2018 proved to be the most successful and transformative year in history for Skyline Restoration Inc. A year defined by strong leadership, improved resources, enhanced workmanship and safety, and an overall innovative approach to a business that has largely maintained its tradition over the years. A year that Skyline challenged the industry to grow together in order to better protect and maintain our City and its inhabitants. As Skyline continues to build momentum into 2019, we are excited to announce changes to our organization’s senior leadership team. Stephan Andreatos, a company veteran and former Vice President, will now lead the organization as President. Jasen Geraghty, Skyline’s former VP, Business Development, will be second in command helping guide the firm’s growth as Vice President. Lastly, former President, John Tsampas, and Principal, Bill Pierrakeas, will be Skyline’s new Managing Principals focused on developing strategic business relationships, while maintaining long-term client relations. Today, with a new leadership team, Skyline is well positioned to capitalize on its long-term strategy moving into 2019.
In addition to changes in leadership, our company took strides in 2018 to strengthen our customer service and job site safety, while aiding our community through a newly formed non-profit that gives New Yorkers the tools needed to begin a career in building restoration. In order to achieve these goals, Skyline engaged the support of a professional services firm that extends its resources to improving the industry as a whole. This team of professionals referenced is collectively known as Andromeda Advantage Inc. (“Andromeda”)- an organization providing consulting and management services; training and safety certifications through Andromeda Academy of Construction Trades; and physical training and job placement support through the industry’s first ever non-profit workforce development organization, Andromeda Community Initiative (ACI).
The Andromeda Building serves as Skyline Restoration's headquarters at 49-27 31st Street, in Long Island City.