Mr. Scott Zdroik has had experience in construction modifications and project management of multi-unit residences since 2006, where he was the Project Manager with Barrington Group Inc.
Mr. Zdroik joined Scioto in 2010 as a Property and Construction Supervisor for the portfolio of properties that Scioto owns across the U.S. In this role, he has supervised the maintenance and the new construction of specialty homes and small-scale health care facilities.
Scott currently holds the position of Business Development Director of Construction, and is involved in leading strategic initiatives for Scioto construction services growth in 2018. He has led the construction development and project management of over 15 homes in the Scioto portfolio. He understands and has knowledge and expertise in the requirements for accessible design and construction features for the special need population.
Mr. Zdroik is currently providing project oversight and construction management of residential modifications for a $20MM portfolio of 13 homes that were purchased in 2017 for the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) in the northern California area. The modifications are for individuals who are aging, have developmental disabilities and other behavioral health needs.
Mr. Zdroik studied construction management at the University of Akron and Columbus State Community College. Mr. Zdroik, a registered Home Inspector, has also received a Certified Aging – In – Place Specialist (CAPS) certification from the National Association of Home Builders and he holds various industry safety training courses from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Scott has volunteered with Rebuilding Together Central Ohio and Habitat for Humanity – Delaware County.
“Having worked for Scioto for some time, I can’t see myself anywhere else. The relationships I have been lucky enough to establish with providers over the years are relationships I am confident can’t be found in any other line of business. I am genuinely excited to come to work every day knowing we are assisting providers in the continued efforts to support people with disabilities.”
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