John Randolph joined Sciame Development in 2004. He is responsible for all aspects of development projects including acquisition, design, legal, financing, marketing, and sales.

John joined Frank Sciame on a special project in 2006 when Mr. Sciame was appointed by Governor Pataki and Mayor Bloomberg to lead the effort to ensure a buildable World Trade Center Memorial. The team’s efforts resulted in the reduction of the project cost estimates to $510 million, from a starting point of almost $1 billion.

Prior to joining Sciame, John completed various management roles at CIGNA Corporation, where he worked on the projects in the United States, Taiwan, South Korea, Spain, and Argentina. He managed a large team of customer service professionals, oversaw financial planning and reporting for an internal printing and distribution company, managed projects globally, and was the Director of Finance for CIGNA Corporate Real Estate, with financial reporting responsibility for an 11 million square foot portfolio of buildings. He also completed an internship for The National Trust for Historic Preservation where he participated in all aspects of real estate development for mixed-use historic conversions utilizing Federal and State Historic tax credits.

John serves on the Board of Directors of Educational Housing Services (EHS), the leading provider of private, off-campus student housing in New York City. EHS is a not-for-profit organization providing 4,200 dormitory residences to 22 universities in New York City. John is a founding board member of The Knickerbocker Chamber Orchestra. He is past Chairman of the New York City Alumni Connection of Swarthmore College and past Chairman of the Executive Committee of The Actors Center.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Swarthmore College and an MBA from The Wharton School.