From the wheat fields of Idaho and Washington State, Michael brings the excitement and enthusiasm that will bring Project X from conception to reality. His training was honed as a Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Marine Corps, where he was medically retired due to injuries sustained during training.
Michael moved to Columbus, OH in 2015 where he started as a Project Engineer for a local subcontractor, focusing on Process Improvements and developing a Field Engineer Program. His assistance in developing standards and procedures for mid to large-sized projects is still in use today.
Michael started in Critical Facilities Construction early 2018 where he worked with Electricians and Electrical Project Managers to develop an Earned Value Management System, a deployable Schedule Management program, as well as guide leadership through the development of a Quality Control program in use today. He grew into a Schedule, Budget & Cost, and Closeout Manager on the largest project in Ohio.
Today, Michael raises his two children in Pickerington, OH with his wife, Meghan. They enjoy working on home DIY projects, recreational activities in the community, and work with local Construction Skilled Labor Unions give back to the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance to support cure research each year.
- Construction Management and Project Engineering
- Construction Schedule Management
- Last Planner and Lean Construction Implementation
- Large Project Budget and Cost Controls Management
- Quality Controls and Assurance Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Data Systems Management
- Document Controls Management
- Employee Safety and Training Management
- Electrical Construction
- Military Relationship Management
- Animal and Crop Systems Management
- Franklin University, Business Administration, Cost Management Accounting and Operations Management
- Columbia University, Construction Manager Certificate Program
- The Ohio State University, Construction Systems Management
- Marine Corps Engineer School, Electrical Design and Construction
- The University of Idaho, Agriculture Science, Communication and Leadership