RBF Consulting has announced the re-election of Todd Niemann as the president of the San Diego Regional Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Dec. 1.
Niemann also serves as vice president and construction manager in RBF’s Carlsbad, Calif. office.
The office of president requires Niemann to preside at chapter board of directors and general membership meetings, supervise the affairs of the board, and represent the profession as a spokesperson of the chapter.
“The board of directors has asked me to serve as president for one more year to primarily focus on the growth of the chapter, which has grown at a remarkable rate of 58 percent over the last year,” Niemann said.
“Our chapter’s growth is due to the outstanding efforts of the board and the programs we offer to our membership. As a result of this year’s growth, the chapter was recently awarded the Excellence in Membership Development Award at the recent CMAA national conference.”
Niemann has more than 22 years of experience in all facets of engineering and construction. His qualifications include past leadership positions within CMAA and the American Public Works Association (APWA). Niemann is active in his community and has been a proponent of reaching out to future leaders, by serving as coordinator of the APWA Career Guidance Program at Mission Viejo High School for more than 10 years.
“RBF is extremely proud that our firm’s leaders continue to also be committed and dedicated to leadership roles in the community,” Rick Rubin, senior vice president of RBF Consulting, said. “By being actively involved in professional organizations, not only are we exposed to new technology and practices, but this is an excellent opportunity to make significant and long lasting contributions to the engineering and construction professions.”
The CMAA is the national organization dedicated to advancing the profession and building business opportunities for construction and program managers. CMAA is a professional association, with both membership and programs growing every year.
With more than 3,900 individual and corporate chapter members, including both construction managers and project owners, CMAA has promoted successful collaboration on projects large and small, public and private.
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