About Nick Lopez
Nick is a native of Long Island, New York, who started his construction career in Iron Workers Union Local 580 in Brooklyn, NY. In the 1980s he made a move to the Carpenters Union Local 135 on the East Side and enjoyed many years working projects throughout the five New York City boroughs such as: The Waldorf Astoria, Yankee Stadium, United Nation’s building, the Twin Towers, Empire State Building, Fillmore East, Gap for Kids and Barnes and Noble bookstores. In the early 1990s, Nick and his family moved to Virginia Beach where he pursued custom residential homes, multifamily, and commercial projects, leading him to travel the United States building hotels and restaurants.
Nick joined Sussex Development in 2020 as a project superintendent. He is a licensed Virginia Responsible Land Disturber and holds a DEQ Stormwater & Erosion Control certification. In his spare time, Nick enjoys spending time with family, golfing, fishing, kayaking, bocci ball, cooking and shopping.