Megaprojects and P3s – Changing the Conversation
Includes a Live Event on 11/09/2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)
Roughly one third of all construction projects are megaprojects (over $1Bn), and that number is increasing. However, the challenges of such projects are well documented, with some parties beginning to question the model for building large, complex projects. FMI has done extensive research into the challenges of megaprojects, P3s, and other complex projects, and will explore five key ingredients to success in the world of complex projects: The Trust Factor, A Culture of Cohesion and Collaboration, Transparent and Authentic Leadership, Nimble and Autonomous Teams, and Educated and Experienced Owners.
Partner and Strategy Practice Lead
Mike Clancy advises construction, engineering and energy companies across the U.S. With a strong background in construction operations and strategy consulting experience, Mike brings a unique viewpoint to his client work that focuses on how to convert strategy developed in the boardroom into operational plans to be executed in the field. He possesses a deep knowledge of estimating, fleet operations, capital expenditure optimization, process improvement, strategy, management succession, and leadership development and training.
He has led multi-disciplinary teams within FMI and outside industry professional groups to solve complex challenges for his clients and the broader industry. Mike is a nationally recognized speaker for associations and trade events.
Earlier in his career, Mike held several key operational and management roles in general contracting and development firms throughout the southeastern U.S. He also served in the U.S. Army as a junior non-commissioned officer.
- Purchasing and Estimating Management
- Fleet Operations
- Leadership Development
- Process Improvement
- Oil & Gas
- Renewable Energy
- Master of Business Administration, Finance and Competitive Strategy, University of Florida
- Bachelor of Science, Construction Management, University of Florida