Sharon Jozokos, LEED AP
"I enjoy working at Columbia because I have the leeway and support to be able to manage my clients and work the way I see best suits my client's needs."

Sharon Jozokos, LEED AP

Vice President | Healthcare

Joined Columbia in 2016   

Sharon has a vast knowledge base of the various means and methods to implement a construction project. That’s what you get with over 25 years of experience in the construction industry. She earned her MBA at Boston College and she is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology. As the Vice President of Healthcare at Columbia, she works closely with the team to bring best practices, organization, innovation and passion to all Healthcare projects. Throughout her career, Sharon has been involved with various complex construction projects, from small-scale renovations up to $200+ million of new construction. Her in-depth experience and hands-on approach makes her a great team leader. Sharon is a LEED AP and she holds a ASHE Health Care Construction Certificate. In 2013, Sharon was honored by Wentworth Institute of Technology as “Woman of the Year.”

When she is not in the office, Sharon enjoys traveling and weaving in historical and educational experiences for her family, whenever possible. During her career, Sharon managed work in North Africa for 15 years and she was able to return there for a family Safari in the summer of 2018.


Since joining Columbia, Sharon has lead the efforts in our Healthcare group and is actively involved in many hospital related projects. Recent projects include:

  • Brigham and Women's | Mass General, Health Care Center at Foxborough Exam Rooms and CT Replacement
  • Partners HealthCare, Mass General Primary Care Assembly Row
  • Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Ambient MRI and Planning and Construction of Several Pharmacies
  • Hallmark Health | MelroseWakefield Hospital, Central Sterile Processing Renovation
  • Beverly Hospital, Cardiac Catherization Suite and Inpatient Tower AHU Replacement
  • Fenway Health, Multiple Renovations