LMJ President Receives LIBN Executive Circle Award

LMJ president, Joshua Seiden has received the LIBN Executive Circle Award. Long Island Business News Executive Circle Awards celebrates c-suites, directors and other senior level executives who consistently demonstrate remarkable leadership skills, integrity, values, vision, commitment to excellence, company performance, community service and diversity.

LMJ Management and Construction has proudly worked in the construction industry since 1984, managing commercial and industrial projects throughout Long Island.  Josh Seiden, CEO and President of LMJ Management & Construction, at a young age demonstrated the characteristics one should have in the business world. While working part time for LMJ, Josh attended Hofstra University and graduated with a degree in business management. After graduation, Josh came on board full time for LMJ as a project manager, overseeing and coordinating construction projects from beginning to completion. Josh began his role as President/CEO in 2013, with a focus on growing the business. LMJ has now expanded into a prominent general contracting company and construction management firm on Long Island.

Josh’s area of expertise has been building pharmaceutical plants, food distribution centers and logistical coordination facilities, throughout Long Island. Josh has grown LMJ to be one of the most trustworthy construction firms on Long Island and he is eager to personally work on every aspect of your construction project.

Much like the growth of the firm, Josh has created a dedicated and impressive team of talented professionals. His strong leadership and adaptability have been admirable for the LMJ team. He strives to be a leader that listens, mentors, and invests in the longevity of his employees.

1. Who, or what, motivates you to be a better leader?

My dedicated team members motivate me each day to be a better leader. I see their hard work and continuous growth, as well as their personal care and investment in the properties we build. They step back and take the time to understand how these buildings affect our communities, and that passion is certainly an inspiration to myself as a leader.

2. What was a lesson you learned earlier in your career that helped shape your leadership style or approach?

Learning the importance of building a trusting relationship with clientele has been instrumental in my leadership development. Since LMJ’s inception our repeat and referral customers have relied on LMJ’s reputation and the service we provide. As the president of the firm, I strive to create a team that is passionate and caring, and puts our clients needs at the forefront.

3. What advice would you give someone who is just starting out in your industry?

To always focus on the bigger picture and continuously learn, this is essential for both personal and professional growth. Surround yourself with likeminded individuals and welcome insight and advice.