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CMAA Ushers in Next Generation of STV Leaders

Jan 13, 2021

Three STV employees were recently elected president of their local Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) chapters, with several others joining CMAA as committee chairs, officers, and volunteers across the country.

Tim Mason, CCM, vice president, was named CMAA’s Mid-Atlantic Chapter president. Mason brings eight years of experience with CMAA, including chairing the chapter’s program committee and serving as the secretary and vice president.

“One of my personal goals is to double the number of scholarships we award each year,” Mason said. “CMAA is truly a special organization that allows collaboration at all levels, from thought leaders to student chapter members.”

Senior engineer Kevin Nolan, P.E., CCM, LEED AP BD+C, associate, is leading CMAA’s Chicago Chapter. He was encouraged to join the local chapter, and was soon named the chapter treasurer eventually becoming board secretary and chapter vice president.

“CMAA is a huge resource during times of change, when the industry needs to evolve,” Nolan said. “Our Chicago chapter is actively working to organize events for our scholarship fund and provide networking and resources to smaller firms.”

CMAA’s Connecticut Chapter has welcomed project executive and vice president Mark Dupre as its new president. Dupre joined CMAA in 2015 as communications director and most recently served as vice president.

“I’m aiming to increase student chapters and membership,” Mark said. “Unlike many other professional groups, CMAA allows folks to get out of their silo and be exposed to other specialties. Students and industry professionals always have something to learn.”

STV is a long-time supporter of CMAA, which currently has 30 regional chapters throughout the country that provide professional development, scholarships, award recognition, and advocacy for the construction management profession as new local, regional, and federal legislation is developed.