As your advocate, we combine technical skill and accountability with real enthusiasm to drive success on your project.

"Fit" is everything.  Since founding Fort Point Project Management in 2000,  Steve Fox and Christine Mosholder have invested significant energy selecting and retaining people with congruent values, as well as similar work and play ethics to that of the company. 

The owners are actively engaged on projects and encourage the team to innovate every day in a collaborative environment.  Whether it's an incremental process improvement or a comprehensive real estate initiative rolled out across the enterprise, our people align  project goals and success metrics with our clients' overall business drivers.   

Leadership Team

  • Steve FoxSteve FoxOwner

    Steve Fox


    As co-founder of Fort Point Project Management, Steve Fox is a seasoned real estate professional with over twenty-five years of project management and development experience.

    Most recently, he completed the new 360,000 square foot fit-out and relocation for Goodwin in the rapidly emerging Seaport district. Steve is currently managing exciting initiatives for diverse clients including Agero, Reliant Medical Group, LevelUP and Brown University. Steve holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Boston Architectural Center, and in addition to his involvement with many real estate organizations, he has contributed time and expertise as a board member for the YMCA of the North Shore, Boston Childrens’ Services, The Home for Little Wanderers, and served as Vice Chairman of the Swampscott Building Committee.

  • Views of Financial DistrictViews of Financial DistrictBoston Harborwalk

    Views of Financial District

    Boston Harborwalk

    The Boston Harborwalk is a cooperative project of the City of Boston, the Boston Planning and Development Agency, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, The Boston Harbor Association, and private property developers. For the past 30 years, the project has established parks, walking paths, educational sites, transportation facilities, and other amenities along the harbor. A beautiful addition the the neighborhood, the lush green spaces, and stunning views of the Financial District contribute to making Fort Point Channel a great place to work.

  • Christine MosholderChristine MosholderOwner

    Christine Mosholder


    As co-founder of Fort Point Project Management, Christine Mosholder has over twenty years of project management and transition management experience.

    Currently, Christine is working with Fort Point PM team members on a large scale Millipore lab and office project relocating critical analytical and management teams into a new 250,000 sf facility in Burlington, Massachusetts. Christine earned a BS in Interior Design from Cornell University and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Babson College, as well as Entrepreneur of the Year from CREW Boston. Additionally, she founded a nonprofit, The Furniture Trust, in an effort to provide an environmentally and socially responsible solution to the disposition of used office furnishings by connecting excess products with local schools and nonprofits.

  • Boston Wharf CompanyBoston Wharf CompanyFort Point Channel District

    Boston Wharf Company

    Fort Point Channel District

    The Boston Wharf Company heavily contributed to the development of the Fort Point neighborhood between 1836 and 1882. The BWC cleared unestablished lots and programmed the streets, naming them after officers in the company and principal tenants. Warehouse and manufacturing structures consumed the land creating Boston’s main production and marketing center of wool and fabrics. After the wool trade declined, the buildings were abandoned. Years later, warehouses were urbanized to residential lofts which supported the creation of today’s Fort Point Arts Community.

  • The BottleThe Bottle308 Congress St.

    The Bottle

    308 Congress St.

    Built in 1934 by Arthur Gagner, the Bottle’ s original purpose was to sell Gagner’ s homemade ice cream on Route 44 in Taunton, MA.

    Decades later the structure was abandoned when Hood decided to purchase, restore and donate it to the Boston Children’s Museum The bottle made its journey to Fort Point by barge in April of 1977, many calling the event the “Great Bottle Sail.” The bottle is 40 feet tall 15,000 pounds; it would take about 58,620 gallons to fill.


  • Jim McCafferyJim McCafferyDirector of Project Services

    Jim McCaffery

    Director of Project Services

    With over 30 years of real estate experience, Jim’s project management expertise combines smart design, technical acumen and good judgment as an advocate for our clients.

    As Putnam Investments’ Project Manager for their new headquarters in Boston, Jim is responsible for driving critical schedule and budget goals for a 250,000 square foot project that includes the construction of a new roof terrace, state-of-the-art conference center and auditorium as well as eight floors of new office space.  Jim’s ability to promote a trusted team environment maximizes the contributions of every discipline: architects; engineers; builders and furniture vendors, as he proves to be invaluable to clients.

  • Congress St. BridgeCongress St. BridgeCongress St, Boston MA

    Congress St. Bridge

    Congress St, Boston MA


    Built in 1930, the Congress Street Bridge was the largest and most highly ornamented Strauss overhead counterweight Bascule bridges in Massachusetts. Due age and corrosion of its steel members, it no longer met the demands of modern traffic and was converted into a fixed bridge through the removal of counterweight in 2008.

  • Debra SaltonDebra SaltonDirector of Client Relations

    Debra Salton

    Director of Client Relations

    Deb is not only a seasoned project manager, she excels at anticipating client needs and nurturing long term client relationships.

    Traveling throughout the US to manage projects for Liberty Mutual Insurance, Deb combines her calm, practical approach with her technical expertise to guarantee success for our clients. From site selection and due diligence to construction oversight and relocations, Deb advocates for the client’s needs and provides thoughtful recommendations to facilitate timely, sound decision making. Deb is committed to innovative ways to further support and collaborate with our clients.

  • Mike BogdanMike BogdanSenior Project Manager - Team Lead

    Mike Bogdan

    Senior Project Manager - Team Lead

    With eight years as a construction manager before joining Fort Point PM, Mike applies his estimating and building experience to “out of the ground” new construction and tenant improvement projects.

    Mike is currently working on an 80,000 SF build out/relocation in Boston as well as several medium/small size projects. Mike recently completed a Temple project that included a 3-story building expansion and renovation of the existing facility in Needham, MA. The Temple project was awarded the IFMA Awards of Excellence Best Medium Size project. Additionally, Mike just completed a multi-phase, 100,000 SF build out/relocation for a Global Law Firm in Boston. Mike has a BS in Construction Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology.

  • “SOS”“SOS”Safety Orange Swimmers


    Safety Orange Swimmers

    The thriving Fort Point neighborhood is a creative district that communicates through the language of art.

    Recently commissioned by the Fort Point Arts Community, Ann Hirsch and Jeremy Angier created the newest installation housed in the Fort Point Channel basin. The piece is formally named “Safety Orange Swimmers” and features twenty two orange human figurines clinging to inner tubes, stranded in the water. The intent of the piece is to serve as a reminder of the immigrant history of America as it relates to today’s refugee crisis facing the world.  “Each figure represents nearly 1 million of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ estimated 21.3 million refugees in the world today,” notes Angier.

    All figures were cast from the same mold; Angier rendered the mass digitally and both artists sculpted it in clay and then made casts in polyurethane foam. The figures and the inner tubes are a single piece, painted and anchored to a firm framework that keeps the cluster bobbing in formation, without intertwining. SOS took six weeks to complete and will be displayed through the end of the year. “There’s a vulnerability to them,” Angier says. “They’re dwarfed in that big space.”

  • Brittany FentonBrittany FentonSenior Project Manager - Team Lead

    Brittany Fenton

    Senior Project Manager - Team Lead

    Specializing in corporate and high tech construction projects, Brittany is exceptional at building project team consensus while clearly establishing clients’ budget and schedule goals.

    Brittany recently completed a 40,000 sf multi-phased expansion project for Boston Consulting Group requiring focused budget tracking and continuous communication with the design and construction teams. Integrating existing space and a growing employee population with the new space, required new technology and AV solutions, as well as a balanced design approach to private vs. collaboration zones. Earning a BS and MS in Facilities Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Brittany lives for Gantt charts and metrics and leads our internal Team Building Team.

  • Starry NightStarry Nightby Lisa Greenfield and Daniel J. van Ackere

    Starry Night

    by Lisa Greenfield and Daniel J. van Ackere

    Created in 2009 as part of the Fort Point Arts Community‘s Winter Solstice Public Art Series and with a budget of $1000, Starry night was originally made of thousands of LED holiday lights and heavy-duty binder clips. Initially slated for an eight week installation, the piece was welcomed with such interest that it remained 18 months (maximum time allowed by the Boston Art Commission) before being taken down and disappointing the residents who enjoyed its presence. To make the project more permanent, the creators in partnership with FPAC, hired engineers and applied for and received a planning grant from New England Foundation for the Arts in 2011. The piece was redesigned to incorporate state of the art technology and a fully programmable interface. Starry Night is scheduled to brighten Fort Point for the next ten years.

Acting On Our Values


Fort Point University

Committed to our employee’s career development, we have customized a monthly curriculum comprised of real estate trends, new technologies and best practices.


The Furniture Trust

Dedicated to sustainability, Christine Mosholder founded The Furniture Trust, a 501©3 organization that connects unwanted office furniture with local non-profits and schools providing a green solution to furniture disposition.


Wellness for Women in Real Estate

As a wellness advocate, Fort Point Project Management is a major sponsor of Wellness for Women in Real Estate, an organization that promotes networking through fitness classes and a healthy lifestyle.

Careers at Fort Point PM

Join our Fort Point PM team of forward thinking project leaders.
  • Project Manager

    Project Manager

    Project Manager candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of project management experience coordinating research and development / lab / biotechnology projects.  Candidates with backgrounds in construction management, architecture or engineering are encouraged to apply.  Potential projects range from small lab relocations to large-scale renovations throughout New England.

    Skills and Qualifications

    • Coordinate selection and engagement of project team members
    • Assist in due diligence for potential site selection
    • Manage the project process from site selection and design to construction and relocation
    • Review and translate plans and specifications
    • Develop and faciliatate RFP’s for construction managers and specialty vendors
    • Establish workflow and decision making protocol with internal / external team members
    • Develop and manage project budget and schedule
    • Manage day-to-day activities including design, construction, equipment and furniture
    • Review and reconcile construction manager’s pay requests and change requests
    • Coordinate with all proprietary vendors for lab equipment installation, calibration, testing. etc.
    • Lead regular project meetings and generate project reporting
    • Monitor punchlist to completion

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