John H. Pierce

John H. Pierce

Senior Vice President

Asset Services

John H. Pierce is Rockefeller Group’s Senior Vice President of Asset Services, responsible for overseeing property management and facilities services, as well as all design and construction programs for the company’s capital projects within its Rockefeller Center portfolio.

Mr. Pierce has extensive experience in real estate operations, construction and project management throughout the United States and Latin America, having worked for several of the leading companies in construction, financial services and development.  He joined Rockefeller Group as Senior Vice President of Design & Construction in 2016, and has been instrumental in the company’s development projects across all property types in New York and throughout the United States.

Prior to joining Rockefeller Group, Mr. Pierce was Vice President of Real Estate and Facilities for Phoenix House, a non-profit substance abuse treatment organization with more than 100 locations spanning 12 states and the District of Columbia. Prior to joining Phoenix House, he was the Vice President and Regional Manager for Turner Construction’s Latin American operations, responsible for providing real estate and facilities consulting services throughout Central and South America.

Previously, Mr. Pierce was an Executive Director with Morgan Stanley, responsible for global space planning, infrastructure and capital projects. He joined Morgan Stanley after serving for seven years as a construction executive with Hines. He began his career with Turner Construction, where combined with his more recent experience, he worked for a total of 15 years in construction and project management roles.

Mr. Pierce holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, is a licensed real estate professional in New Jersey, and an active member of REBNY, ULI, ASCE, BOMA and the ACE Mentor Program of America. In addition to his professional experience, Mr. Pierce has served on various philanthropic and educational boards and committees for organizations and institutions including Habitat for Humanity, Urban Assembly High School for Design & Construction and Lafayette College.