EverGreene Names Rabinowitz President and Martin Vice President
Effective immediately, Mark Rabinowitz has been named President of EverGreene Architectural Arts, Inc.
Mark joined EverGreene in 2018 during the acquisition of Conservation Solutions Inc. (CSI), which he co-led for nearly two decades. Mark will be splitting his time between EverGreene’s Brooklyn, NY and DC Metro based offices. “I am very proud of this honor and will do all I can to work to ensure the ongoing success of the Company and our amazing staff of talented people as we move into 2022 and beyond.” Mark is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. He holds a degree Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sculpture and worked as a sculptor for the first sixteen years of his career. He is a Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC), Fellow of the American Academy in Rome (FAAR) and most recently was inducted into the College of Fellows for the Association of Preservation Technology International (FAPT) in 2021.
Matthew “Matt” Martin has been promoted to the role of Vice President and will be assuming Rabinowitz’s former responsibilities, leading the Preconstruction Team.
Matt joined EverGreene in 2008 as a cost estimator. During his EverGreene tenure, he has served as the Director of Project Management, overseeing field operations and logistics, and most recently in the role of Director of Preconstruction, working together with the Business Developers, Project Managers, and Marketing to provide essential cost information, budgets, and bid details on EverGreene projects. “I’m honored to be entrusted with this position. Because of Jeff Greene’s vision and our dedicated and talented employees, EverGreene has a strong foundation. We are well-positioned for a successful future. I am committed to a collaborative environment where we will realize our potential – personally, professionally, and as a company.” Matt received his BA in Geography with an emphasis on Urban Planning and Geographical Information Systems from California State University in San Bernardino, CA. He earned his MSc in Construction Management from the College of Engineering at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.
Jeffrey Greene, EverGreene’s Founder and Executive Chairman shared: “Having watched EverGreene grow over these last 44 years, I am excited and very proud to welcome Mark and Matt into their new leadership positions and look forward to working with them towards the next chapter in EverGreene’s evolution.”