James Peck has 45 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, LEED, cost estimating, safety management, and claims analysis.
As a Senior Vice President at MBP, he focuses on building and fostering client relationships both nationally and internationally. Over the course of his career, James 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. Prior to joining MBP, James served 20 years in the Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer and Civil Engineer Corps Officer.
MS, Civil Engineering and Construction Management, Georgia Tech
BS, Civil Engineering, Vanderbilt University
1. How did you get into a career in construction?
After the Navy provided a full ROTC scholarship and I fulfilled my initial service obligation, I transferred into the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps where I was fortunate to have several great construction management experiences.
2. Where did you grow up?
My hometown is Franklin near Nashville, Tennessee. After growing up on Guam, I attended high school and college in that area and recently relocated back to support MBP’s growth in the booming Nashville area.
3. What is your dream vacation/favorite travel spot?
My favorite travel spot is Japan for its friendly people, fascinating culture (traditional and trendy), great food (and not just Japanese!), and beautiful scenery.