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​Current Responsibilities 
Rick Migliorelli serves as Senior Vice President of Project Development Services. He leads the project management multi-site practice for a  number of Fortune 500 clients.​ A retail industry veteran and a member of our Project and Development team, Rick  has over 20 years of experience managing  retail design, construction and facilities functions for several of the nation’s leading retailers and facilities service providers. He has a reputation for creating efficiencies through best practices, outsourcing, and technology solutions and is well-regarded for his ability to intuitively address both operational and execution issues. An advocate of “value engineering,” Rick strives to achieve branding in the most efficient manner possible through solid business practices and management. 

  •  Steve & Barry’s Corporation, VP of Architecture, Construction, Engineering & Facilities
  • Ann Taylor Corporation, Vice President of Store Development & Facilities
  • Toys R Us, Inc.,​ National Director of Design Services. 
Most notably, Rick helped deliver the Toys R Us, Inc.'s largest project in its history—its flagship Times Square store with more then 100 licensed shops, a budget of nearly $100MM, and an aggressive 18-month schedule. The project was successfully completed on time and under budget and named “Store of the Year” by both the American Institute of Architects and the Store Planning, Engineering, and Construction Institute. It is also the only store to ever win a Cleo award. During his tenure at Toys R Us , 

Rick lead a project team for the Kids R Us Flagship store project at Herald Center.  He was also chosen to manage the design and construction of the company’s new 600,000 square foot headquarters location.

Education, Professional Licensures and Affiliations
Rick attended the New Jersey Institute of Technology and is a registered architect in the states of New York and New Jersey as well as a member of the American Institute of Architects.