Michael McIntyre has joined Manhattan Construction Co. as vice president specializing in healthcare sector construction. He brings three decades of healthcare construction experience to Manhattan, including $3 billion of healthcare program management, construction management and design-build project experience.
“Mike’s background includes providing construction management services for some of nation’s largest healthcare systems,” said Manhattan Construction President John Reyhan. “It is a pleasure to welcome him to our team, which is dedicated to promoting quality and innovation in planning, design and construction for our clients.”
McIntyre most recently worked as national account and healthcare operations manager for Jacobs Program Management Co. Examples of his project experience includes account management of Kaiser Permanente’s Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quality (IDIQ) Program in Oakland, California, pre-construction management for an integrated design-build project for Detroit Medical Center in Michigan, planning and pre-construction program leader of Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Diagnostic Treatment and Food Service Pavilion in Miami, Florida. McIntyre has worked with some of the country’s most innovative and leading edge healthcare and research institutions, including The University of Michigan and Emory University Hospital, providing planning, pre-construction, construction management, commissioning and project activation services.
McIntyre graduated with a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the University of South Florida and a bachelor of science in environmental engineering from Central Michigan University. He is licensed as a certified general contractor in Florida and is a LEED Accredited Professional BD+C by the U.S. Green Building Council.