Mike Bagshaw brings more than 30 years of construction management and engineering experience, specializing in commercial, industrial, and residential construction. He has successfully supported major construction programs and mega projects exceeding $1 billion in construction value with a variety of services including program management, construction management, cost analysis, CPM scheduling, design engineering, contract administration, and claims analysis.
As Building Services Leader, Mike is responsible for MBP’s overall construction and program management approach throughout all phases of vertical construction projects from design, procurement, construction performance, and closeout.
BS, Civil Engineering, Villanova University
1. How did you get into a career in construction?
I grew up in construction. My father owned a residential construction/development company. I started working summers and weekends for him since I was 12 (or younger). I was particularly interested in the site development piece which is the reason I became a civil engineer.
2. What was/is the project you are most proud of?
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency New Campus East project. We had a great team that worked hard and well together to complete a huge amount of work in a short period of time.
3. What is something interesting about yourself that nobody would know?
Swimming was a big part of my formative years. I went to Villanova on a swimming scholarship. I met my wife swimming at Villanova.
4. What is some advice you’d give to your 20-year-old self?
Enjoy your youth, live it up, be adventurous, and travel! There’s plenty of time to be a responsible adult. Oh yeah, buy Apple, Amazon, and Facebook stock.