Walker Lee Evey, senior vice president, 3D International, will keynote the Construction Management Association of America’s spring conference May 17 to 19 in Boston, MA.
Evey was previously the program manager for the 10-year, $4-billion Pentagon Renovation Program. Evey was honored earlier in 2003 by President George W. Bush with the Presidential Distinguished Executive Rank Award “for sustained extraordinary accomplishment in management of programs of the United States Government and for leadership exemplifying the highest standards of service to the public, reflecting credit on the career of civil service.”
He also was 2002’s recipient of CMAA’s Person of the Year award.
Evey’s presentation on Leadership and Teamwork will take place Monday, May 17 at 1:00 p.m.
Other highlights of the conference will include a luncheon hosted by CMAA’s New England chapter featuring a presentation by Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Dan Grabauskas and a professional development program of 18 educational seminars and workshops.
CMAA President Christine Keville, stated, “It is a privilege to have Lee Evey as our featured keynote speaker. Evey is not only a professional construction manager who managed the procurement and renovation of the Pentagon, he is the consummate team builder who led the repair of the terrorists’ damage to one of the most famous buildings in the United States. Evey was able to focus on the nation’s vision at a time of uncertainty.”