Senior Vice President and Director, Global Program Management – AECOM
Timothy C. McManus is Senior Vice President and Director of Global Program Management for AECOM (NYSE: ACM), an $8-billion global provider of professional technical and management support services. AECOM’s 45,000 employees – including architects, engineers, designers, planners, scientists and management professionals – serve clients in more than 140 countries around the world, and is the No. 1 ranked Sports Consulting Firm. AECOM has been involved with the Olympic Games, the World Cup and other major games and events for the last 3 decades.
In his role, Mr. McManus works closely with all AECOM Operating Groups throughout the world to establish best practices, control systems and standards, and delivery strategies associated with the management and control of major capital projects and programs across all industry sectors, and is the Executive Sponsor for AECOM Global Sports. Mr. McManus has extensive experience in program and construction management in various countries for both the public and private sector and has been involved with several major sports projects and programs including the London 2012 Olympics, He has taught at Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Engineering – Construction Management Program for over a decade, and lectured at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design – Special Programs, and the Harvard Business School – Executive Education Program, and recently was named as an Industry Advisor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Engineering for the Global Leaders in Construction Management Program.. He was co-chair of the Program Management Committee for the Construction Management Association of America and has presented and published numerous papers at the various conferences and seminars. In addition, he has been a contributing author to and industry books and manuals.
Mr. McManus has been involved with the management and control of various projects and capital programs in the sports industry including the London 2012 Summer Olympics, the new Yankee Stadium, Dodger Stadium Renovation, and was the Program Director for the planning, development and delivery of Gillette Stadium and all associated infrastructure working directly for the New England Patriots. He has also served as the Director for AECOM”s internal Program Management Office for Post-Hurricane Sandy Recovery work in New York, and has served as the Program Director for the $50-billion Infrastructure Development Program for the country of Libya, and has been a Senior Technical Director for the $16-billion Second Avenue Subway project in New York, the $25-billion Crossrail Program in London, the $1.2-billion Lincoln Center Development Program in New York, Harvard University’s Allston Development Program and the New Port of Doha, Qatar, among others. He has also served as the director and/or senior technical advisor on a variety of major health care, facilities, environmental, water and wastewater projects as well as projects in the aviation, rail and transit, highway and bridge, marine, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and energy industries.
Prior to joining AECOM, Mr. McManus was the Regional Director of construction consulting for Ernst & Young LLP, and a member of Exxon’s international project management group.
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