Skanska USA Names Pablo Rabagliati as New CFO

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Skanska USA Commercial Development has named Pablo Rabagliati as its new chief financial officer, based out of the Washington, D.C., office.

Skanska, a global construction and commercial development firm, has a large presence in the DMV with a planned 1.1 million-plus square feet of office, residential and retail space in the pipeline.

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Rabagliati has been with the company for more than two decades, and was previously CFO at Skanska Asset Management. In his new role, he will oversee the administration, financial and auditing operations of USA Commercial Development to ensure the company’s strong balance sheet is maintained and well positioned for market readiness. 

“As CFO, I will use my experience and background to ensure the company’s financial solid outcome is maintained and is well positioned for continuous project planning and development, while implementing effective financial oversight,” Rabagliati told Commercial Observer. 

“In this new role, I will have the opportunity to continue my professional career at Skanska and play an integral part in the U.S. Commercial Development high-performance team. This business unit faces an extraordinarily profitable growing future, and I want to be part of it,” he added.

He is also charged with implementing financial strategies for project planning and development that continues to strengthen Skanska’s business model of self-financing most of its developments.

Rabagliati has been a member of the larger Skanska team for 22 years. Throughout his career, he has led and developed financial strategies, including market entry and divestments in Latin America, North America and Europe. As CFO for Skanska Asset Management, where he was responsible for the financial outlook and vision for Skanska’s asset management portfolio in North America and Europe.

Skanska manages both the construction and development of its self-financed projects. 

“My primary goal is to provide strategic and financial leadership that further leverages this unique model for an even more extraordinary future of growth,” Rabagliati said. “I am also looking forward to working in collaboration with all leadership team members to ensure financial effectiveness and stability to support the assessment of new market opportunities.”

Keith Loria can be reached at kloria@commercialobserver.com.