The Dynamic Personal Micro Transit project will provide an alternative transportation option through zero-emission, autonomous Glydcars operating in dedicated guideways in East Contra Costa County in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Northwest Division operates in Washington and across California, where Flatiron is a leading local contractor. The Division is responsible for significant and signature projects in northern California and Washington state.
Senior Vice President – Northwest Division
Mike leads Flatiron operations in the Northwest Division — collaborating with clients, industry partners, project teams and colleagues to successfully deliver complex infrastructure projects. Mike has achieved success in a broad range of construction leadership roles during his 38 years in heavy civil construction. Now in his 25th year with Flatiron, he has worked with project teams to deliver multi-staged highway, bridge and other infrastructure projects — including California High-Speed Rail, the Sacramento Airport Airside Expansion, Calaveras Dam Replacement and the I-405 Renton to Bellevue Expansion. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from California State University, Chico. He is a trainer for the Caltrans Fundamentals of Partnering, a member of the Caltrans Construction Partnering Steering Committee and a member of Association of General Contractors of California.
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Flatiron's Northwest Division has extensive experience building and repairing transportation infrastructure on the West Coast of the U.S. With operations across California and in Washington, Flatiron specializes in bridge and roadway construction, managed lane projects, transit and rail work, utility and underground projects, airport improvement projects and other civil infrastructure. The Division is currently constructing the Presidio Parkway project, a public-private partnership to reconstruct the approach to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Our California Contractor License No. is 772589.
Key ProjectsPresidio Parkway Phase IICalaveras DamEchoWater NST Project (Nitrifying Sidestream Treatment)
More than 100 engineering students from nine Bay Area colleges and universities toured the Anderson Dam Tunnel Project.
Seattle’s Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station Receives 2023 Award for Innovation & Achievement in Sustainability
The Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station earned the 2023 Award for Innovation & Achievement in Sustainability from the Northwest Construction Consumer Council.