Josh Rowan has 24 years of experience on a wide array of both national and international projects. He has a strong ability to envision and plan for future needs, synthesize and address complex technical, political, and financial issues, and develop and implement solutions to better connect people and enhance surrounding communities.
As the owner’s ardent advocate, he provides creative, outside-the-box solutions while focusing on project risk, quality, and safety. His experience includes projects ranging from delivering over $2 billion in transportation infrastructure projects, to serving as the independent engineer for United States-financed transportation infrastructure projects in Tanzania and Mozambique.
Josh leads our strategic innovation efforts at MBP. He is a strong proponent for change in the construction industry, and a sought-after leader on transformation and productivity.
BS, Civil Engineering, Georgia Tech
BA, Natural Sciences, Covenant College
1. How did you get into a career in construction?
My car broke down during graduation week at Georgia Tech. I needed a job and a vehicle. A local contractor solved both issues.
2. What is something interesting about yourself that nobody would know?
I was featured in an infomercial for DDP Yoga.
3. What is your favorite hobby?
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
4. What is some advice you’d give to your 20-year-old self?
None. The 20-year-old me would not listen to the 45-year-old me.