Wendel is pleased to announce that Construction Practice Area Leader, Mark D. Molnar, PE, has been named a member of the Design-Build Committee of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York. This committee serves to educate members and the public on design-build and monitor/pursue legislation in the interest of this project delivery method which can offer innovative design, shorter schedules and cost savings on certain projects.
“At Wendel, because we have designers, engineers, construction professionals and owners involved from day one, we can deliver the best project for our clients and meet their needs, budget, schedule and expectations. Mark’s involvement with the ACEC New York Design-Build Committee reinforces our commitment to providing open book transparency and allows us to stay abreast of changes in the industry so we can continue to best serve our clients.” – Stewart C. Haney, CEO
Founded in 1921, the ACEC New York is the state’s premier organization for consulting engineering firms, representing 270 companies and 25,000 employees in New York. ACEC New York is a strong supporter of the design-build delivery tool, and looks forward to working with our industry partners and state and city public policy makers to expand authorization of design-build in New York State and further refine and enhance its effective use in the future (https://acecny.org/page/designbuild).
Mark has over 33 years of experience in the planning, design and management of multidiscipline projects for both public and private clients, with an emphasis on gaming/ hospitality, public transit and commercial projects throughout the United States. He is well versed in a variety of project delivery methods, including traditional design-bid-build, construction management and design-build. He is experienced at acting as an owner’s representative/owner’s project manager for design and construction projects. Mark helps owners understand all of their options and assists them with choosing the delivery method that best fits their project needs.