Construction Management Alumni
What can you do with a CM degree?
These construction management alumni discuss what they do in their careers.
Construction Management Alumni & Industry Advisory Board
The purpose of the Construction Management Alumni & Industry Advisory Board is to:
- Unite alumni in the Construction Management Program (CM) and its predecessors (Building Construction Management, Building Construction, Residential Building, and Housing and Lumber Merchandising).
- Provide a helpful means of advisory service to the administration, faculty and CM students, by developing and updating a Strategic Plan, which incorporates direct survey input from the industry, students and faculty.
- Address the quality of the Construction Management curriculums on an annual basis and every third year the Board shall undertake a comprehensive assessment of the curriculums. The Board Chairperson shall provide written feedback to the CM program director and faculty summarizing the Board’s outcome in each case. The Board shall work with the CM program director to obtain documents necessary to conduct its reviews.
- Encourage alumni and industrial financial support for CM.
- Provide support for the Board’s Endowment Fund.
Board activities include hosting one of the best attended and well-run golf outings in the College and University each year. The outing provides the funds that allow the board to support the program by funding portions of the lab and the student competition teams. In addition, the board has paid the Student NAHB dues for the members of the SBCA for several years. The board sponsors student field trips to project sites in the area and around the region. Other activities include hosting faculty, alumni and student mixer tailgates at one or more of the home football games each year and funding special requests from the students and the program.
- Robert M. Aydukovic, president, Maryland Center for Construction Education Innovation.
- Justin Barnes, project manager, Barton Malow Company.
- Ken Bertolini, director of workforce development, Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association.
- Charles Bohm, assistant project manager, Power Construction Company, LLC.
- Brian Conklin, Senior Project Manager, Alberici Constructors.
- Bill Cox, estimator, Clark Construction Company.
- Douglas J. Cron, President, Cron Management.
- Giancarlo D’Agostino, Project Manager, KCCD&B
- Chris DeHeaven, senior project manager, McCarthy Building Company.
- Kevin Foucher, vice president, Commercial Contracting Corporation.
- Jeremy Gershonowicz, Vice President – Director of Retail, Sachse Construction.
- Melanie Goerke, Sustainability Consultant, Steven Winter Associates.
- Lisa Honaman, Architectural Sales Representative, Viracon.
- Nikki Kerchner, project manager, The Christman Company.
- James Kramek, Senior Project Manager, Barton Malow.
- Matt Larsen, Project Manager, Pioneer Construction.
- Jon Lynch, President, Three Rivers Corporation.
- Grant Malone, assistant project manager, Alberici Constructors, Inc.
- Pamela Mazor, project director, The Dow Chemical Co.
- Tim Mrozowski, professor - emeritus, Construction Management Program.
- Michael Prochazka, project manager, The Christman Co.
- Tim Prochko, senior legal council, Tarkett Sports.
- Sean Rewold, Project Manager, Frank Rewold & Sons.
- Bristol Reynolds, The Whiting Turner Contracting Co.
- Craig Schneider, project manager, The Whiting Turner Contracting Co.
- Jeff Stover, Midwest Heavy Civil Area Manager, Walsh Construction.
- Art Theusch, President, Collaborative.
- Kylie Smith, project engineer, Wade Trim.
- David Straub, COO, Mayberry Homes.
- Aaron Walsh, General Manager – Great Lakes Region, Alberici Constructors.
- Ryan Williams, workplace strategist, Interior Environments.
- Ed Wygnal, Mechanical Project Manager, Johnson Controls.