MBP Welcomes Nine New Associate Shareholders

The Shareholders and Board of Directors of MBP are pleased to announce the appointment of nine new associate shareholders:

  • Christina Allen, CAP, OM, CIT, Corporate Administrative Director
  • Eveline Arbino, CAP, OM, MOS, Practice Line Executive Assistant
  • Matthew DeSilver, PE, CCM, LEED AP, Project Manager
  • Amy Funkhouser, Deltek Vision Administrator
  • Brian Haskins, CCM, PSP, LEED AP, Project Manager
  • Justin Jacobsen, PMP, PSP, Lean-CM, Director of Innovation Development
  • Justin Johnson, EIT, Lead Engineer
  • John Machner, CMIT, Project Manager
  • Christopher McLuckie, CCM, Assoc. DBIA, Area Manager

“On behalf of the Shareholders and Board of Directors of MBP, we are pleased to welcome Christina, Eveline, Matt, Amy, Brian, Justin, John, Chris, and Justin to our ownership team. Each of these team members exemplifies MBP’s values and have made significant contributions to the firm’s overall success. We look forward to their active participation in the continuing growth and development of MBP,” said MBP Chairman, Charles E. Bolyard, Jr., PSP, CFCC, CCM.

About MBP
MBP is a multi-disciplined consulting firm that provides a broad range of professional services designed to mitigate risk and optimize value within the built environment. Our diverse team of experts specialize in innovative solutions to our clients’ dynamic infrastructure and facility needs. We maximize an owner’s investment by identifying performance enhancements and efficiency improvements which translate into reduced life cycle asset costs. Established in 1989, MBP is a nationally recognized construction management services firm with offices in Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Professional engineering services in North Carolina are offered by MBP Carolinas (d/b/a MBP). For more information please visit www.mbpce.com or follow us at @MBPAECnews.


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