A graduate of Monterey Peninsula College with a business-management degree, Ryan Vucina is the Chief Operations Manager with Vucina Construction, Inc., in Pacific Grove, California. In this role, he oversees residential mixed-use construction for multi-million-dollar projects throughout the Monterey Peninsula. Ryan Vucina earned an award for preserving a historical building called the Green Mansion, which was home to the first Boy Scout headquarters in the United States.
The preservation of historic buildings is essential to understanding national heritage and identity. The process values the original purpose of a building and aims to retain its character and community significance. Preserving a historic building or neighborhood can also help revitalize a deteriorating area and attract investment, providing jobs for local residents and attracting tourists.
As well as maintaining the historic value of a structure, preservation is an environmentally friendly practice that recycles building materials and reduces the waste associated with new construction.
As Chief Operations Manager with Vucina Construction, Inc., Ryan Vucina guides a Pacific Grove, California, company that undertakes quality projects throughout the Monterey peninsula.