Wolfson has held many positions over his 17 years with Sachse Construction, and since 2014, he’s done all of his work from an island. He first moved to Puerto Rico to manage tenant coordination services for the Taubman Company’s Mall of San Juan. After the successful opening of this new center, Wolfson relocated to Honolulu to assist the Taubman team with the opening of their next project, the International Marketplace in Waikiki. Just as he was returning to his native Michigan, the devastation of Hurricane Maria called Wolfson back to Puerto Rico to assess the damage and lead the repair efforts at 12 shopping centers across the island. Over the course of the last three years, Wolfson established and led a team of 30 project managers living full time on the island; created a proprietary project management software; and devised a set of systems specifically tailored to this unique situation, largely centered around insurance company approval and coordination. After three years of work totaling more than $100 million, more than 300 retailers were reopened for business, thousands of Puerto Ricans received construction jobs and more than 4 million square feet of roofing was replaced. Wolfson is a former board member of the Detroit Regional Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and is currently a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.