Thomas Iskra, PE, LEED AP

Vice President of Operations

Tom Iskra is Vice President of Operations at BVH managing the firm’s Boston office. He has more than 18 years of experience in the project management and construction of innovative projects that maximize the efficiency and minimize the impacts on the environment.

Tom’s notable project experience includes Harvard’s House Renewal project, a comprehensive effort to give new life to the University’s 12 aging undergraduate houses. Stone Hall, formerly known as Old Quincy House, was the first to be studied as its size and neo-Georgian architecture provided valuable lessons that could be applied to the other buildings, and upon completion achieved LEED Platinum certification. Tom has also been actively involved with work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, UMass Boston, and the University of Notre Dame. An avid skier, Tom enjoys spending time with his family on the slopes in Vermont, as well as on the ballfields with his son and daughter.


Licensed Professional Engineer: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont
LEED Accredited Professional
Massachusetts Certified Public Purchasing Official (MCPPO)


Harvard Graduate School of Design, Master of Design Studies in Real Estate
University of California, Berkeley, Master of Science in Construction Engineering and Management
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering