Mike Wawszkiewicz Joins CDM Smith as National P3 and Alternative Delivery Specialist
COLUMBUS, Ohio—CDM Smith is proud to welcome Michael Wawszkiewicz to its Columbus, Ohio office and transportation team as a national technical specialist for public-private partnerships (P3) and alternative delivery. With two decades of experience, Wawszkiewicz recently built a P3 and program management practice at another consulting firm and previously led the Ohio Department of Transportation’s division of innovative delivery, where he managed P3 policy development and the procurement of some of the state’s largest highway construction contracts.
Wawszkiewicz believes in the power of P3s and alternative delivery to implement challenging, massive transportation projects. “These projects can take decades using traditional delivery methods,” he says. “Through innovative financing and alternative delivery, we can complete needed projects sooner and recognize significant benefits for everyone.”
“Mike’s ability to see the big picture, while also being strong technically, is a tremendous asset to the firm and our market,” says Doug LaVoie, CDM Smith Transportation Services Group Director. “We are excited to have Mike as part of the transportation team and look forward to his part in helping us advance infrastructure for our clients.”
On why he chose to join CDM Smith, Wawskiewicz says that he was drawn to CDM Smith’s culture of innovation. “The approach to planning and delivering transportation projects is evolving quickly,” he says. “CDM Smith is welcoming that change and expanding its leadership in policy, emerging technologies and alternative project delivery. There is a noticeable desire for continuous improvement and quality.”
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