Joseph G. Piccini, CPM

Joseph G. Piccini, CPM
Vice President of Property Management

As Vice President of Property Management, Mr. Piccini is responsible for the overall financial and physical aspects of approximately 12 million square feet of commercial office, medical office, retail, clinical and research laboratories, mixed-use, and multi-family residential properties.

In addition Mr. Piccini also oversees Oxford’s business assets including, 800 residential units, as well as the company’s hospitality portfolio consisting of the Hyatt House Pittsburgh, Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh South, Doubletree by Hilton in Monroeville Pennsylvania, and the Monroeville Convention Center.

 

Mr. Piccini’s overall experience includes directing and monitoring the day-to-day activities of property and operation managers, operating and capital budget preparation, maintaining expense controls, planning and reporting, supervision of personnel, lease administration, tenant relations, property inspections, supervision of third-party vendors, assistance in tenant improvement and capital projects, risk management and general accounting including financial statement preparation. Mr. Piccini leads the pre-opening and start up for Oxford’s newly developed properties including commercial, parking, and residential facilities.

Mr. Piccini began his career with Oxford Development Company in the Accounting Department in 1985. He moved into the Property Management Department shortly thereafter and rose to the position of Senior Property Manager. In 1995, Joe and his family moved to Kuwait and he was instrumental in the creation of a facility management company. After returning to Pittsburgh in March 1999, Oxford rehired Mr. Piccini, establishing him as a leader in the Property Management Department and resulting in his promotion to the position of Assistant Vice President.

Mr. Piccini has his BSBA and MBA from Robert Morris University in addition to being a Certified Property Manager (CPM). He is a Board member of BOMA and is an active instructor in the BOMA RPA program and serves on the board of the Pittsburgh Building Owners Welfare Fund and PACT.