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Building Congress chief to join Lehrer McGovern.

Another of the industry's hired advocates is leaving his position to join a single firm.

Louis Coletti, president and chief operating officer of the New York Building Congress for the past seven years, will be going to Lehrer McGovern Bovis, one of the largest construction managers, as senior vice president of Business and Public Affairs.

Coletti said he will be responsible for procuring government assignments for the firm and for continuing, through involvement in various organizations and committees, to be active in the formation of public policy affecting the building community.

"So it was the combination and the ability to shape the position that really fascinated me and challenged me," Coletti said.

In April, the Rent Stabilization Association, announced that its leader, John J. Gilbert, will be joining Rudin Management.

Formerly Union County manager, Coletti holds a masters degree in Public Administration from New York University.

Coletti will assume his new post some time this month. As the Building Congress executive committee conducts a search for a new leader, Heather Hatfield, Building Congress vice president, will be acting president.
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Title Annotation:New York Building Congress COO and president Louis Coletti appointed senior vice president of Business and Public Affairs at Lehrer McGovern Bovis Inc.
Author:Fitzgerald, Therese
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Biography
Date:Jun 2, 1993
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