BOSTON— project management firm RF Walsh Collaborative Partners announced the addition of Patrick Murphy as project manager and Tatiana Tsepkova as project accountant.
In this role, Murphy will be responsible for project team management, service delivery, and administration for a variety of educational and institutional clients. Tsepkova’s responsibilities include working with project managers on all cost control budgets, reporting, and project invoicing – to help ensure client’s projects come in on time and under budget.
“Both Patrick and Tatiana have remarkable experience in the field of project management and we are pleased to welcome them to our team,” said Jack Hobbs, president and CEO of RF Walsh Collaborative Partners. “Their talent, knowledge of the industry, and ability to work on a wide range of projects translates into additional value for our clients.”
RF Walsh Collaborative Partners is currently providing project management services for more than 25 clients throughout New England, totaling over $1.5 billion in project development. The firm has spent 30 years serving a variety of industries, including healthcare, life sciences, education, and commercial and residential real estate.
Both Murphy and Tsepkova have extensive experience operating in the New England market. Prior to joining RF Walsh Collaborative Partners, Murphy was employed by Turner Construction where his roles included project manager, superintendent, and field engineer. He has also previously worked as an engineer in nuclear stations across the United States.
Prior to joining RF Walsh Collaborative Partners, Tsepkova spent four years with Skanska in Boston as a project accountant working on a number of multi-million dollar projects for companies such as Logan Airport Terminal, Genzyme Labs Buildings and the Harvard Bio-Recourse Institute. Tsepkova also worked at Modern Continental Construction Company as a senior accountant.
Murphy graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY). He is currently a certified Engineer in Training (EIT) and resides in Boston.
Tsepkova received her Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Omsk Polytechnic University (Omsk, Russia) and her Master’s degree in Finance from Moscow University of Economics and Finance. She currently lives in Newton.