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 FoxDirector of Project Delivery

    Steve Fox

    Director of Project Delivery

    In 2000, Steve was a Founding Partner of Fort Point Project Management, a project management consulting firm that provided strategic facilities and project management solutions.

    Fort Point PM, which merged with Cumming in 2021, cultivated a number of service partnerships with corporate and R&D clients, including financial institutions, life sciences companies, and more.

    Over the past 20+ years, Steve has delivered complex project solutions for his corporate, technology, legal, healthcare, and professional services clients. Previously, Steve acted as the project director providing comprehensive pre-lease, planning, due diligence, and project management services for such clients as Mass Mutual, Agero, Amundi Pioneer, Goodwin, Morrison Foerrester, and Arnold Worldwide, to name a few. Steve’s proven ability to partner with the C-Suite, senior leadership, and key project stakeholders to support their real estate and business objectives has proven critical to his success.

    Steve holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Boston Architectural Center. In addition to his involvement with numerous real estate organizations, he has contributed time and expertise as a board member for the YMCA of the North Shore, Boston Childrens Services, and The Home for Little Wanderers.

  • Christine MosholderChristine MosholderSenior Vice President

    Christine Mosholder

    Senior Vice President

    Christine was a Founding Partner of Fort Point Project Management, which was founded in 2000 and merged with Cumming in 2021.

    With more than 25 years of professional experience, she has significantly grown the life science sector, representing more than half of Fort Point PM’s revenues.  Christine’s expertise in strategic planning, project management, and transition management, have been applied over the years to several sectors, in addition to lab projects, including healthcare.  Driven to continuously improve processes and scale up, Christine is always looking for effective technology solutions and systems that provide real time data for informed decision making.

    Christine holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Cornell University, as well as an MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship from Babson College in Wellesley, MA. She is a member of ISPE. She also founded The Furniture Trust, a nonprofit committed to environmentally and socially responsible solutions to excess office furnishings by connecting the product with local schools and nonprofits. Most recently, Christine established Wellness for Women in Real Estate (WWIRE), which hosts wellness networking events for women in the real estate industry.

  • Derek LeclercDerek LeclercDirector of Business Development

    Derek Leclerc

    Director of Business Development

    Derek is a Director of Business Development focused on driving and developing project opportunities across multiple sectors. 

    In addition to his extensive expertise in business development, Derek has significant experience managing client relationships, overseeing sales life cycles, and developing and implementing go-to-market strategies in both the product and service industries.  


  • Brittany FentonBrittany FentonAccount Director

    Brittany Fenton

    Account Director

    As a life science expert, Brittany leads construction and relocation initiatives for lab and office projects including animal care facilities and automation labs.

    Brittany manages the Beam Therapeutics relationship which started four years ago designing and constructing their first generation of lab and office space in Kendal Square.  The success of their research has resulted in a long-term relationship and ongoing projects to support their now 200,000 square foot portfolio that continues to grow.  Additionally, Brittany manages the Biogen account, where Fort Point PM has completed a significant master planning initiative and is currently the Program Manager on a sizable, multi-phased Cambridge renovation project.

    Brittany holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Facilities Planning and Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology, and is skilled in AutoCAD, BlueBeam, Smartsheets, Manhattan Centerstone, FM Systems, Adobe Photoshop, Sketch Up, iOffice, and Archibus.

  • Sylvia BeaulieuSylvia BeaulieuDirector of Business Development

    Sylvia Beaulieu

    Director of Business Development

    Sylvia is a skilled Director of Business Development with 30 years of experience. 

    Over the course of her accomplished career, Sylvia has built strong relationships and networks with key thought leaders and stakeholders of influence in the Boston/New England area. She has spent a large portion of her career working within the life science community, giving her a nuanced understanding of this unique and specialized sector.

  • Allie DanielAllie DanielOperations Manager

    Allie Daniel

    Operations Manager

    As Operations Manager, Allie Daniel ensures that the company is well-positioned in a rapidly evolving and competitive environment by being an agent for ongoing organizational change. 

    Allie helps to ensure that Fort Point’s strategies are clearly understood by all stakeholders and that the company is achieving its strategic goals at the optimum pace. She has a multitude of knowledge in account/vendor management, policy creation, and business strategy, and has assisted teams in developing strong project communication while maximizing execution. 

  • Walter KucharskiWalter KucharskiAccount Director

    Walter Kucharski

    Account Director

    As an Account Director, Walter combines his background of architecture, construction, and real estate development with his experience in owner’s representation and project management.

    He applies this diverse skill set to each project to achieve unique client goals while managing all aspects of overall project implementation.

    With more than 15 years of experience, Walter has been exposed to a wide variety of projects, ranging from 1,500-sq.-ft. tenant fit-outs to 115,000-sq.-ft. mixed-use buildings. He has been responsible for overseeing all aspects of design and construction, from initial planning through final occupancy, while working directly with developers and building owners. Walter has also been instrumental in supporting the growth of dynamic clients such as Ginkgo Bioworks by providing scalable, organizational and project management solutions.

    Walter holds a Master of Architecture degree from Boston Architectural College as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering and Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology. He currently holds Massachusetts licenses as a Construction Supervisor and Real Estate Salesperson and has completed OSHA’s 30-hour Construction Certification Training. He is proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, Sketch-up, Adobe Creative Suite, and Smartsheets.

  • Diane AccicaDiane AccicaAccount Director

    Diane Accica

    Account Director

    Diane has an extensive background in project management and real estate operations.

    Her executive positions in the real estate groups at CIGNA, CVS, and IGT provide an invaluable perspective for our clients. Her ability to communicate project goals, financial data, and critical path information to stakeholders at all levels guarantees efficient teamwork and informed decision-making for our clients.

    Diane’s assignments have included MassBio’s 23,000-sq.-ft. office and conference center fit-out in Cambridge; the 125,000-sq.-ft., multi-phased renovation of Agios’ office and lab facility in Cambridge; and a new building at the Walker School in Needham, which was part of a multi-year master plan to improve and expand their campus. The new Walker School building, for which Diane managed the construction, is surrounded by occupied classroom and dormitory buildings that operate 24/7 and thus required special attention to safety and acoustics.

    Prior to joining the firm, Diane managed a 2,500,000-sq.-ft. portfolio for AECOM across the Northeast region of the United States and Canada. She served as the single point of contact for all real estate activities for business unit executives in the Northeast. This is where she honed her financial and analytical skills, researching and comparing potential sites, reviewing leases, and completing financial analysis to provide informed recommendations.

  • Christina ArlinChristina ArlinProject Manager

    Christina Arlin

    Project Manager

    Christina is an expert in project and move management, as well as facilities planning and CAFM Management for the corporate, bio-pharmaceutical, and life science sectors.

    Christina is proficient in many of the current CAFM and IWMS technology solutions, including managing software implementations, coordinating enterprise standardization, and providing system maintenance to many of our clients.

    Christina received a Bachelor of Science degree in Facilities Planning and Management from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Prior to joining the company, she worked as an AutoCAD instructor for high school students, a CAD operator, and a Case Manager for four developmentally disabled women, for whom she maintained their personal budget, healthcare needs, and behavior plans. In her spare time, Christina actively volunteers in her 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.


  • 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.

  • Artist CommunityArtist CommunityFort Point Channel District

    Artist Community

    Fort Point Channel District

    Fort Point is home to over 300 artists who produce work in a wide array of media. It is recognized as one of New England’s largest artists’ communities. The historic warehouse buildings of Fort Point house painters, photographers, sculptors, designers, ceramicists, performance artists, jewelers, book artists, digital media artists, and more. The Fort Point Arts Community builds cultural vibrancy in Boston by cultivating an empowered community of artists, organizations, and supporters. FPAC promotes the work of our artists to a broad and diverse audience, advocates for art opportunities, develops permanent, affordable live-work studio space and ensures that art is an essential part of the life of a creative city.

  • 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.

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.

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