Matthew has overseen a variety of projects for cultural, educational, institutional and processing facilities across all stages of development, including master planning, design, construction and commissioning. His diverse experience includes new construction, renovations, expansions and infrastructure upgrades. His work with multi-phased projects has given him a keen understanding of project logistics and phasing, scheduling, cost control, team communications and overall project management. Notable clients include the Archdiocese of New York, National Aquarium and Ronald McDonald House.
Matthew previously served as a Captain in the United States Army Corps of Engineers, where he was responsible for overseeing civil and structural engineering teams that supported missions throughout the world. A dedicated team player, his expertise and leadership is valued by clients, project team members and colleagues alike.
University of Florida, Hough Graduate School of Business
Master of Business Administration
University of Missouri-Rolla
Master of Engineering Management
United States Military Academy, West Point
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Conference for Catholic Facility Management (CCFM)