With over a decade of construction experience, Michael provides innovative project controls and risk analysis, while also leading collaborative delay analysis efforts on high-profile projects. Michael specializes in defining client's risks, identifying mitigation plans to manage them, and making recommendations on plan implementation and monitoring.
Focus on the facts of the situation, and not the emotions. Let the facts drive the solution, and you can get to the bottom of almost any problem.
More About Michael
Michael gained a wide variety of experience with USACE,
holding positions at multiple levels within the organization.
His time resulted in significant exposure to government
acquisition and contracting, cost engineering, negotiating,
project controls, and construction project management,
including time in management/supervision, and as a
warranted Administrative Contracting Officer of the Corps
of Engineers. His project involvement ranged from vertical
military and medical construction, to building for the unique
needs of the special forces community, to large scale civil
works construction including the Folsom Auxiliary Dam and
Spillway in Folsom, CA. Additionally, participation in the
USACE Leadership Development Program promoted the
refinement of his team leadership and management skill set.
Michael gained solid leadership and planning experience
while participating in the United States Naval Reserve,
serving as a commissioned officer with the Navy Seabees.
Him time as a detachment Officer in Charge with NMCB23
gave experience in managing a large but geographically
dispersed group, as he was responsible for the phsyical and
administrative readiness of 70+ Seabees.
Michael held several positions with the general contractor
Brasfield & Gorrie, including Estimator and Assistant
Project Manager, primarily with experience in the
medical and commercial construction sectors. His time
working in construction developed a good awareness of
means and methods, construction processes, and
construction contracts, as well as an understanding of the
risks and opportunities inherent to the business of construction.
Michael is a licensed Professional Engineer
in the state of North Carolina, and a LEED
North Carolina State University
Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering and Management
In his spare time, Michael enjoys woodworking/carpentry, fly-fishing, grilling, watching college football (Go Pack!), trips to the beach, and spending time with his kids and other family.