Design & Construction
Daniel Bower is Vice President, Design & Construction, Core Holdings, for Rockefeller Group. Mr. Bower leads design and construction for redevelopment and major renovations to Rockefeller Group’s core assets portfolio of approximately six million square feet. In this role, he led the redevelopment of 1271 Avenue of the Americas in addition to other projects. He joined the company in 2014.
Prior to joining Rockefeller Group, Mr. Bower spent seven years with Goldman Sachs & Co., where he led projects throughout the Americas. He oversaw critical system engineering for the Goldman Sachs World Headquarters and managed the design and construction of Goldman Sachs’s offices in Brazil and Salt Lake City, Utah, among others. During his tenure, Mr. Bower also led Infrastructure Strategic Planning for the Americas, where he led its New York campus planning efforts in response to Hurricane Sandy. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Mr. Bower worked for AKF Group as a Mechanical Design Engineer.
Mr. Bower is active in the greater New York City real estate industry and community, and he has held leadership roles on several technical committees. He was awarded a Service Award by Urban Green Council for co-chairing a subcommittee on the Building Resiliency Task Force. He also contributed to the NYC Mayor’s Office’s “One City: Build to the Last, Technical Working Group Report” and Urban Green’s “Zone Greener” report. Daniel is an active member of ULI NEXT.
Mr. Bower holds a Master of Science in Real Estate from New York University and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University.