Mr. Landino is the founder and CEO of Centerplan Companies. He has directed the development of more than one million square feet of real estate development, construction management and oversight including retail, industrial, residential and urban mixed-use projects. Mr. Landino has focused his professional career on the planning, design, and construction of real estate development throughout the United States. Mr. Landino has worked directly on a variety of urban and mixed use developments, as well as residential communities, industrial complexes and hotels. Prior to his involvement at Centerplan, Mr. Landino was the President and Chief Executive at BL Companies, an Engineering News Record (ENR) Top 500 Architect & Engineering firm with offices throughout the northeast and mid-Atlantic states. He co-founded the firm in 1987, when it began as a two-person consulting practice. BL Companies grew to employ more than 250 professionals and support staff located in seven offices. BL Companies has twice been named one of the nation's 500 fastest growing privately held firms by Inc. Magazine. Mr. Landino also served three terms as a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives until his retirement in 2000. He represented the towns of Clinton, Essex, Old Saybrook, and Westbrook, and he served as House Chairman of the Banks Committee and Vice Chairman of the Planning and Development and Finance Committees. Mr. Landino received a B.S. in civil engineering in 1983, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in several states, including Connecticut.
Landmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail spaceLandmark Square is Middletown's premier downtown office and retail space located in the historic section of Main Street.
Business Person of the Year: Robert Landino
Robert A. Landino is CEO of Centerplan Companies, an eight-year-old Middletown-based real estate acquisition, development, construction and investment firm.
First "Rt. 34 West" Project Wins Final Approval
After lying fallow for decades, a megablock razed in the name of urban renewal will rise again - despite the opposition of one lawmaker and the reservations of another.
Middletown Committee Recommends Hiring Local Firm To Study Metro Square Redevelopment
MIDDLETOWN - The common council's economic development committee has recommended a local firm, Centerplan Companies, to form a redevelopment vision of Metro Square and its two downtown blocks.