Daniel Gorczyca has been promoted to vice president/project executive for the A.D. Makepeace Company’s Redbrook community in South Plymouth.
Gorczyca succeeds Michael Hogan, who will be leaving the company at the end of 2021. Hogan stepped down as president of the A.D. Makepeace Company in 2019 to focus on accelerating the creation of Redbrook as a sustainable community.
In announcing Gorczyca’s promotion, Jim Kane, president and CEO of the A.D. Makepeace Company, said Gorczyca’s seven years of work on the Redbrook project and his involvement with Plymouth civic organizations make him ideally suited for the top job at the planned community.
“Everyone here, from our residents to our builder partners to our contractors, knows and respects Dan,” Kane said. “This well-deserved promotion ensures continuity of the extraordinary work that Mr. Hogan began.”
“Dan is an extraordinary leader who is passionate about Plymouth and the Redbrook Community,” said Hogan. “He is supported by a first-rate team that is committed to making Redbrook a true New England Village reimagined. I’m excited for Dan and what his promotion means for Redbrook.”
Gorczyca recently received a prestigious “40 Under 40” award from Cape and Plymouth Business Media. The awards spotlight the region’s top young business leaders who excel in their industry and show dynamic leadership.
In addition to his leadership role with ADM Agawam Development LLC, Gorczyca is vice president of the Plymouth Education Foundation, a non-profit charity raising money for education at all age levels in the town. He has been a member of the organization’s board of directors since 2016.
He is an elected Plymouth Town Meeting member and a member of the Plymouth Water Conservation Committee.
Redbrook is a new village that, when complete will include 1,200 homes; walkable neighborhoods connecting to a mixed-use village center, walking and biking trails, kayak launches, fishing, ponds for swimming and skating, a full-service YMCA, onsite private water and wastewater and active cranberry farming.