July 26, 2016
Davis recognized as a leader in the Pittsburgh business community and at Michael Baker
Chad Davis (vice president of infrastructure at Michael Baker’s Moon Township office) was recognized by the Pittsburgh Business Times
as a 2016 Fast Tracker for his noteworthy impact on the company and the community.
The Fast Tracker award identifies leaders in local business and nonprofit communities under the age of 40 who have made significant contributions to the growth, scope and impact of their organization. The Pittsburgh Business Times
featured the 42 Fast Trackers in the July 15, 2016 issue of the publication. The full feature includes an interview with Chad and can be found here
“Chad consistently delivers unmatched expertise and direction in his everyday work that is apparent to anyone who works with him,” said Greg Cerminara, office executive for Michael Baker’s Pittsburgh region. “His contributions not only help to provide high-quality solutions for clients and the community, but his efforts help to develop our company’s impact on the region. I am proud to congratulate Chad on this honor and look forward to his ongoing professional growth as a future leader at Michael Baker.”
At Michael Baker, Davis is responsible for the operational management of the Pittsburgh office’s civil, environmental, geographic information systems and survey departments and oversees 175 office and field professionals. As the company’s national technical lead for dam and levee services, he has led multi-disciplinary teams on multi-million-dollar projects across the nation. Currently, Davis is leading efforts on the Buckeye Lake Dam project near Columbus, Ohio, which includes the installation of nearly $45 million in improvements to the 4.1-mile long dam. Davis also has been an avid volunteer for numerous community events and company-sponsored STEM initiatives.