About Michael

Michael leads McKinsey’s global work on infrastructure megaprojects, supporting clients in all asset classes throughout the entire value chain—from financing, planning, design and program management to construction and operations. He also plays a leadership role in our work in engineering and construction, advising leading companies and investors in the sector on growth strategy, operational improvement, and organizational structure and health.

Michael’s client service builds on a 36-year career in infrastructure and engineering and construction, during which he developed deep expertise in topics including construction, design, finance, maintenance, operations, planning, and regulatory approval.

He has served as the executive in charge for some of the world’s largest infrastructure projects—for both public- and private-asset owners—and has held C-level roles at global construction, design, and professional-services firms.

Reflecting his industry leadership, Michael has served as a board member for numerous professional and sector associations, including the North American Construction Industry Round Table and the American Consulting Engineers Council. He has served as vice chairman for the New Jersey Alliance for Action and the New York Building Congress and supports charitable organizations, such as the Salvadori Center, which invests in educating young people in the engineering field. Michael is a frequent speaker at industry forums.

Published work

The road to renewal: How to rebuild America’s infrastructure,” McKinsey & Company, March 2017

Education

Saint John’s University
MBA, executive management

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MS, transportation engineering

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
BS, civil engineering