Based in BOND’s Providence, RI office, James “Bo” Koloski is responsible for establishing new relationships and reinforcing partnerships within Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts and Eastern Connecticut. With more than 17 years of business development experience within the A/E/C industry, James has a proven track record leading successful client strategy programs. His in-depth understanding of the healthcare and academic markets along with his results-driven management style offer strong value to BOND’s clients.
James has served in many roles on industry committees and volunteer organizations. These include: President of the VETS Memorial Auditorium Foundation in Providence, Member of The New England Institute of Technology’s Construction Management Advisory Committee, Member of the Providence Foundation, Past Member of Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza’s Economic Development Transition Subcommittee and Advisor to DownCity Design.
James received a B.A. in Political Science from Merrimack College. In addition, he is a recipient of the 2011 Exemplary Service Provider award from the Boston Chapter of the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA). He has been a keynote speaker for many industry organizations including Northeast Buildings & Facilities Management, Architecture Boston Expo and SMPS Boston.
Bo is a resident of Lincoln, Rhode Island where he lives with his wife and two sons. Originally from Cape Cod, he grew up playing lacrosse in high school and then at Merrimack College. Today he coaches both of his sons with the Cumberland Youth Lacrosse Association and the Central Kings. In addition, he has seen the inside of virtually every ice hockey rink in New England watching his sons play. An avid golfer, Bo also has a deep love of golf course design and architecture.