Since 2002, DBI Projects has built our reputation on skillfully managing complex capital projects and real estate transactions, advancing our clients’ ambitions from project inception to completion. Through our drive and multifaceted expertise, we provide organizations with spaces that amplify their capabilities. Our passion and commitment to the success of each project, no matter how challenging, is the key to our many enduring relationships and repeat clients.

At DBI, we measure our own success by our ability to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organizations we advise. As pilots of our own development projects, we bring a unique understanding of the many complexities, considerations, challenges, and solutions involved in successful and strategic capital planning. Our clients rely on us as a forceful advocate throughout their capital projects, confident that we will relentlessly advance their best interests while shielding them from the inevitable headaches of time-intensive construction projects.

Our team’s integrated knowledge base crosses domain and disciplinary boundaries, with backgrounds in program/project management, real estate development, architecture, city planning, engineering, construction management, finance, operations, and business administration. This diversified expertise is united in our commitment to drive positive change for communities, resonating DBI’s impact far beyond the structures we realize.

DBI is headquartered in New York City, with a satellite office in Boston, and an international project portfolio that spans educational, cultural, non-profit, public, commercial, and residential sectors.

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Our Clients

15 West 72nd Street Owner's Corporation
25 Broadway Office Properties
Abraham house
Advocates for Children of New York
Amber Charter School
Andrew Glover Youth Foundation
Bard College
Brilla Charter School Network
Brooklyn Kindergarten Society
Brooklyn Workforce Innovations
Chelsea Hotels
Children's Defense Fund
CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange)
Civic Hall
Coalition for Hispanic Family Services
College & Community Fellowship
Community Parents
Coney Island Prep
The Congregation of the Mission of St. Vincent De Paul
The Cooper Union
Cornelia Connelly Center
Council of Peoples Organization
The Door
DREAM Charter School
Elm Community Charter School
Exalt Youth
The Financial Clinic
The Fortune Society
Ghetto Film School
GO Project
Great Oaks Charter Schools
Green City Force
Halman-Albudi Investment House
Hebrew Public Charter School
Henning Larson Architects
Highbridge Community Life Center
The HOPE Program
Hunter College
International Charter School of New York
International Culinary Center
Inwood Academy for Leadership Charter School
Liberty Science Center
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
National Black Theatre
National Council of Jewish Women
Neighborhood Trust Federal Credit Union
New Classrooms
New Lab
The New York Foundling
Northside Center for Child Development
Pace University
Part of the Solution
Per Scholas
Perelman Performing Arts Center
Pier 59 Studios
Relay Graduate School of Education
The Resource Training Center
Robin Hood Foundation
Sanctuary for Families
Seward Park Housing Corporation
Sompo International
St. Ann's Warehouse
St. John's Bread & Life
St. John's University
St. Nick's Alliance
Sunnyside Community Services
Sustainable South Bronx
Uncommon Schools
Upwardly Global
Urban Dove
USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus
Wolfson Group
Year Up