Senior Project Manager
Chris joined the Constructive Ingenuity team in May 2020 as a Senior Project Manager. As such, Chris’s responsibilities include processing and reviewing submittals for design compliance and coordination, organize and execute Owner, Subcontractor and Design Professional meetings, scheduling and coordination of multiple construction trades, project financial management and schedule monitoring, jointly perform field inspections with AHJ’s and Design Team members, and ensure project quality control and design integrity. Chris strives to make sure any project he is involved with is successful for the stakeholders including the client, designers, authorities having jurisdiction, and the construction team. Chris believes that every project can be successful with a team approach, open and honest communication, and the willingness to think outside the box when challenge present themselves.
Chris brings over 20 years, more than $600 million dollars, and over 3 million square feet of experience successfully managing construction projects of various sizes, types, and complexity including hospitals, higher education, student housing, medical offices, industrial buildings, warehouses, central utility plants, parking structures, religious, heliports, and professional sporting venues. Chris’s experience in these types of projects range from ground up and TI to vertical expansions with contracts ranging from $200,000 to $200 million. Chris’ project management experience includes construction management, OSHPD , conceptual budgeting, estimating, bidding, writing RFP’s, developing scope, writing subcontracts and purchase orders, project buyout, contract negotiating, value engineering, project scheduling, transition planning, move management, project delivery, feasibility studies, site selection, geotechnical review, preconstruction surveys, life safety inspections, ADA reviews, pre-accreditation surveys, and closeout.
Prior to joining Constructive Ingenuity Chris had worked as a civilian contractor on DoD projects in Okinawa, England, and Germany as well as being involved in NFL stadium projects like Paul Brown Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, and Invesco Field (now Empower Field).
When not working, Chris enjoys wakeboarding, golf, and spending time with family.