John Mucciarone, Vice President / Senior Field Superintendent
When John Mucciarone joined National Interiors in 2005 as a millwork general foreman, the scope of the firm’s expertise expanded dramatically. A career master carpenter specializing in millwork and a proven leader with more than two decades of experience in the field, Mucciarone quickly rose to the rank of senior field superintendent, overseeing more than 85 workers in all aspects of National Interiors contracts. He was instrumental in the firm’s expansion into millwork from a predominately flooring-specialized company.
Mucciarone’s exposure to construction began as a child, as his father held a position at Local Union 6A. Upon graduating from high school, Mucciarone joined Local Union 32B in the maintenance department, moved on to a cabinet making shop where he specialized in fabrication and installation, and eventually joined a prominent firm as a foreman in 1982.
Mucciarone has worked on an array of high-profile and high-end projects, some of which include The Museum of Modern Art; The Rainbow Room; the Chapel and Mausoleum at Saint John’s Cemetery; Price Waterhouse; Alan & Co.; and the YMCA at the Park Laurel. Since joining National Interiors in 2005, he has overseen many notable projects which include Chanel, the Nokia Theater, and multi-million dollar condominiums in the Time Warner Center and 1 Trump Plaza.