Michael Beattie is chief executive and president of operations at MBM Consulting and Construction Corporation, a Toronto-based firm that applies change management, supply chain management and program management of every type of construction project to help ensure financial goals are met.
Michael Beattie founded MBM Consulting in 1995 after starting his career in operations, turnarounds and mergers and acquisition work for Lakeview Holdings in Toronto.
MBM Consulting has grown into a respected name throughout North America for its innovative leadership in successfully managing some of the most ambitious commercial and residential construction projects in North America. In addition to buildings, the firm has done considerable work in road engineering and operations and maintenance programs.
Michael has a strong track record as an innovative mechanical designer and construction engineer. He is known for his skills at mobilizing and facilitating cohesive teams, developing productive and successful relationships with subcontractors and effectively liaising with clients to achieve complex integrated project delivery goals.
Michael has grown MBM Consulting into a firm with strong annual revenues. Using his skills in project design and construction, he has combined those capabilities with his interests and credentials in sustainable design to differentiate MBM Consulting from other players in the industry.
Michael and MBM Consulting have also led projects that have spanned the United States, from the “Big Dig” in Boston and a FedEx ground hub in Allentown, Pennsylvania to the Los Angeles West Line Transit extension.
While with Lakeview Holdings, Michael was involved in several transactions that created organizations with combined assets of $12 billion. He still serves the organization as a director of its Lakeview Holdings Trust, helping to oversee investments for a land trust portfolio.
Michael holds his MBA from Western University’s Executive MBA program. He earned his undergraduate degree from McGill University, with a dual major of mechanical engineering and business commerce.