Richard Lanzarone formed Capital Project Management Services, LLC in 2009 so that he can bring focused hands-on senior level management of hospital construction projects to a limited number of select clients.


Rich Lanzarone brings his 25 years of experience in hospital construction to your project. Mr. Lanzarone operated a special trade construction company for 10 years, and was involved in a number of high profile forensic hospital construction projects including Bellevue Hospital, Kings County Medical Center, Helen Hayes Hospital and Rikers Island Hospital.

For the past 15 years Mr. Lanzarone has held various senior positions involving hospital construction project management for such major institutions as Beth Israel Medical Center, St Luke's Medical Center, Roosevelt Hospital, Kingston and Benedictine Hospitals in Kingston, NY.

His ability to manage construction projects in these and similar sensitive and complicated environments makes him the ideal candidate to advise you on and manage your project.

Construction Management

In addition, Rich Lanzarone has 15 years experience in Hospital Facilities Operations Management that gives him an unique perspective of the needs of his clients, since he has stood in their shoes while experiencing the potentially disruptive effects of construction. He understands the need for pre-planning and clear communication in order to establish and fulfill realistic expectations.

Rich Lanzarone’s wide experience in smoothly guiding hospital construction projects to a successful conclusion in the difficult NYC construction market has given him the ability to foster collaboration and teamwork with the diverse group of stakeholders and participants that exist in any large hospital construction project. He has successfully managed $100’s of millions of dollars in hospital construction capital improvements in his career and is knowledgeable in the most advanced project management and scheduling systems.

 Rich authored "Managing the Facility Development Process" which was published in the journal "Matrix" of the Medical Group Practice Association (MGMA) in 2000.