Michael F. McNally is one of nine members of Skanska AB’s Senior Executive Team responsible for Skanska’s global operations. As President and CEO of Skanska USA Inc., he is directly responsible for Skanska USA Building, which specializes in building construction and Skanska USA Civil, which is focused on civil infrastructure.
Under Mike’s leadership, Skanska continues to grow and strengthen its presence in the U.S., with more than 9,600 employees in 39 offices and more than 800 active projects across the country, generating $6.7 billion in construction revenue in 2013. Skanska’s major projects include the renovation of the United Nations’ New York headquarters; University Medical Center in New Orleans; Catskill/Delaware Water Treatment UV Facility; No. 7 Line Subway Extension; Innovation, Science and Technology Building at Florida Polytechnic University; Kentucky Utilities Coal Combustion Residual Treatment System; Elizabeth River Tunnels; VTA/BART Silicon Valley Extension; Stone34; and two major projects at the World Trade Center.
Mike has proven to be a strong advocate for two of Skanska’s most important priorities, safety and sustainability. He played a key role in spearheading the launch of an industry-wide Safety Week, involving 31 national and global competitors who come together with the common goal of eliminating worker injury. Additionally, Mike took a public stance and pulled Skanska’s membership from the US Chamber of Commerce in protest of the chamber’s support of an industry group intent on undermining progress made in the area of green buildings. For his outstanding dedication to LEED, USGBC and green building, Mike received the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in the Private Sector Award in 2013.
Mike holds a BSCE degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of Rhode Island. Beginning his career as an offshore field engineer in Cairo, Egypt, he has more than 35 years of construction experience and an extensive background in large, complex projects in a variety of market sectors. Before coming to Skanska 16 years ago in 1998, Mike served as Vice President in charge of construction for Fluor Daniel’s Industrial Group.
Mike currently sits on the national board of directors for: the ACE Mentoring Program and the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure. He is currently Co-Chair of the YMCA of Greater New York “Strong Kids” Campaign.