How are macro-economic trends affecting your projects? What impact is the current economic climate having on your service providers? How is project delivery changing in this new environment? Understand how owners and construction and engineering companies are responding in these changing times and how the current environment is shaping project delivery.
Understand macro-economic trends affecting project delivery ,what impact consolidation and acquisitions have on owners, construction engineering companies and project delivery, and what this means for the future of project delivery.
Michael Landry, a Managing Director with FMI, is the sector leader for engineering and design firms within FMI’s investment banking group. He advises leading firms on buying companies, merging with other companies, selling companies, and selling non-core operations. Michael also helps companies with capital structuring and sourcing, strategic planning and ownership transition issues.
Michael has significant domestic and international industry experience, having been Vice President of Finance for CH2M HILL, Vice President and Head of Mergers and Acquisitions for The Shaw Group and Director of Acquisitions and Divestitures for Duke Energy. Michael was also a development banker, focused on Asian infrastructure projects, for the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. Michael’s experience base encompasses the water and wastewater, transportation, power, environmental, disaster recovery and response, general building, oil and gas, and chemicals sectors. In addition, he has experience with operations and maintenance, facilities management, program management, military housing and government contracting.
Michael received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana State University and a Master of International Management degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He holds FINRA Series 79 and 63 licenses.