Executive and Regional Leadership

  • Charles E. Bolyard, Jr., CCM, PSP, CFCC, Chairman
    Mr. Bolyard has more than 42 years of 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 AACE International (AACEI), is a past Regional Director, serves as President Elect for the National Capital Section, and is a member of AACEI's Certification Board. As MBP's Chairman, 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 and Chief Executive Officer

    Mr. Peck has more than 40 years of 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 30 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 CEO for MBP's operations, Blake is a major participant in the firm's in-house quality management program, business development, and strategic initiatives.

  • Christopher J. Payne, PE, CCM, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
    Chris Payne

    Mr. Payne has more than 30 years of experience in construction management and design, performing a wide variety of services, such as construction project management, inspection, CPM scheduling, and cost estimating. He has specialized experience in the resolution of construction disputes to include analysis of delays and expert testimony. He began his career as a structural engineer performing bridge design and consults on a variety of building and transportation programs, providing direct client coordination and strategic advice. As Executive Vice President and COO of MBP, he provides companywide leadership including direct oversight of corporate support teams to include accounting, human resources, information technology, and communications/marketing. He is an active member of AACE and a national Board Member for the Construction Management Association of America.

  • James T.V.L. Peck, PE, CCM, CEM, Senior Vice President, Strategic Markets and Services

    Mr. Peck is Senior Vice President of MBP, where he provides technical and administrative oversight to the markets and services team. He has more than 35 years of experience in all areas of construction program and project management including technical design and coordination review, progress review, change order management, quality assurance, facilities planning, building commissioning, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, cost estimating, safety management, and claims analysis. He has provided construction management services on new, renovation/repair, and build-lease projects with construction values exceeding $1.7 billion. He has also successfully delivered construction and design projects via a wide range of project delivery methods to include design-build, CM at-risk, integrated design-bid-build, and build-to-lease. In 2013, the Society of American Military Engineers presented him with a Post Service Award for outstanding contributions for the Washington, DC Post.


  • Mairav R. Mintz, PE, Senior Vice President/Regional Manager

    Ms. Mintz brings more than 24 years of experience providing a wide range of construction management/program management and claims analysis services including construction inspection and monitoring, cost estimating, CPM scheduling, and delay analysis and evaluation. Her impressive list of projects includes transit, highway, bridge, building, plant, and other heavy construction. She is frequently called upon by government entities and private sector clients to analyze what went wrong during the construction process on projects both large and small. She possesses specialized experience in geotechnical engineering to include evaluation, testing, design, and rehabilitation of pavements; development of pavement management programs for roadway networks; and soils testing and analysis.


  • John L. MacKay, Jr., PE, CCM, CFCC, Senior Vice President/Regional Manager

    Mr. MacKay has more than 24 years of 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 by the Construction Management Association of America and as a Certified Forensic Claims Consultant by AACE International.

  • Bob Fraga, FCMAA, AIA, Vice President/Regional Manager

    Mr. Fraga has more than 36 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.


  • Don C. Young, PE, CCM, F.SAME, Senior Vice President/Regional Manager

    Mr. Young has more than 30 years of construction and program management experience for large scale programs to include Department of Defense facilities with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and strategic planning coordination of projects in the K-12, higher education, and transportation sector projects. For the last ten years, he led several municipal and county clients through the Public-Private Education and Infrastructure Act (PPEA) process for successful project delivery on a wide variety of buildings and utility infrastructure projects. He is an active member in the Society of American Military Engineers and Construction Management Association of America. He was named a Fellow and inducted into the Academy of Fellows for the Society of American Military Engineers in 2013.


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