As any good president should, Mike has experience that runs the gamut. Mike has worked as a service general manager for projects galore, from hotels and commercial buildings to medical facilities and energy conservation. In construction, he has designed, estimated and served as project manager–he really has done it all. Working for MMC Contractors in Kansas City, he built the company into a leader in healthcare construction. In 2013, he joined TDIndustries as president to develop the Dallas office, guiding all construction and service in the region.
Mike studied mechanical engineering at Drexel University and Villanova University. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in management with a minor in marketing from Franklin Pierce University.
Mike is very involved with the industry. He’s a member of ASHRAE, the National Society of Professional Engineers, the Association of Energy Engineers (charter member), the National Association of Plumbing Engineers and the Association of General Contractors; chairman of the Lean Construction Institute’s Research Committee, past president and co-founder of the Kansas City Chapter of the Lean Construction Institute, member of the Leadership Advisory Council for Pittsburg State University’s Construction School, member of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Energy and Environmental committees, past board member of The Builder’s Association, past board and executive committee member of the Labor Management Council of Kansas City, past national board member of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America, past board member and president of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Kansas City and past board chairman of the Plumbing Contractors of America.