STRUCTR's integrated team of experts are equipped with in-depth industry knowledge and innovative technology to provide value and tangible results at every stage of your project.

Kelly DeVito

Vice President

Kelly DeVito is the driving force behind STRUCTR, overseeing the business with nearly three decades of invaluable experience in the construction industry. With a rich and diverse background that spans preconstruction, estimating, field supervision, and project management, Kelly brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every facet of the organization. His visionary leadership and deep industry insights are instrumental in guiding STRUCTR towards innovation and excellence – ensuring clients receive top-tier consulting services that deliver exceptional results. Kelly’s unwavering commitment to the industry’s evolution and dedication to achieving client success make him a dynamic leader in the world of construction and real estate consultancy.

Sydney Covey

Sustainability Solutions Manager

Sydney Covey is at the helm of the Energy and Sustainability team, where she collaborates closely with clients to realize their sustainable building aspirations. With a profound experience in LEED and sustainable design, Sydney devises innovative solutions that consistently meet and surpass certification standards. Sydney started in the construction industry as a Sustainability Analyst with Hourigan, where she made significant contributions to the renowned Brock Environmental Center, a LEED Platinum-certified facility that’s celebrated as one of the world’s foremost sustainable buildings. Among her notable achievements is her role in the development of Virginia Wesleyan University’s Greer Environmental Science center, which boasts cutting-edge sustainable design elements like geothermal ground-source heat exchange and photovoltaic panels.

Sydney Covey is a dedicated professional and passionate advocate for conscious living. She serves as Chair of the U.S. Green Building Council Virginia’s Hampton Roads Planning Board and Vice Chair of the U.S. Green Building Council Virginia’s Market Leadership Advisors Board. Sydney is a trailblazer in her community, working with numerous local organizations develop pragmatic strategics that tackle the challenges of sea-level rise in Virginia’s coastal areas.

Michael Lang

Senior Manager, MEP Services

Mike Land leads STRUCTR’s Mechanical Analysis team, brining a wealth of expertise and comprehensive oversight to the Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) domain. With his adept knowledge of the MEP preconstruction and procurement process, Mike expertly navigates detailed intricacies of every project, including: budgeting, quality assurance, safety, coordinating, installation, commissioning, and closeout. His multifaceted understanding of MEP comes from his experience in owning and operating his own commission firm – equipping him with a profound comprehension of factors that must be meticulously considered during the planning phrase and throughout the entire construction journey.

Mike’s dedication to delivery excellence across every aspect of MEP is underscored by his commitment to precision, efficiency, and safety. His leadership ensures that projects are executed seamlessly and exceed client expectations. Mike’s extensive industry knowledge and hands-on experience make him an invaluable asset to the team and a trusted partner for clients seeking MEP solutions of the highest caliber.

Mark Greenwalt


Mark Greenwalt applies more than 40 years of dynamic industry experience to yield construction solutions for a broad spectrum of owners, architects, and investors. Using his analytical agility and Powers of 10 thinking, Mark is widely regarded as the “go-to” resource for projects ranging from education, scientific research, and classified facilities to formal gardens.

Throughout his career, Mark has helped leaders from Fortune 500 companies and regional firms to emerging businesses and local boards think through the possibilities of the “WHAT IFs” in the built environment and how to maximize the value of their capital investments. Highly respected for his exacting attention to detail and expansive knowledge of construction means, methods, and material cost information, Mark has produced an impressive record of results for his clients.

Team Insights

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What project teams should embrace is solid communication, focus on scope definition, and be willing to purchasing plans and multiple contingency inputs to help balance out extremes in future pricing… In short, communicate deeply and often across the entire project, with all stakeholders having input.

Mark Greenwalt, Principal
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If the build environment wants to assist in mitigating climate impacts, stakeholder collaboration for decarbonization strategies is a top priority. Every part of the design and construction process will face transformative changes to decarbonize the spaces where we live, work, and play.

Sydney Covey, Sustainability Solutions Manager
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Third-parting commissioning should be included as a functional part of the building process for the owner to have assurance and confidence that the building was built, not only to spec, but will operate efficiently over its lifespan… From reviewing the design for efficiency opportunities, to the 11-month warranty FPTs, commissioning should be a part of the conversation because it provides long-term benefits to building owners and operators.

Mike Lang, Senior Manager, MEP Services
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Construction project delivery methods are a big driver for how your project performs and each of these methods has a place in our industry. These are not a one-size-fits-all solution, as each part of the project team has a different lens they are analyzing the project with.

Kelly DeVito


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