CMAA Inducts Members Into College of Fellows

The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) announced three members have been selected for induction into the CMAA College of Fellows. They are:

Construction Management Association of America selects three members to induct into the CMAA College of Fellows.
Construction Management Association of America selects three members to induct into the CMAA College of Fellows.
  • Paul W. Foster, CCM, president, Foster CM Group, San Antonio, Texas
  • Christopher J. Payne, PE, CCM, president and COO, MBP, Fairfax, Va.
  • Brian A. Stover, PE, CCM, vice president, HNTB, Arlington, Va.

CMAA members are nominated and selected in recognition of their demonstrated leadership in the industry, their contributions to the profession, the industry, the association, and their commitment to the future. The FCMAA designation is the highest honor CMAA can bestow on an individual member and this year’s honorees are no exception.

“These individuals were selected for their record of contributions to the success of CMAA, their dedication to CMAA’s core objectives, and their commitment to the future of the organization,” says Robert Fraga, AIA, FCMAA, chancellor of the CMAA College of Fellows. “I look forward to their future success and to the new perspectives they bring to the college’s work.”

The College of Fellows seeks to represent a diverse community of industry leaders who lend their knowledge and insight to the strategic issues facing the industry and the construction management profession, identify and assist in the development of future leaders, and take an active role in supporting the mission of CMAA.

“The selection committee has made outstanding choices for this year’s inductees,” says Andrea S. Rutledge, CAE, president and CEO of CMAA. “These individuals have a clear commitment to CMAA’s success promoting the profession of construction management and the use of qualified construction managers on projects and programs.”

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