Michael Baker International has named Teresa Irby-Butler, P.E., CCM, PMP, Water/Wastewater Regional Construction Services Practice Lead.
Based in the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office, Irby-Butler will be responsible for assisting the National Construction Services Practice Lead in identifying, pursuing and executing national water/wastewater construction projects, while providing regional construction services leadership, expertise and mentorship to the firm’s southeast region, which includes Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
“We are thrilled to complement our growing Construction Services Practice with the addition of a construction management practitioner of Teresa’s caliber,” said Tom Zagorski, P.E., Michael Baker’s National Practice Lead for Construction Services. “Teresa’s leadership and credentials, combined with her ability to successfully manage projects and industry relationships, exemplifies Michael Baker’s commitment to the Water/Wastewater industry.”
Irby-Butler has more than 17 years of experience in the design and construction of major water/wastewater projects. Her expertise includes scheduling, estimating, constructability and biddability reviews, risk analysis and construction sequencing, inspection, commissioning, cost control and reporting for complex infrastructure construction projects and programs with construction values up to $2 billion.
Irby-Butler is an active participant in the Construction Management Association of America, where she volunteers as a certified mentor in the Construction Manager-In-Training Mentor Program. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of South Alabama and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin, Alabama, New York, Texas, and Virginia.