David Scro

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David Scro2017-06-08T11:06:08+00:00
David Scro

David Scro

David Scro

Mr. Scro graduated from the College of William & Mary in Virginia with a B.B.A. in Accounting and received his Juris Doctor from Hofstra School of Law.  He and his wife Lisa, also an attorney, reside in Fort Salonga with their three daughters, Jennifer, Nicole and Stephanie.

David is a second-generation builder who has been in the construction business for over 28 years and maintains a “hands on” management style.  His companies have built all types of residential developments including single family, townhouse, condominium, apartment and senior units. Mr. Scro specialized in the planning, marketing and developing of multi-family homes and his communities have won acclaim for innovative architecture and unusual attention to detail. Dedicated to providing affordable housing opportunities to both young and old he has built numerous affordable housing developments throughout Long Island which were all sponsored by the Long Island Housing Partnership.  In order to diversify and expand his business, he recently entered into the commercial market.  As Owner and Builder, his latest development was 90,000 square feet of commercial space in Smithtown called “Country View Commons”.

During his career David has spent his time and energy as a devoted advocate and leader of the building industry.  Mr. Scro served as President of the Long Island Builders Institute in 1994 and was President of the New York State Builders Association in 1997.   He is a founding member of both the Long Island Home Builders Care Inc. and The New York State Builders Association Research and Education Foundation, the two charitable arms of LIBI and NYSBA. In 2014, he was elected into the New York State Builders Hall of Fame.

 

Mr. Scro has also done numerous charitable works in his community.  He serves on the Board of Directors for a local Educational Foundation and his commercial company has been recognized for its commitment to people with development disabilities in the building of an Adult Day Facility in Nesconset. In 2008 he was named “Man of the Year” by the American Cancer Society for his help and support in the fight against cancer.