Daniel J. Shaw is a Massachusetts licensed Construction Supervisor with 38 years of experience encompassing virtually every aspect of the construction industry.
Mr. Shaw graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Curry College in 1975. For 3 years prior to earning his degree and for the 7 years following, he served as a construction supervisor for Schofield Realty Trust. In 1982, he joined Design Housing where he has played a major role for the past 28 years as a project manager and vice president.
Prior to his career with Design Housing, Mr. Shaw was a player for the New England Patriots in the National Football League and the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League.
Steven A. Kosowsky joined Design Housing in 1994 as Vice President for Development. Since joining the firm, Mr. Kosowsky has been involved with all aspects of real estate development including land acquisition, regulatory approvals, product design, construction management, sales and marketing.
A 1983 graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, he started his professional career with Northrop Corporation as a design engineer working on inertial guidance systems. In 1985 he was recruited to the Gillette Company as a development engineer where he remained until he enrolled in the Harvard Business School from which he received an MBA, with honors, in 1989.
Following his graduation from Harvard, Mr. Kosowsky spent 2 years as a manager for Corporate Decisions Inc., a management consulting firm specializing in revenue generation strategies. He later served as vice president of operations for MediClean, a start-up firm in the medical equipment industry.
He currently serves as the Chairman of the Radiation Oncology Visiting Committee at Massachusetts General Hospital, a position he has held since 2001.
Arnold M. Soloway has been involved as a principal in housing development and construction since 1960. He founded and incorporated Design Housing in 1975, a company now widely respected for its integrity, experience and performance.
Prior to his full-time involvement in real estate activity, Mr. Soloway earned a Doctorate degree in Economics at Harvard University in 1952, taught on its faculty until 1960, and was elected Chairman of the Graduate Society Council in 1982. Following his 1952 analysis of Boston's financial problems, he was asked to and did serve on the Mayor's Committee on Boston's Finances from 1953-1957. From 1961-62 he served as Special Advisor on Fiscal Affairs to Governor John A. Volpe. From 1964-1966 he was Special Consultant to the (U.S.) Economic Development Administration. From 1974-1979 he was Director-at-Large, National Bureau of Economic Research. In 1978-79 he served as Chairman, Mayor's Special Commission on Boston Public Housing.
In addition to his professional activities, Mr. Soloway has been recognized for his notable commitment to public service, educational, civic and charitable organizations.