The MBP Team
Charles E. Bolyard, Jr., PSP, CFCC, Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Bolyard has more than 38 years construction management experience for owners and contractors. He has served as inspector, estimator, scheduler, senior field engineer, project engineer, and project manager. His project experience includes tunnel cut and cover, at-grade and aerial mass transit; drainage, utilities, grading, paving, bridge and highways; water and wastewater treatment plants; process plants; hydro, fossil fuel and nuclear power plants; manufacturing facilities; detention facilities; and commercial, high rise, educational, hospital, healthcare and special use buildings. Heavy civil engineering applications include electrical/mechanical/instrumentation systems in buildings, plants, and facilities. Extensive experience for owners and contractors in CPM scheduling, cost estimating, management, constructibility review, delay analysis, damages analysis and construction claims analysis, and has provided expert testimony, litigation support services, and has served as mediator and third-party-neutral in resolution of construction disputes. Charlie is active in AACEI, is a past Regional Director, serves as a Director for the National Capital Section, and is a member of AACEI's Certification Board. As MBP's Chairman and CEO, Charlie is actively involved in MBP's strategic initiatives and planning for continuing growth. Charles is active in many industry associations and was named a Fellow in 2010 by the AACEI, and was also inducted into the College of Fellows for the Construction Management Association of America in 2011.
Blake V. Peck, PE, CCM, President
& Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Peck has more than 35 years experience on CPM scheduling, inspection, management, cost estimating, and contract administration on bridge, road, building, civil, and military projects. Experience includes seven years design and construction management for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as well as more than 20 years as construction management/consultant on a variety of large construction projects. He has managed a diverse range of claims analysis assignments for owners and contractors and has provided extensive cost estimating services on behalf of governmental and private agencies on highways, buildings, plants, flood control, dams and toxic removal projects. He has also performed CPM scheduling services on more than $15 billion in projects and has provided instruction in the basics of schedule preparation and its use in construction projects to monitor progress and perform claims/delay analysis on behalf of municipal, state and federal agencies. Blake served as the National President of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) from 2001 to 2002, was inducted into CMAA's College of Fellows in 2004, and served on the Construction Manager Certification Institute's Board of Governors from 2004 to 2006. As President and COO for MBP's operations, Blake is a major participant in the firm's in-house quality management program, business development, and strategic initiatives.
Lynn DeWolfe, PHR,
Director of Special Projects
Lynn DeWolfe manages and executes a wide variety of projects across a number of functional areas. She has over 35 years experience in office management, administration, and human resources, including 17 years working for attorneys, professional industry associations, universities and marketing firms. Lynn holds a Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management and is certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR). She has been with MBP since 1994.
Roy E. Mitchell, CPA, Chief Financial Officer
Roy E. Mitchell has more than 22 years experience, specializing in government contract accounting with a solid background in project management and the implementation of multiple financial accounting systems. As Chief Financial Officer, he oversees a variety of finance related projects to include accounts payable and receivable activities, general ledger, financial reporting and company audits.
Julie Detwiler, CPP, SPHR,
Vice President of Human Resources
Julie Detwiler has more than 20 years experience in Human Resources, Payroll, and Accounting. She has been with MBP since 2003 and manages the Human Resources Department and Payroll operations. She is currently working towards her Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management at Strayer University and is a Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) and a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
Michael S. Mihelic, Vice President of Information Technology
Michael Mihelic has more than 20 years experience with computer systems, including Department of Defense projects, small office management systems, and various medical technologies. This includes integrating and managing various CADD applications and other computer systems for architectural firms. As Vice President of MBP's IT operations, he oversees a variety of enterprise-wide projects and system implementations, and their ongoing management. Michael has been with MBP since 1995 and holds several IT related certifications.
Danelle Prezioso, Vice President of Communications and Marketing
Danelle Prezioso has more than 20 years’ experience in corporate communications and marketing. As Vice President of Communications & Marketing, she is responsible for managing the firm's corporate communications/press relations and marketing activities. She currently serves as Chairman for the Grassroots Committee for the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), Board Member for the ACE Mentor Program for the National Capital chapter and is also active with the Construction Writers Association (CWA). Danelle graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications and English.
James T.V.L. Peck, PE, CCM, CEM, Senior Vice President, Strategic Markets and Services
James Peck has extensive experience in all areas of construction and program management including technical design and coordination review, procurement management, quality management, inspection, facilities planning, commissioning and claims avoidance for federal, higher education, healthcare, state and private clients. He is currently responsible for MBP program and construction management services support for capital improvement programs valued over $3 billion.
Jim Mascaro, PE, CCP, Vice President, Director of Commissioning Services
Jim Mascaro has more than 30 years experience in the construction industry working as a commissioning authority and construction manager for commercial, institutional, and hi-tech communications facilities. He is also a mechanical engineer designing heating and air conditioning systems for church buildings, clean rooms, computer facilities, research facilities, industrial facilities, nursing homes, office buildings, recreation centers, schools, and university buildings. As Director of Commissioning Services, Jim oversees MBP's Facilities Commissioning Services Team.
Robert Hixon, PE, CCM, FCMAA, Director of Government Services
Robert C. Hixon is a seasoned project executive with more than 40 years construction and project management experience working for the Federal Government to include 34 years with the U.S. General Services Administration and three years with the Architect of the Capitol. His expertise includes civil engineering, program and project management, construction management, construction risk management, procurement, and management of design and construction contracts per the Federal Acquisition Regulations, financial and personnel management, coordination of multi-project disciplines and activities, operations, and resolution of technical and contract disputes. He is a certified construction manager and a Fellow with the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA).
Gregory Stavrou, PE, PMP, Director of Business Development
Greg Stavrou has more than 16 years of professional service experience with federal, state, local government, and private clientele. His areas of expertise include civil engineering, project and program management, construction management, business development, operations, contract management, and design oversight consulting. He graduated from The George Washington University with a Masters Degree in Engineering Management and from George Mason University with a Bachelor in Urban Systems Engineering.
Dave Petrone, JD, Director, Contracts and Risk Management
Dave Petrone has over 30 years experience in the construction industry which includes serving for over 25 years first as the Senior Associate Counsel and then the Chief Counsel for a regional Navy construction engineering organization which awarded contracts totaling between $500 million and $1 billion in value annually. As Director for Contracts and Risk Management, he manages and coordinates all aspects of our contracting process and recommends appropriate risk mitigation strategies. In addition to his JD degree from the Pennsylvania State University, Dave possesses a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University.
Scott A. Galbraith, PE, CFCC,
Vice President, Branch Manager
Scott Galbraith has more than 22 years experience in construction and project management and has been with MBP since 1993. His experience providing construction management services includes project management; contract administration; CPM scheduling; cost estimating; constructibility review; and construction inspection, engineering, and materials testing and inspection. He has also led and performed analysis on large claims analysis projects and has provided expert testimony and litigation support services. His construction experience covers a wide array of project types including roads and bridges, low and high-rise buildings, residential subdivision land development, apartment & condominium buildings, hotels, libraries, churches, dams, plants (wastewater and oil), mass transit (rail), and other specialty projects.
Roy R. Beeson, PE, CCM, Vice President, Regional Manager
Roy Beeson has extensive construction and engineering experience for both contractors and owners. He has over 30 years of specialized experience in managing construction of building facilities and heavy civil construction projects as the developer, program manager, design/builder, construction manager, and general contractor. Work included developing proformas, needs assessment, planning, estimating, scheduling (including project logistics), constructibility reviews, bidding and purchasing, program and project management, and dispute mitigation and resolution. Projects included buildings (schools, colleges, universities, mid-rise and high-rise), entertainment, industrial, heavy civil (roads, bridges, and airfields), and transit. As a trained mediator and arbitrator, serves on AAA's Panel of Arbitrators. Extensive experience in construction claims analysis as well as litigation and arbitration support services.
Josh Rowan, PE, PgMP, PMP, CCM, Branch Manager
Josh Rowan has 18 years’ experience on a wide array of local and international projects to include more than $2 billion in transportation infrastructure. As the owner's ardent advocate, he provides creative, outside-the-box solutions tempered with a thorough understanding of risk while continuously improving quality and safety. His experience includes numerous one-of-a-kind projects from working with Russian physicists on a joint research venture to delivering a compressed natural gas transit fueling station utilizing a non-traditional delivery method to serving as the independent engineer for United States-financed transportation infrastructure projects in Tanzania and Mozambique.
Frank Ward, PE, CCM, Branch Operations Manager
Frank Ward has more than 30 years of progressive, successful management experience in diverse, performance-oriented organizations including more than six years in executive level positions. He is a proven problem solver, dynamic leader, and crisis-tested decision maker. Internationally experienced program and project manager, proficient in all aspects of project management, professional engineer with outstanding analytical skills, and superb communication and computer abilities.
Bob Fraga, FCMAA, AIA, Vice President, Regional Manager
Bob Fraga has more than 30 years of experience to include planning, budgeting, financial management, design and construction management, program management, contracting and commissioning. With a record of performance leading large professional staffs, consultants and suppliers to support some of the largest and most diverse capital improvement and acquisition programs in the public sector, he has successfully developed large complex and varied projects throughout the United States, the Caribbean, and Panama. He is a licensed architect in Florida, Illinois and Maryland.
Mairav R. Mintz, PE, Vice President, Branch Manager
Mairav Mintz experience providing a wide range of services including construction inspection and monitoring, cost estimating, CPM scheduling and delay analysis, and claims analysis and evaluation. Projects include subway, highway, bridge, building, plant and other heavy construction. Specialized experience in geotechnical engineering includes: evaluation, testing, design, and rehabilitation of pavements; development of pavement management programs for roadway networks; and soils testing and analysis.
Michael Bagshaw, PE, CCM, LEED AP, Branch Operations Manager
Michael Bagshaw brings more than 15 years construction management and engineering experience, specializing in commercial, industrial, and residential construction. He has successfully provided municipal, federal, and private owners with a variety of services including cost analysis, CPM scheduling, construction management, inspection, design engineering, contract administration, and claims analysis.
George B. Fink, Jr., PE, Vice President, Branch Manager
George Fink has more than thirty years experience managing a variety of building and civil construction projects. His management expertise includes work as a manager and scheduler on more than fifty projects, to include civil experience in airport, rail and highway projects and building experience in school, renovation, health care, office, residential, courts, corrections, high rise and hotels. His leadership strength has been in building partnerships between owners, architects and contractors to ensure projects are well managed, cooperation and communication are maintained, and that work is completed timely and within budget. As a scheduling expert, he has managed many claims assignments and testified on numerous occasions. He has developed and taught scheduling and delay analysis to local, state and federal organizations as well as contractors and architects.
John L. MacKay, Jr., PE, CCM, CFCC,
Senior Vice President, Regional Manager
John MacKay has more than 20 years experience on heavy civil and building construction projects in construction management, CPM scheduling, cost estimating and constructibility review. He has extensive experience in resolution of construction related disputes, providing analysis of delays, cost impacts and construction methods. In addition to providing testimony in mediation forums, John has provided expert testimony to courts on building and transportation projects, along with litigation support of construction attorneys on cases in the United States Court of Federal Claims, Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals and District Court. As Regional Manager, he is actively involved in analytical and field assignments providing client care, quality assurance and project management. He has been designated as a Certified Construction Manager (CCM) by CMAA and as a Certified Forensic Claims Consultant (CFCC) by AACE International.
Kevin Lugo, PE, CCM, Vice President, Branch Operations Manager
Kevin Lugo has extensive construction management experience for owners and contractors providing project management, resident engineering, field inspection, shop drawing review, cost estimating, constructibility review, CPM scheduling and delay analysis, and claims analysis and litigation support. Project portfolio includes highway, bridge, airport, waste water, military, building, commercial, educational, and power plants. He has provided training in delay analysis, project documentation, CPM scheduling, project controls, and Roadway Construction.
Graham S. Stewart, PE, LEED AP, Branch Manager
Graham Stewart has more than 28 years experience in all aspects of construction project management. Originally from Zimbabwe, Graham received his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. There, he worked for a large engineering firm prior to attending Lehigh University in Pennsylvania for his Master's degree in Structural Engineering. He is a licensed engineer in Pennsylvania and a LEED Accredited Professional. Additionally, Graham has worked for construction, engineering and consulting firms for the past 20 years in Philadelphia. He has experience in numerous project delivery methods including CM At-Risk and Design-Build for a wide variety of buildings for hospitals, higher education, biotech, museums, industrial, and commercial clients. He has facilitated value engineering and risk assessment sessions, and has extensive experience in cost estimating, scheduling and constructibility reviews.
Gerald Timothy, PE, CBCP, QCxP, Branch Operations Manager
Gerry Timothy brings more than 17 years of project management, construction, and mechanical engineering experience, specializing in commercial, industrial, and residential construction. He has successfully provided federal and private owners with a variety of services including commissioning, project management, construction management, inspection, mechanical engineering design, cost estimating, scheduling, contract administration, and claims analysis.
Michael Prezioso, III, PE, CCM, Senior Vice President
Mike Prezioso has more than 30 years of construction management experience working for owners and contractors. He has managed numerous contracts for municipal, state, and federal clients on transportation, building, plant, and heavy civil construction projects. He provides expertise in the areas of cost estimating, CPM scheduling, constructibility review, and claims analysis services. As Senior Vice President for MBP, his current focus is supporting MBP’s Williamsburg, Chesapeake and Richmond region, where he oversees a variety of building and transportation programs, providing direct client coordination and quality assurance for a staff of 50 construction professionals. He has managed over $1 billion of construction under project specific and on-call construction management and inspection contracts for agencies such as the U.S. Coast Guard, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Tennessee Department of Transportation, Virginia Department of General Services and several municipalities.
Jim Yatzeck, PE, CCM, LEED AP,
Jim Yatzeck has more than 15 years of extensive experience in building construction, site development, and heavy highway projects, with an emphasis on K-12 educational facilities.Specific expertise includes program and construction management; contract administration; CPM scheduling and CPM schedule review; design and constructibility review; cost estimating and value engineering; claims analysis and dispute resolution; change order estimating, review, and negotiation.
Joe Modica, PE,
Branch Operations Manager
Joe Modica has significant experience with infrastructure projects to include roads, domestic water, sanitary sewer and stormwater management. He has also managed and designed civil engineering projects for the development of multi-use, multi/single family, commercial, retail, and institutional developments. Joe is an active member of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
Christopher J. Payne, PE, CCM, Senior Vice President, Regional Manager
Christopher Payne has more than 26 years of experience in construction management and design, with a wide variety of experience including construction field management, inspection, CPM scheduling, and cost estimating. He has specialized experience in resolution of construction disputes, including analysis of delays. He has provided expert testimony on highway and building disputes. He has six years of experience with the Virginia Department of Transportation specializing in planning, design, and maintenance of bridges and structures. As MBP's manager for the northwest Virginia region, he oversees a variety of building and transportation programs, providing direct client coordination and quality assurance for a staff of more than 80 construction professionals.
Kevin L. Bocock, PE, CCM, Vice President, Regional Program Manager
Kevin Bocock has more than 16 years of extensive construction management experience on a wide variety of building and transportation projects. Kevin has developed and taught training programs on construction management and testified about scheduling and delay at mediation and arbitration. As the Regional Program Manager of MBP's southwest Virginia region, Kevin is focused on growing our transportation and dispute resolution programs.
Ken Macdonald, PE, Branch Manager
Ken Macdonald, PE has more than 27 years of construction management experience with a diverse background to include large airport terminal construction, airfield pavements, airfield systems, highways, bridges, commercial buildings, schools, and residential condominiums. He is experienced at providing construction management, inspection, cost estimating, technical review, delay analysis, and training services. Macdonald holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia and is a registered Professional Engineer in Virginia and Texas. He is a member of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) and the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance.
Richard Mouri, Branch Operations Manager
Richard Mouri has 34 years of experience in the construction industry which includes 16 years in construction management. He possesses extensive knowledge in a variety of construction management projects such as, cleanroom construction and Quality Assurance; building construction scheduling, QA, integration, and project management; office Tenant Improvements project management; interiors renovation project management; and general construction and Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity operations. Richard's specialized engineering expertise includes facility management; scheduling, and project management; building engineering; security; and logistics. As Branch Operations Manager, he is responsible for daily operations and overall coordination of Branch activities. He earned his BS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Military Institute, and his MS in Systems Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He also spent four years with the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
Duncan Stewart, PE,
Branch Operations Manager
Duncan Stewart has more than 14 years of hands-on construction experience providing project controls, critical path method (CPM) scheduling, resident engineering, training, claims analysis, and program and construction management. He has provided these services for various transportation, airport, K-12 school, commercial, municipal, federal, and military projects.
Dale Grigg, Jr., PE, Branch Manager
Prior to joining MBP, Dale Grigg worked at the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) as the Lynchburg District Construction Engineer. Beginning in 1994, Dale worked with MBP through VDOT projects such as the Danville Bypass and the Sweetbriar Interchange, and eventually served as the Acting District Administrator in Lynchburg. Following his retirement from a long career in VDOT, Dale has worked as a consultant for the past three years. During that time, he served also on the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance (VTCA) Engineering Consulting Liaison Committee and focused energies primarily on design-build construction.
Joshua A.R. Lawrence, PE, PSP, Branch Operations Manager
Josh Lawrence has more than 12 years of experience performing a variety of construction engineering and management functions in support of owners' and contractors' design and construction programs. His experience includes agency construction management, project and program management, construction contract administration, critical path method (CPM) scheduling, resident engineering, and project documentation. In addition, he is experienced in cost estimating, constructibility review, dispute resolution, and construction inspection. He has also provided project management training in CPM scheduling, project documentation, and delay and time impact analysis techniques.
Don C. Young, PE, CCM, Vice President, Regional Manager
Don Young has more than 26 years of extensive construction management experience in world-wide support with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is experienced with facility management, master planning, contract administration, program management, and federal civil engineering. Additionally, he possesses extensive experience in program management for leading large scale programs for Department of Defense facilities, strategic planning coordination of Virginia K-12/Higher Education/Transportation projects, and supporting the Virginia Department of General Services program. He received his masters degree in Construction Management from Georgia Institute of Technology and his bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University. He is an active member in the Society of American Military Engineers and Construction Management Association of America. Don was named a Fellow and inducted into the Academy of Fellows for the Society of American Military Engineers in 2013
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