As an active partner, Vincent’s role in Nativo, LLC is to oversee the company’s entire estimating and bidding department, including purchasing, awarding of subcontracts and project cost control assisted by two estimators working directly under him.

Vincent has been extensively involved in the company’s construction operations, business development, financial planning and administrative operations since he joined the company in 1972, after finishing up schooling for construction estimating from the Institute for Design and Construction.

Vincent currently serves as board member for the Rotary Club of Verrazano and the Gift of Life charitable organizations, as well as a board member of Community Board 11.  In winter of 2009, Vincent was honored by the American Legion of Kings County for his public service to the local community.


Vincent S., known as “little Vinny”, was a second generation to join Nativo, LLC in 1997.  As an active partner in the company, Vincent is in charge of all field operations within the company.  Working with experienced field supervisors and dedicated project managers, Vincent is able to closely monitor compliance with the construction documents as well as the architect’s intent and vision.

With over twenty-five years of experience in the design and construction industry, Vincent has the ability to successfully coordinate projects with owners, architects, engineers and subcontractors while maintaining the project’s overall budget and schedule.

Vincent attended Pratt Institute where he studied architecture and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree, with honors, in 1996.  In 2005, Vinny obtained his architectural license and is registered to practice architecture in the state of New York and New Jersey.  In 2008, Vinny became Green Advantage Certified and a LEED Accredited Professional.

Vincent is a current member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA – Brooklyn, NY Chapter), and is an actively involved with the Rotary Club of Verrazano, a charitable organization dedicated to providing life saving surgeries to children with congenital heart disease.