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Bob Aydukovic
Bob Aydukovic
President

President of the Maryland Center for Construction Education and Innovation (MCCEI) from 2011 to present. In addition to MCCEI, Aydukovic serves as an adjunct faculty member at both the University of Baltimore and the Johns Hopkins University, and as a built environment industry mentor at Owings Mills High School.

Aydukovic’s career spans 29 years in the construction, real estate, economic development and education sectors. Past experiences range from general construction labor, project management, market feasibility and financial analysis, undergraduate program administration, to structuring public-private partnerships resulting in over $700 million invested and 1,500 jobs created or retained in Maryland since 1996.

Prior to joining MCCEI, Mr. Aydukovic ran a real estate and construction consulting practice with several private sector clients, and has worked for the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, the Baltimore Development Corporation, Belair-Edison Neighborhoods and the Overhead Door Company of Washington, DC.

Aydukovic has earned a Master of Science in Real Estate from the Johns Hopkins University, and Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Michigan State University.

Aydukovic currently serves on the following Boards and Commissions:

  • University of Baltimore Real Estate and Economic Development Program Advisory Board.
  • Michigan State University Construction Management Alumni Advisory Board
  • Saint Ambrose Housing Aid Center Board
  • The NAWIC Education Foundation
  • Dean’s Business Advisory Council, Merrick School of Business, University of Baltimore.
  • ACE Mentor of Baltimore, Inc.

He currently lives in Owings Mills, MD, with his wife and two sons.

Kimberly Hahr
Kimberly Hahr
Strategic Partnerships Manager

Kimberly Hahr has been the Strategic Partnerships Manager for MCCEI since October of 2018. In addition, Kimberly leads the MCCEI and ACE partnership as the Affiliate Director for the ACE Mentor Program of Baltimore. Prior to stepping into these roles, Kimberly was the Communications Coordinator for MCCEI from November 2017 to October 2018.

After graduating from Stevenson University in 2017 with a Master of Science in Business Communication, Kimberly briefly worked in project management before joining the MCCEI team. Currently, Kimberly is in the Communication Management graduate program at Towson University and resides in Historic Ellicott City.

Matthew Pyne
Matthew Pyne
Communications Coordinator

Matthew Pyne has been the Communications Coordinator for MCCEI since January of 2019. Matthew’s duties include co-producing the annual publication, Build Your Path. Matthew also creates the marketing content for MCCEI’s social platforms and maintains both mccei.org and buildyourpath.org.

Matthew worked previously as a social media manager for non-profits, startups, and established companies, including email marketing. As an Account Manager in print media, Matthew was able to gain a deep understanding for sales support and CRM in Salesforce.

Matthew graduated from Alvernia University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Communication.

Matthew currently resides in Baltimore city in the Federal Hill neighborhood.

Executive Committee.

Scott Bulera
Scott Bulera
Turner Construction Company

Mr. Bulera is the General Manager of Turner Construction Company’s Maryland office, since September 2011. Turner Construction Company provides building services to clients who value diligence, resourcefulness and creativity in a partner. Turner maintains a network of offices in North America and around the globe, with a staff of 5,000 employees who work on more than 1,200 projects each year. With $8 billion in annual construction volume, Turner ranks first or second in the industry’s major market segments, including Healthcare, Commercial, Education, Sports, and Technology. Turner Construction Company was founded in 1902 by Henry C. Turner, a devout Quaker from the eastern shore of Maryland. He enjoyed a nineteenth-century Eastern Shore upbringing, filled with crabbing, fishing, sailing, and farming, before studying engineering at Swarthmore College. Since the 1950’s, Turner Construction Company has been part of Baltimore’s dynamic growth, and currently operates their Maryland operations from 250 W. Pratt Street. In 1927,Turner completed its first project in the State of Maryland, a warehouse located at Lafayette Avenue & Smallwood Street in Baltimore for the American Stores Company. In 1959, Turner constructed the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, on Charles Street, one of Baltimore’s oldest and largest congregations. Under Mr. Bulera’s direction, recent Baltimore-area projects include:
Maryland Public Health Lab
Towson University Academic Building at HCC
Harford Community College Arena
CCBC Dundalk Renovations
Toyota Training Facility Addition
UMMC Hospital Renovations
PNC Pratt Street Bank Branch
Dunbar High School Field Rehab
JHU Technology Park Garage
Mr. Bulera is a graduate from The Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering 1991. He began his career with Turner 19 years ago in Atlanta, Georgia, following his previous experience with the Bechtel Corporation’s Civil/Structural design group. Mr. Bulera’s range of assignments included working with the University of Georgia, Lucent Technologies Canadian Headquarters – Toronto, Ontario, and currently with Exelon Corporation as they develop their new Baltimore Headquarters. Mr. Bulera currently serves on the Board of the ACE Annapolis Affiliate, and is the 2nd Vice Chairman of Maryland’s AGC. He now resides in Annapolis, Maryland with his wife Natalie, and two children – Jack and Grace

Mike Henderson
Mike Henderson
ABC, Baltimore - Founding Member

Mike Henderson is President of Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Baltimore. In his role, Mike is responsible for growth, policy development, government and industry relations and communications. ABC represents more than 1600 firms in Maryland and is one of the largest business organizations in the State. Under his leadership, ABC Baltimore has grown to become the 5th largest chapter among the 75 located across the United States. Mike has created and managed strategic alliances with major industry groups, such as the American Institute of Architects and the Urban Land Institute. He has improved the association’s profile through strategic media relations and developed Maryland’s largest Workers’ Compensation program. Under his leadership, the organization’s revenue increased by 220 percent. Mike is credited with helping create The Maryland Center for Construction Education and Innovation, an industry umbrella group that was established by the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board in 2009 and is currently located at Towson University. In a previous administration, he served on Governor’s Task Force to Improve Efficiency in Government. Prior to coming to ABC Baltimore, Mike was ABC National’s Director of Communications where he worked closely with the Washington media and was a frequent contributor to op-ed pages of some of the nation’s leading newspapers. A graduate of Towson University, where he studied Communications and Business, Mike also completed course work for a Masters Degree at the University of Baltimore. Active in local charitable organizations, Mike is the board president for Acts 4 Youth, a non-profit organization that mentors at-risk-boys in the Pen Lucy area of Baltimore City. Mike resides in Towson, with his wife and three children.

Martin Knott
Martin Knott
Knott Mechanical - Chairman

Martin Knott was born in Baltimore, MD and is currently the President CEO, Knott Mechanical Inc. Co-Founder & Vice President, Wye River Technologies LLC, and Co-Founder, Revere Strategies LLC. He attended Calvert Hall College High School and Xavier University where he received a BS in Entrepreneurial Studies.

Mr. Knott is very involved in the community, serving multiple organizations including Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation, Xavier University, Johns Hopkins Harriet Lane Home Foundation, Baltimore Outward Bound, Maryland Economic Development Corporation, Signal 13 Foundation, Governors Workforce Investment Board, and MCCEI.

Mr. Knott enjoys the outdoors, playing squash, and golfing. He currently resides in Baltimore with his wife, Allison and four children.

Adam Snavely
Adam Snavely
Poole & Kent - Vice Chairman

Adam E. Snavely, President and CEO, The Poole and Kent Corporation – Mr. Snavely has over 18 years experience in the management of Mechanical and General Construction projects. Before assuming his current role of President and CEO in 2005, Adam held the position of Vice President of Operations and was involved with the management of Poole and Kent offices in Alaska and throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic States. Poole and Kent was established in 1947 in Baltimore, Maryland and grew to become the largest privately held mechanical contractor in the United States with domestic and international operations generating revenues in excess of $400 million. In 1999 Poole and Kent was acquired by the Emcor Group and is a wholly owned subsidiary. A Purdue University Alumnus, Adam is a firm believer in the merits of personal development achieved through education. Adam is actively involved with outreach to the industry through his participation in both youth and career advancement programs. As past President of the ACE Mentoring Program in Baltimore he has worked to expand the ACE Program through his advocacy work with area schools. Additionally, Adam serves on the MCAA Education Committee and teaches regularly at the MCAA Institute for Project Management at the University of Texas in Austin. Over the past decade, Adam has taught prerequisite courses for the DBIA’s “Certified Professional” program as well as taught small business leaders through a series of entrepreneurial workshops at the Small Business Resource Center, a Maryland based organization headquartered in Baltimore dedicated to building relationships and alliances between large and small businesses in the Maryland marketplace. Adam currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering – Engineering Innovation Program, and the Engineering Advisory Board for Morgan State University. Adam is currently active with and/or serving on the following boards and committees:

  • President – Board of Directors, The Mechanical Contractors Association of Maryland (MCA of MD)
  • Board of Directors, The Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)
  • Executive Board and Past President – The ACE Mentor Program of Baltimore
  • Advisory Board – Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering – Engineering Innovation Program
  • Advisory Board – Morgan State University School of Engineering. Innovation Program
  • MCAA Project Managers Education Committee
  • Founding Member, Design-Build Institute National Capital Chapter – Washington, DC

Board Members.

John Anania
John Anania
DPR Construction

John has more than 26 years experience in the building industry. Serving primarily the Maryland construction market, John has been involved in the preconstruction and construction of the higher education and corporate markets as well as accumulating significant experience with healthcare renovation and expansion programs. As project executive, John’s responsibilities include project development and executive oversight as well as client and subcontractor relations. John joined DPR Construction over three years ago and was responsible for establishing the Baltimore office for the technical building firm. Prior to joining DPR, John served as Senior Vice President for the Bethesda office of Bovis Lend Lease. Concurrent with work responsibilities, John has served and led several committees
related to building trades apprenticeship training along with serving on the Board of Directors of the Baltimore Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors. John, and wife Catherine Satterfield, reside in Ellicott City, Maryland with their two sons. Click here to view Mr. Anania’s full biography.

Mary Anne Akers, Ph.D.
Mary Anne Akers, Ph.D.
Morgan State University
Jerry Bowman
Jerry Bowman
Morgan-Keller Construction

Jerry has over 35 years of experience working in the development and construction industry. Click here to view Mr. Bowman’s full biography.

Brian Cavey
Brian Cavey
Insulators Local 24

Brian S. Cavey is the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program Director for the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators & Allied Workers, Local 24 in Laurel, Maryland. Brian graduated from the National Labor College with a Bachelor of Arts as a double major with degrees in Labor Education and Occupational Safety and Health. Brian is a certified OSHA Master Instructor, a certified Insulation Energy Appraiser, an approved Fire Stop and Smoke Seal Trainer and director of the program’s MDE approved asbestos training program. Brian is a graduate of Local 24’s Apprenticeship Program and worked as an Apprentice, Journeyman, and Foreman. Brian was elected as Vice President of Local 24 in 2001 and President in 2003. Brian is a member of the Baltimore Building and Construction Trades Training Council, Chairman of the Washington Area Apprenticeship and Training Directors Association, has been appointed to the AFL-CIO / Washington DC Public Schools Labor Initiative Working Group, and was appointed to the Anne Arundel County Workforce Investment Board and serves as the Youth Council Chairman. Brian supervises the instruction of 75 -125 apprentices and trainees each year and additional skill upgrade training and Safety and Health training for Local 24. Brian was appointed to the International Steering Committee to advance the success of the annual Insulation Apprenticeship Conference held in the United States and Canada, and assisted in the successful negotiation of four Collective Bargaining Agreements with the Insulation Contractors Association of Washington, DC.

Daniel Coffey
Daniel Coffey
Therrien Waddell

Mr. Coffey joined the firm in 1992 after holding senior project management positions for local major real estate developers, general contractors of all sizes, and specialty drywall and carpentry companies. During his tenure as a Senior Project Manager, he managed design teams, site development, new building construction, renovations, and an extensive variety of interior projects from office, retail, bio-tech lab, data centers, health care, residential, and multi-family. Dan also devotes an extensive effort outside of the firm teaching Construction Management and Surveying classes for Montgomery College and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in their construction management programs, which he has done for the last 18 years. He also performs seminars in construction related topics for USGBC, Property Management Association (PMA), and other commercial real estate related groups. Click here to view Mr. Coffey’s full biography.

Charles Wallace
Charles Wallace
Maryland State Department of Education
Jeff Guido
Jeff Guido
C.H.O.I.C.E

Jeff Guido is the C.H.O.I.C.E. Field Representative for Montgomery, Prince Georges, Calvert, Charles and St Mary’s Counties and the Legislative lobbyist in Annapolis during the MD General Session. He is a MD master plumber/gasfitter and currently serves as the Vice President of Plumbers & Gas Fitters Local 5. He is married with two grown children and has been a resident of La Plata, MD for 30 years.

Jonathan Hess
Jonathan Hess
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.

Jonathan is a Senior Vice President at The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Systems Engineering and has a Master’s in Business Administration from Loyola. Click here to view Jonathan’s full biography.

Michelle Honey
Michelle Honey
Kinsley Construction

Michelle Honey, FAIA serves as business development executive for Kinsley Construction Inc., a family owned business founded in 1963 by Robert A. Kinsley of York, PA. Kinsley has evolved into one of the largest full-service firms in the nation and currently ranks 142, as measured annually by the national industry publication Engineering News Record. Kinsley serves specific areas of the construction industry through its eight divisions, which include: Building Construction, Sitework, Heavy/Highway and Bridge, Industrial, Manufacturing, Materials, Kinsley Custom, and Engineered Solutions Group. The Building Construction Division has grown to serve the mid-Atlantic region with offices in Baltimore, MD; Reading, PA; and the DC Metro Business Unit in Herndon, VA, where Michelle is located. The DC Metro Business Unit serves clients in Washington, DC, Northern and Central Virginia, and Southern Maryland. Kinsley targets projects that are diverse in size and varied in complexity in multiple market sectors, including education, health care, warehouse and distribution, multi-family, and government. Kinsley’s diversity is supplemented by two wholly-owned subsidiaries and nine affiliate companies with common ownership. Michelle is a construction management executive with more than 30 years of experience. She was the director of planning and project management for Georgetown University and followed as university architect and director of architecture, engineering and construction at the George Washington University. She was a visiting professor at the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Second Year Design Studio; critic for Catholic University of America’s Fifth Year Design Thesis and lectured at numerous architectural schools on the role of non-traditional architects and the role of women in architecture and construction management. She earned an Executive Master of Business Administration degree from Georgetown University, and Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Building Science degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Michelle is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, licensed with the Virginia Board of Contractors, an active member of the Association of University Architects, and a member of the Society of College and University Planners. She previously served on the board of the American Institute of Architects’ Washington Architectural Foundation and the Board of Directors at Gonzaga College High School. Currently, she serves on the board of the Maryland Center for Construction and Innovation and the President’s Counsel at Gonzaga.

Daraius Irani, Ph.D
Daraius Irani, Ph.D
Towson University

Dr. Daraius Irani serves as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Applied Research at Towson University. In this role, he fosters the development of partnerships between business, government, and education that contribute to the economic vitality of the greater Baltimore region.

For over twenty years, Irani has served in several senior leadership roles at Towson University. As vice president, Irani provides leadership and management to over 70 highly-skilled professionals who work on campus and in state agencies across the state. Collectively, his team works to improve the quality of life and the economic vitality of Maryland through four service areas: Applied Research and Technical Services, Center for Professional Studies, Entrepreneurship, and Office of Partnerships and Outreach.

Irani is committed to Towson University and has set priorities that reflect that commitment. These include working to better integrate the Division into the University; advancing Towson University’s reputation as a leader in applied research, education, and EdTech; and making positive impacts through university-community partnerships.

Additionally, Irani serves as chief economist for the Regional Economic Studies Institute (RESI) at Towson University, a policy group providing economic, fiscal impact, and policy analysis to state agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private sector firms. During his tenure at RESI, Irani has managed and served as lead economist on well over 250 research and analysis projects. He also has produced over 100 economic and fiscal impact statements for a diverse portfolio of clients.

Irani is often called upon to provide economic presentations to organizations across Maryland. He has appeared on CNN, the Marc Steiner show, WYPR’s Midday, and Maryland Public Television’s Business Connection. He is often quoted in articles published by Maryland Daily Record, Baltimore Business Journal, The Baltimore Sun, and Washington Post.

EDUCATION

Dr. Irani holds a Ph.D. in economics from University of California, Santa Barbara; a M.A. in business economics from University of California, Santa Barbara; and a B.A. in economics from University of California, San Diego.

PERSONAL

Dr. Irani is an avid bicyclist and golfer.

FUN FACT

What are three websites everyone should have bookmarked? www.WSJ.com, www.economist.com and www.NYTimes.com
Gregg Kaderabek
Gregg Kaderabek
Freestate Electrical Companies

Gregg Kaderabek with over 35 years of experience in the electrical industry is a key contributor to the many successes of the Freestate Electrical Companies. Mr. Kaderabek began his career with Freestate Electrical Company, shortly after it’s inception in 1984 as a Field Foreman, and through the years advanced to the position of General Manager of Freestate Electrical Service Company. Mr. Kaderabek through his experience and vision was instrumental in the development of Freestate’s Electrical Service Company and continues to be the driving force behind the division’s success. In addition to being the General Manager of Freestate Electrical Service Company, Mr. Kaderabek also holds the position of Vice President of AES Electrical Inc., the parent company of Freestate Electrical Service Company, Freestate Electrical Construction Company and TA Beach Electric. Mr. Kaderabek is a Partner, an Officer and sits on the Board of Directors for AES Electrical Inc.
Mr. Kaderabek successfully completed the Electrical Apprenticeship School, through NECA/IBEW Local 26 JATC, in 1982. Mr. Kaderabek then attended The University of Maryland – School of Business where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and Finance. Mr. Kaderabek is a licensed Master Electrician in the State of Maryland, the State of Virginia and The District of Columbia. Professional associations include; Anne Arundel County Electrical Board – Board Chairman, National Electrical Contractors Association – (Executive Board member, Labor Negations Committee, Board Member of NECA/IBEW Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee and Code Enforcement Committee), Metropolitan Subcontractors Association and The Washington Building Congress. In addition to his professional affiliations, Mr. Kaderabek is also an active member of the South River Youth Athletic Association, Crofton Athletic Association and The Knights of Columbus. Gregg and his wife Cathy reside in Mayo, Maryland with their 3 children; Jacqueline, Mackenzie and Michael. When Gregg isn’t at Freestate, he can be found either coaching or watching his children in their many sports and activities. Gregg is a lifelong resident of Maryland and is an avid fan of the Redskins, Nationals, Wizards, Capitals and the Maryland Terrapins. Personal interests include coaching and watching his children’s sports and activities, Golf, Boating and spending time with his family.

Arland Knipe
Arland Knipe
Gilbane Building Company

Arland Knipe is an 18-year veteran and has served in the role of project manager on highly relevant K-12 and higher education projects totaling more than $300 million. Arland has a strong background in the educational market and will enforce quality and safety standards while maintaining a safe, clean, and organized project site. He is a highly motivated individual with a keen eye for quality, and the ability to convey these qualities to owners and design professionals. Arland will be the main point of contact for both the preconstruction and construction phases. His primary responsibility during the design phase will be to perform and/or coordinate important preconstruction phase requirements including project meetings and consultation, cost modeling and cost estimates, value engineering, project schedules, phasing/sequencing, design/constructability reviews, document coordination, site logistics planning, bid package development, trade contractor qualification and bidding, bid scope reviews and contract awards, as well as development of the GMP. Arland will mobilize to the project site for the construction phase and will be responsible for project management, contract administration, schedule and budget, progress meetings, and monthly reports for the duration of the project, inclusive of commissioning, closeout and warranty support. Click here to view Mr. Knipe’s full biography.

Amy Mercurio
Amy Mercurio
Johns Hopkins University

Amy L. Mercurio is Director of Design & Construction for Johns Hopkins Facilities & Real Estate. In her role, Amy is responsible for all design and construction activities on the historic Homewood campus as well as the Peabody campus, other Baltimore locations, Washington DC, and Montgomery County. Amy is a graduate of the Penn State Harrisburg Structural Design & Construction Engineering program and has lived in Baltimore area since 1993, when she joined The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company as a Project Engineer. In her thirteen years at Whiting-Turner, Amy was involved primarily in renovation and retail projects such as the Camden Yards South Warehouse, renovation of Security West, The Mall in Columbia expansion and renovation, and Short Pump Town Center In 2008, Amy started at Johns Hopkins Facilities as a Senior Project Manager, responsible for a diverse set projects ranging from lab renovations to a cogeneration facility to the newest building on the Homewood Campus, Malone Hall. Amy is also a Board member of the Building Congress and Exchange and an active member of the Owner’s Committee.

Daniel P. Mosser
Daniel P. Mosser
College of Southern Maryland (CSM)
Dr. Daniel Mosser currently serves as the Vice President for Continuing Education and Workforce Development at the College of Southern Maryland (CSM).  In this capacity he has overall responsibility for all noncredit courses and programs offered at CSM with an annual enrollment of over 14,000 students.  He is a trusted and well-regarded voice for workforce development and career and technical education (CTE) at the local, state and national levels.
Dr. Mosser served in a similar capacity from 2001-2010 as the Vice President for Workforce Development and Continuing Education at Prince George’s Community College (PGCC).  Dr. Mosser also served as the Vice President for Education and Workforce Development for Associated Builders Contractors (ABC) were he was responsible for the planning and delivery of all education, training, and safety programs offered nationally by the trade association serving more than 35,000 participants annually. This included school-to-career; apprenticeship training; safety and health; management and supervisory training; and executive development programs.
Dr. Mosser also previously worked for the National Association of Home Builders as Director of Curriculum and Instruction.  In this capacity, he planned and directed federal grant programs including a model program for construction skills standards development, integrating academic and vocational curricula, and providing technical assistance and instructor training for Job Corps and in the areas of school-to-career, CTE, performance/skill assessment, and skill certification.  Dr. Mosser has taught at the middle school, high school, and university levels.
Dr. Mosser holds a Ph.D. in Industrial, Technological, and Occupational Education with a minor in Measurement and Statistics from the University of Maryland at College Park.
Dr. Bernard Sandusky
Dr. Bernard Sandusky
Maryland Association of Community Colleges

Dr. Sadusky began as MACC Executive Director in July 2012, after completing a year of service as interim superintendent at the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), where he filled the position left vacant by the 2011 retirement of Dr. Nancy Grasmick.

Dr. Sadusky served as superintendent of schools in Maryland’s Queen Anne’s County from 1994 to 2007, and spent more than 30 years in the Queen Anne’s school system as an administrator and teacher. He was recognized as Maryland’s Superintendent of the Year in 2007. Following his retirement in Queen Anne’s County, he joined MSDE as policy liaison to the local school systems, before being appointed by the Maryland Board of Education to serve as interim state superintendent in 2011.

With this extensive background in K-12 education in Maryland, Dr. Sadusky is recognized as having played an important role in achieving and maintaining “Maryland’s status as the number one school system in the nation.” In his role as the executive director of Maryland’s 16 community colleges, Dr. Sadusky is working with the Governor’s P-20 Council to integrate and enhance the alignment of K-12 with Maryland’s postsecondary education and training.

Dr. Sadusky received his bachelor’s degree in biology from King’s College in Pennsylvania. He holds a master’s degree in psychology from Washington College and a doctorate in educational administration from Nova-Southeastern University.

Michael Schlegel
Michael Schlegel
Bozzuto Construction - President

Mike Schlegel leads the strategic direction of the organization. Since joining the company in 1999, Mike has overseen the construction of more than 25,000 dwelling units, over one million square feet of retail, as well as public and private infrastructure projects, with an aggregate contract value exceeding $3 billion. He has also successfully expanded (and continues to expand) Bozzuto Construction’s operations to include more product markets and geographic locations in and around the Mid-Atlantic region.
Prior to joining Bozzuto Construction Company, Mike was a Vice President with Clark Builders Group, where he was integrally involved with the company’s startup and growth. Currently, Mike is acting as the Board of Montgomery Housing Partnership Chairman. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Housing Association of Non-Profit Developers, the Maryland Center for Construction Education and Innovation and the Virginia Tech Myers-Lawson School of Construction. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from Virginia Tech. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife and two children, and is an avid skier, sailor and mountain biker.

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In Memoriam.

Remembering Sheldon Joel Shapiro. On Thursday, February 7, 2019, Sheldon Shapiro passed away peacefully in his home in Bethesda, MD.

We will continue on our shared mission and vision, and honor Sheldon’s memory by devoting ourselves to the continual improvement of the people and company he so treasured.

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