Rob Dooley

Proud Father | Hard Worker | Lifelong Learner

"I love that I get the opportunity to work with such an amazingly talented team at Columbia to overcome obstacles and deliver a product that the owner's and end user's can be proud of."

Rob Dooley


Joined Columbia in 2015   

As a Superintendent at Columbia, Rob is responsible for the management of the construction site, including all subcontractors and field staff. He has provided his construction expertise for a variety of client types, including federal, corporate, and retail clients. On the job site, Rob believes in constantly looking for new ways to improve how project goals are achieved and how schedules can be shortened. Since joining Columbia in 2015, Rob’s most significant project accomplishment has been the complete redesign and refurbishment of Berklee College of Music’s 150 Massachusetts Avenue mixed-use building project.


When not out in the field, Rob enjoys the great outdoors. Spending time in the water on a wakeboard or kayak, is reenergizing for Rob. When Rob was just nine years old he entered a contest at UMass Lowell to rename the University Mascot. Out of the 154 submissions, Rob’s entry won the popular vote and the Chief’s logo was retired and the River Hawks were born.