• Peter Campot is currently Director of Construction for Wynn Design & Development Massachusetts. Making history as the largest single phase construction project in the Commonwealth at $1.4 billion, his responsibilities include the oversight of the schedule, budget, quality, and daily operations of the project. Prior to Wynn Design and Development, he was the Vice President of Master Planning for Boston 2024, the planning committee for Boston’s Olympic bid. He is also well known within the industry, as he was instrumental in building William A. Berry and Son into one of the most well regarded builders of Healthcare and Science/Technology projects in New England.

    Roy Pedersen, AIA is Principal-In-Charge of Jacobs. Since joining the firm in early 1985, Roy has been involved in the design management of many large-scale projects. He is typically involved in a project from inception through construction, acting as a principal point of contact for the Owner’s Management, and as a policy coordinator for consultants and in-house teams. Upholding Jacobs’ commitment to client satisfaction, Roy assures that the design process meets clients’ expectations particularly concerning design development, timeframes and budgets. He is also focused on alternative project delivery methods. Included in these alternative delivery systems are integrated project delivery and the application of BIM technology for improving the quality of Jacobs’ services and meeting the demands of an ever-evolving industry. On large or small projects, he consistently uses a hands-on approach.

    Mr. Robert DeSalvio joined Wynn Resorts Development in March 2014 to assist with the company’s development activities. He oversees Wynn Resort’s development project in Everett, Massachusetts as President of Wynn Boston Harbor.  

    Prior to joining Wynn Resorts, DeSalvio served as President of Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. There he led the development, construction, government relations and staffing of the resort prior to opening. During his time at Sands, DeSalvio guided the resort to significant revenue growth.

    In 1976, DeSalvio began his career in the hospitality industry after joining the Denver Hilton Hotel team in Denver, Colorado. Gaining valuable knowledge and experience in Denver, DeSalvio took his skills to New York City and worked for Statler Hilton and Sheraton Hotels.

    DeSalvio later joined Sands Atlantic City in 1983, after spending two years as the National Sales Manager for Bally’s Atlantic City. During his time at Sands, DeSalvio held numerous positions, including Executive Vice President of Marketing.

    In 1997, DeSalvio became the Executive Vice President of Marketing for Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut. While serving as vice president, DeSalvio became a member of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Regional Tourism District. In addition, he was named Tourism Industry Person of the Year for the state of Connecticut by Governor Jodi Rell in 2005. Currently DeSalvio is a member of the Lasell College Hospitality Advisory Board, the Penn State School of Hospitality Management Industry Advisory Board and is a Member of the Board of Directors of Scholar Athletes.

    DeSalvio graduated from the University of Denver in 1978 from the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management. 

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