MBP is pleased to announce the appointment of two new shareholders of the firm.
Since joining MBP in 2008, Kevin Riley, LEED AP, CCM, has successfully served multiple clients in the Atlanta and Richmond areas. He has led MBP’s success with various state agencies, and most notably, was recognized as leading the highly visible and successful Governor’s Mansion ramp access project, which was awarded a Barrier Free America award by the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Since 2012, he has been the project manager for multiple Virginia Department of General Services’ Bureau of Facility Management (BFM) projects. Prior to joining MBP, Kevin served as a construction manager in the U.S. Army for over 20 years, and has a history of mentoring and providing professional development opportunities for his team. His leadership at the industry and professional association level is also noteworthy. He regularly attends professional organization events and most recently led the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Richmond Chapter’s annual CSI Products Show.
Kevin Day, PE, CEM, CCP, LEED AP, is a project manager and part of MBP’s commissioning team. In this role, he serves as a leader in the development of sustainability and energy consultation services. Kevin is a registered PE in Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Prior to joining MBP in 2011, Kevin worked in the construction industry for 13 years designing HVAC mechanical and plumbing systems, and participated in commissioning activities for a variety of facilities. At MBP, Kevin has successfully led and supported commissioning projects leading to repeat work with multiple healthcare, higher education, municipal, and private sector clients. Kevin has served as both a member and leader of MBP’s Commissioning Best Practices Team, and his contributions have included the development of new services for monitoring-based commissioning, energy auditing, and preventative maintenance planning tools.
“MBP’s Board of Directors are pleased to welcome Kevin Riley and Kevin Day to our ownership team. Both gentlemen exemplify MBP’s values in everything they undertake and are committed to personal and professional growth and development, as well as to the overall advancement of our team – routinely leading training, business development, mentoring, and recruiting efforts in addition to their project responsibilities,” said MBP Chairman, Charles E. Bolyard, Jr., PSP, CFCC, CCM.
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 about MBP please visit www.mbpce.com or follow us at @MBPAECnews.