Larry Carpenter, is a seasoned construction professional with over 30 years of experience. He has planned, led and successfully completed over $600 million of science and technology, corporate, and commercial projects often addressing the most complex of logistics and construction challenges to deliver on-time, on budget, every time.
A hands-on Project Executive who puts the client’s needs first and foremost, Larry’s passion for excellence is exemplified in the consistent delivery of results that exceed clients’ expectations. He also instills and nurtures a culture of teamwork and collaboration in every project that he undertakes.
Larry leverages his expertise in facilities with highly-specialized technical requirements to provide viable, cost-effective solutions to Timberline’s clients. A lab expert, Larry has led construction of ground-up buildings for industry-leading biopharmaceutical clients and renovated numerous existing facilities for life sciences and advanced technology companies as well as leading academic institutions.
Prior to joining Timberline, Larry was a Senior Vice President at JLL Construction and a Vice President of Spaulding & Slye, where he led numerous projects for EMD Serono, Entegris and Perkin Elmer among others. In addition, as a Construction Manager at Shawmut, he oversaw $50 million in renovations at the world-renowned Christian Science Center in Boston.
Above left to right: EMD Serono’s 140,000 SF LEED Gold Certified Bourne Building, Billerica, Entegris’ i2M Manufacturing Facility, Bedford, Christian Science Center, Boston.
LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS
LEED AP BD+C
CHC – AHA Certified Healthcare Constructor
MA Construction Supervisor License
City of Boston, License for Building Operations
City of Cambridge, Construction Supervisor License
Hazardous Waste Operations (40 hr)
Hazardous Waste Operations Supervisor (8 hr)
OSHA Jobsite Safety
First Aid & CPR
B.S. Construction Management, Summa Cum Laude; Minor in Business Administration
Roger Williams University
Associate in Applied Science Building Construction Technology
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Harvard University, School of Public Health, Safety a Life Cycle Approach
AGC of Rhode Island, Superintendents Training Program