INTECH’s principals encourage the staff to work hard, to pay attention to details, and to follow through on every commitment. The INTECH team includes the highest level of expertise, skill, and experience. We have been dedicated to building trust and delivering excellence to our clients for more than 30 years.

Our History

Founded by Craig “Sab” Sabatino and Will Schwartz in 1986, INTECH has evolved from its humble beginnings to become a major Philadelphia presence, constructing many prominent projects in the region. At the company’s founding, Will and Sab shared a belief that they could offer a distinctly different, service-oriented, personal approach to the construction industry, honoring the principles of craftsmanship, quality, and integrity. More than thirty years later, these values continue to guide INTECH’s philosophy and form the cornerstone of the company’s culture. INTECH is proud to serve the area’s major academic and cultural institutions, the healthcare, hospitality, and business sectors, and private development.

Craig Sabatino

Craig Sabatino

Co-Founder & Managing Principal

As co-founder of INTECH Construction and a native South Philadelphian, Craig “Sab” Sabatino is the son of the late John S. Sabatino, a regionally-known architect. Having worked for local construction firms in management positions prior to the formation of INTECH, Sab is recognized today by the business community as a man with a powerful work ethic and great tenacity.

Sab takes an active, hands-on approach to management, visiting job sites regularly and staying abreast of project issues as they happen. Clients who have worked with INTECH attest to his dedication, commitment, and involvement in the daily activities of each job he oversees. Twice recognized as “Entrepreneur of The Year,” Sab was also included in Philadelphia’s prestigious “40 under 40” list early in his career. In 2017, he was inducted into Drexel University’s Drexel 100. He sits on the Board of Directors of the William Penn Charter Athletic Honor Society, and is a Trustee of the John S. Sabatino Art Award Scholarship Fund.

Sab is a graduate of Gettysburg College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration, and Drexel University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management.

Will Schwartz

Will Schwartz

Co-Founder

Will Schwartz co-founded INTECH Construction with the confidence that the new company would succeed by applying creative thinking, tenacity, and hard work to every project, for every client. He continues to lead the company through a bridging of client vision with construction realities, never wavering from the belief that there is a collaborative solution to every situation.

A master of conceptual thinking, Will is adept at solving projects’ logistical, constructability, and financial issues. With an inherent sense of fairness blended with a firm self-determination, Will has a great capacity to serve his company and community at very deep levels. He has twice received the honor of “Entrepreneur of The Year” and was also the recipient of Philadelphia’s “40 under 40” award. Will is a member of the Board of Directors of The Museum of the American Revolution, and AJC of Philadelphia / Southern New Jersey.

A native of Peru, Will holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering / Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly

Principal, Vice President, LEED AP

Joe Kelly is a Principal and Vice President, and the driving force behind the success of INTECH’s Renovations and Interiors Department. Joe leads this group on intricate and fast-paced projects for clients in retail, academia, healthcare, and institutions. Joe’s strong team focus and aggressive, professional approach to scope evaluation, value engineering, cost control, estimating, and purchasing are highly-valued assets. Joe is a LEED Accredited Professional, and is well-versed in issues of sustainability.

Joe’s significant knowledge of the Philadelphia regional marketplace contributes to his success in achieving project budgets. Joe’s projects benefit from his continued participation, from initial budget through to final completion.

Joe received a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from Spring Garden College.

Blaise Lutz

Blaise Lutz

Principal, General Counsel & Vice President

Blaise Lutz is Principal, General Counsel & Vice President, where he is directly responsible for the internal operations of the company. First joining INTECH in 1996 as a Project Accountant, Blaise has grown with INTECH and now manages the firm’s overall financial reporting process. Utilizing his legal education, Blaise oversees the negotiation of contracts and leases for INTECH, and directs the corporate risk management effort. He also manages the insurance and bonding program to ensure that INTECH fulfills its contractual obligations, and he directs the insurance claims process. In conjunction with these responsibilities, Blaise serves as liaison with outside counsel in all legal matters.

Blaise earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Villanova University and a Juris Doctor degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law.
David Maguire

David Maguire

Principal, Vice President, LEED AP

David Maguire is a Principal and Vice President, with professional construction industry experience in the roles of Superintendent, Project Manager, Director of Field Operations, and Vice President of Construction. With extensive experience in schedules, logistics, and quality control, he has a widespread knowledge of effective management methods for each phase of the construction process.

As Vice President, Dave oversees INTECH’s construction operations, to ensure seamless communication, coordination, and quality across the company. Dave’s high standards, combined with his practical nature, contribute significantly to INTECH’s successful construction and renovation of hospitals, schools, hotels, multi-family residential projects, and corporate office buildings. As a LEED Accredited Professional, Dave maintains a commitment to sustainable goals in each of the projects he oversees.

Dave received a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from Drexel University.

Phil Moses

Phil Moses

Principal, Vice President, LEED AP

Phil Moses is a Principal and Vice President, with responsibility for INTECH’s Project Development efforts. Phil oversees the Pre-Construction Department and provides leadership to our in-house team of Specialty Estimators, the Marketing and Business Development effort, and the company’s Diversity and Community Engagement initiatives.

With experience for academic, healthcare, residential, and corporate clients, Phil has directed several of INTECH’s major projects. He has demonstrated a proven ability to oversee complex projects, coordinating large teams while ensuring a high degree of collaboration among all stakeholders. Phil is actively involved in his projects starting in the Pre-Construction phase, managing his teams through the transition into construction, and seeing his projects through to formal closeout.

Phil is a member of the Board of Directors of the University City District. He earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from Villanova University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Pennsylvania State University.

Andrew O’Donnell

Andrew O’Donnell

Principal, Vice President, LEED AP

Andrew O’Donnell is a Principal and Vice President, with nearly 20 years of leadership experience in the industry. Andrew has been instrumental to the development and growth of the company. He is actively involved in multiple aspects of INTECH’s operations, and he has successfully managed several of INTECH’s most complex projects.

His resume includes K-12 educational work, higher education, student housing, multi-family residential, corporate, and hospitality projects. Andrew has become adept at planning and implementing the logistics solutions typically required to successfully construct complex projects on tight urban sites. He has really honed his craft, however, on the renovation of existing historic buildings.

Andrew received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.