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About Us

Established in the heart of the recession of 2010, PH&C established its reputation for creating value by providing 3rd party land development and construction management services for developers concerned about maintaining critical expertise while controlling costs.  We manage projects for a wide range of clients that require careful planning and meticulous execution.  PH&C has established trusted relationships with developers, land owners, business owners, government agencies, and development consulting firms by providing integrated commercial property assessment, design management, pre-construction, and construction management services.

Mission Statement:

  • We provide value to our clients by providing a cost effective solution for their needs for expertise in a full range of construction and real estate development services.

Core Values:

  • We treat our client’s money like our own

  • We are there when our clients need us, 24-7

  • We are honest, fair, and our clients’ biggest advocate

Key Personnel:


Paul Harris brings over 22 years of construction & real estate development experience across a wide range of project sectors including; retail, office, institutional, hospital & healthcare, warehouse, transit, and light industrial. A strong sustainable movement proponent, Paul has been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2006 and has led several LEED projects thru certification, and is an active member of the USGBC.

At PH&C, Paul has managed the development of numerous retail and office projects for such clients as CVS Pharmacy, Wawa Food Markets, PNC, Bank of America, and many more.  These projects include numerous brown field redevelopments that returned formerly contaminated sites back into economic productivity and created value for the owners.

Prior to starting PH&C, Paul Harris spent 3 years at Regency Centers, designing & building several retail shopping centers managing investments of over $50,000,000.  The largest development, a Target anchored, 240,000 SF retail shopping center including Regency Centers first multi- tenant green building, which received a LEED C&S Silver rating.

Before moving to development, Paul spent 7 years with Target Building Construction and managed a large repeat client base specializing in Design-Build projects, which he advocates as a superior project delivery method.

Paul graduated from Penn State University with a BS in Civil Engineering in 1992, and was commissioned as an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers, supporting numerous military contingency and peace keeping operations with construction & engineering support.

STEPHANIE HARRISTreasurer / Secretary

Stephanie is the Treasurer / Secretary responsible for reviewing financial data, managing account payables, receivables, preparing budgets and monitoring expenditures & costs. She has over 10 years experience in construction and real estate. Before joining PH&C, she had served five years at Regency Centers as the Office Manager/ Executive Assistant.  Mrs. Harris earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Pennsylvania State University.

JAMES DeNAVE, PEDirector of Operations

Jim has over 27 years of experience in the civil engineering/land development field. Jim’s site design experience is complimented by his four years of traffic and roadway design, and several years of civil site design. Prior to PH&C, Jim worked for both Bohler Engineering and Traffic Planning & Design. He leads our team’s entitlements efforts, utilizing his expertise in procuring project entitlements as cost effectively as possible while staying focused on constructibility of each project. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania. Jim has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Pennsylvania.

JEFFREY McCLINTOCK, PEDirector of Construction

Jeff has over 27 years of civil engineering experience in both private and public practice, including over 15 years working for local government. He manages all aspects of land development and construction for various commercial projects. Before joining PH&C, he served as the Township Engineer for local government where he was responsible for all engineering activities, including land development processing and project management. Jeff has successfully completed the 30-Hour OSHA Hazard Recognition Training for the Construction Industry. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and Maryland, as well as a Certified Floodplain Manager. Jeff has a Bachelor of Arts in Physics from Lycoming College and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University.

RICH RYCHARSKIDirector of Development

Rich has over 35 years of direct decision-making responsibility as an owner’s representative in the private real estate developer marketplace. Rich has a keen understanding of clients’ needs, and focuses on satisfying their project management service objectives. Rich has been involved in every phase of the land development process of turn-key projects including: preliminary site assessments, acquisition/disposition, leasing, entitlements, funding, construction management from start through to closeout and turnover. Rich has completed a wide variety of both greenfield and brownfield projects, ranging from residential apartments and single family sub-divisions, stand-alone single tenant sites to large big box anchored shopping centers. Rich is well accustomed to the challenges of early problem identification and utilizes creative solutions to minimize project delays or additional expenses, and creates high value to our clients. Rich received his degree from Temple University’s College of Engineering.

DAN BOBROWICZSenior Construction Manager

Dan has over 35 years’ experience in development and construction, having functioned as senior construction management for landowners, real estate developers, and major corporations.  Dan’s skill set is concentrated on taking projects through due diligence for project feasibility and design management, into construction and all the way to tenant delivery.  His national experience provides a base of knowledge that includes retail, industrial, commercial, self-storage and hospitality. Dan was active in the growth years with Pep Boys, having been involved with approximately 50% of all stores built in the US and Puerto Rico. Dan has successfully completed several million square feet of warehouse space along the east coast, including brown field sites, as well as five hundred thousand square feet of self-storage in New York, New Jersey and Florida. Dan was instrumental in the development of serval shopping centers, totaling in excess of one million square feet, leading teams that delivered on time and on budget. He is a retired Captain in the PAARNG, where he served in both armor and armor cavalry leadership positions. Dan uses his experience to assist non-profit local organizations with construction and facility management items by serving on various boards. Dan is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, with a degree in statistical economics.

ROB RAQUETSenior Project Manager

Rob has over 35 years’ experience in site construction, land acquisition, land development approvals and municipal construction processes. While working with major site development contracting firms in the greater Philadelphia region, Rob sharpened his skills to determine what construction techniques and methods can be utilized to reduce cost to the clients by developing efficient designs, with the most economical materials, and reducing construction timelines to deliver projects to the client on time and below budget. This value engineering approach has resulted in millions of dollars in cost savings over his career, and has helped Rob develop and maintain strong relationships with many of the Civil Engineering and Land Development firms throughout the region. His deep experience in residential, commercial, industrial design and construction provides the foundation of knowledge of the site construction industry, and Rob is viewed as a trusted resource for Engineering Firms, advising them on construction means and methods, material selections, and other field engineering questions. Rob feels that open discussions on ways to reduce costs thru value engineering results in a win-win situation for the design engineer, site contractor and ultimately for the client. Rob is a graduate of Spring Garden College with a degree in Civil Engineering.

LOUIS HARRISDirector of Marketing

Before joining PH&C in 2017, Lou amassed over 25 years’ experience in sales and marketing positions with steel and concrete manufacturers, steel rail/trackwork distributors, and specialty steel fabricators serving a multitude of companies in the railroad, metals manufacturing, mining and other heavy industries. He developed sharp skills in building relationships and trust by identifying product efficiencies and diligently following through to deliver on promises. This resulted in multi-year customer relations which generated multi-million-dollar revenues. Lou was immersed in the PH&C program and received first-hand experience in many facets of the business, using his professional communication skills to identify critical path items, focus on benchmarks, and facilitate discussions with all parties to get to the root of issues raised in the field, ultimately allowing the team to reach a successful consensus. His recent experience and knowledge in residential and commercial development processes, and of PH&C’s core strengths, allows him to target and qualify potential new clients as a good fit for working together. Lou has completed his OSHA 30-hour certification and is a competent person when visiting job sites. Lou is a graduate of Bloomsburg University with a degree in Business Management.

NOAH LYNCH Construction Coordinator:

Noah spent over 2 years helping manage the development of 300+ single and multifamily residential rental units in many aspects of the project. Noah has been with PH&C since August 2020, documenting and administering numerous construction projects with drone aerial photos, site visit reports, managing drawings, submittals, RFI logs, utility coordination and investigations, and general project management. Noah has completed his OSHA 30-hour certification and is a competent person when visiting job sites. Noah is a graduate of Temple University’s Fox School of Business in Philadelphia, PA, with a Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in risk management and insurance.