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STV Chairman Receives NAC’s Highest Honor

Oct 14, 2022
STV Chairman Dominick Servedio

STV Chairman Dominick Servedio, P.E., was recently honored by the National Academy of Construction (NAC) with its prestigious Ted C. Kennedy Award, the academy’s highest honor. The award was presented to Servedio earlier this month at the NAC’s Hall of Fame Gala in Scottsdale, AZ.

Named in honor of the late Ted C. Kennedy, founder of BE&K, this award honors an individual for “commitment to people; obsession with safety; integrity with ethics; championing of innovation; a lifetime of achievement; breadth of sector experience and roles; industry organization and leadership; generosity; and support of the greater community.” Servedio is the 11th recipient of this award in NAC’s history.

“Dominick Servedio has a focus on people as his top priority,” said NAC Chair, Margaret “Maggi” Walker during the award presentation. “Think ‘open door policy.’ He listens, he solves problems, he mediates, and he is a mentor. His reputation is built on integrity and ethics for over 55 years in the industry. In his city of New York, he is highly respected. His work is legendary. His efforts on the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and the Transportation Hub are a legacy that will live on.”

STV Chairman Dominick Servedio and NAC Chair Margaret Walker

Servedio has been an avid steward and leader of the NAC since he was elected in 2008. He served as NAC Chairman in 2015-16, is past chair of the Membership Committee, and served as a core member of its strategic planning process. He is also credited with leading the NAC during a period of great membership expansion and outreach.

Servedio is also a member of the prestigious National Academy of Engineering and has received the Goethals Medal for distinguished performance in construction from The Society of American Military Engineers; a Lifetime Achievement Award from the March of Dimes; the Ellis Island Medal of Honor; the Richard A. Cook Gold Medal from the Hundred Year Association of New York; and the Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award from Long Island Cares.

A former director of the Construction Industry Round Table, Servedio also recently chaired the New York Building Foundation, an organization in the New York Building Congress, where he previously served as chairman.