse First Boston and Credit Suisse Private Banking in Miami, Barclays Capital and Pfizer, Inc. in New York, and Union Bank of Switzerland in San Francisco.

Mr. Meltzer holds a Masters of Architecture from Tulane University School of Architecture and is a licensed General Contractor in the State of Florida. Actively involved in professional organizations, he is immediate Past President the CEA, a board member of the Construction Association of South Florida, and a member of the U.S. Green Building Counsel. He is also a member of the Associated General Contractors of America, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, board member of Miami Beach JCC, and advisory board member of Tulane School of Architecture.

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"Our work on the W Hotel is a prime example of Plaza’s outstanding capabilities, both in the quality of the structure, envelope and interior finishes, as well as the strength of our relationship with ownership and the design team. It’s about attention to detail on every level."