A/E/C PROJECT MANAGEMENT BOOTCAMP
About Your Coaches
Christopher P. Martersteck, AIA, LEED AP, DBIA has more than 38 years of experience in the A/E/C industry. He has led teams in Project, Program and Construction Management as well as Design-Build engagements for several international architecture, engineering and construction firms. As Director of Project Management and Integrated Services, he has been responsible for client relationships as well as training, development and management of project delivery processes for fully integrated and unbundled A/E services for commercial, corporate, and institutional facilities. He has trained thousands of A/E/C PMs in the best practices of project delivery.
Mike D’Alessandro, P.E., PMP has a Masters in Environmental Engineering, as well as more than 25 years of experience as a consulting engineer and firm leader. He currently serves as Director of Corporate Development for Geosyntec, a major environmental engineering firm, where his is responsible for project delivery, operations systems, and corporate development. Over the past 11 years he has been with PSMJ, Mike has worked with hundreds of A/E/C firms throughout on strategic planning, operations improvements, and project management initiatives.
Alan F. Bollinger, P.E. has more than 25 years of experience and is currently Senior Vice President of Jacobs. His extensive project management experience includes project identification, scope and fee development, project team selection and leading the execution of agreed upon work. Measures of success include meeting or exceeding client’s standards for quality, service, responsiveness and project–specific financial measures. He has trained more than 10,000 project managers and program managers in the principles and fundamentals of successful project delivery.
William E. Hinsley III With more than 16 years of A/E/C industry experience, Bill has used his extensive skills in business development to single-handedly attract more than $200 million of work. As a National Director, Bill also pioneered a successful $30 million business development plan. As part of this multi-million dollar BD strategy, Bill took risks—breaking into new services and attracting new clients—and as the client development lead on the project, the buck (all $30 million of it) proverbially and literally stopped with him.