As the president of CMC Construction, Tim defines the strategies for managing each project that incorporate the needs and expectations of all stakeholders. Tim has extensive experience in management of the overall design process from concept to completion, including assembly of the design team, management team and the performance and coordination of the architects, engineers, and consultants. In addition Tim takes the lead developing comprehensive cost estimates and budget strategies, including constructability reviews and value engineering alternatives.
Tim has played lead roles in a series of projects that define the skyline of Miami. Early in his career Tim was trained and certified as an instructor of the Total Quality Management approach to building. This foundation has been a cornerstone of the philosophy deployed on numerous projects over a 30 year career. Born and raised in a construction family, Tim has literally been in the construction business all his life. After graduation from Bradley University in Illinois, Tim began his career estimating projects across the Western United States for Kitchell Contractors based in Phoenix, Arizona. He then moved on to 18 year stay with the global contractor Bovis Lend Lease, focusing on projects primarily in the Southeastern United States. While at Bovis, Tim worked in a variety of progressive roles culminating with his role Vice President of Operations for Florida. In 2003 Tim became the President of CMC Construction. Tim’s recent accomplishments include earning a Masters of Science in Construction Management from Louisiana State University.
Over the course of his career there has always been a focus on the continuous refinement of the process deliverables that support a synergistic approach to team building. This dedication to the process has enabled the successful completion of large and complex projects such as the Four Seasons Hotel & Residences in Miami, Universal Studios in Orlando, Epic Residences & Hotel in Miami, and a series of luxury high rise residential endeavors. “Begin with the end in mind” is a habit instilled in his core approach to building and in building teams that communicate and cooperate to make the vision of the owner and design team into a reality.