In his new role, Artin will be responsible for construction, development, engineering and program management activities for the company in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, Virginia corridor, including major commercial, infrastructure and public works programs. Artin’s Washington assignments included the fast-track, design-build construction program at Nationals Park, the first LEED Silver certified stadium in America; conversion of RFK Stadium as the Washington Nationals’ interim home field; modernization of District of Columbia public schools, D.C. courthouses renovation; and planning and building the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
“Philip Artin is an energetic leader who pulls together big teams to meet bold goals,” said Deryl McKissack, CEO at McKissack & McKissack. “He builds teams that trust one another and focus on reaching audacious goals. We’re so glad to see him reunited with our team to help us deliver excellence in our next phase of growth.”