A leader in engineering and consulting services providing innovative infrastructure solutions.
Michael Baker International, a leading provider of engineering and consulting services, including design, planning, architectural, environmental, construction and program management, has been solving some of the world’s most complex infrastructure challenges for nearly 80 years with a legacy of expertise, experience, innovation and integrity.
Based in Pittsburgh and with nearly 100 offices nationwide, we partner with clients on everything from roads, bridges, tunnels, mass transit, and airports, to water treatment plants, arctic oil pipelines, environmental restoration and specialized overseas construction. We serve as a trusted adviser to the communities we serve, making them safer, more accessible, more sustainable and more prosperous.
We provide visionary leadership in facilitating transformational change for our clients. Our work delivers differentiating innovations and dedicated experts who challenge the status quo and share a world of diverse experience and an impassioned entrepreneurial spirit. We deliver quality of life.
We Make a Difference.
To be the best professional services company in the industry, where We Make a Difference by continuously innovating and delivering outstanding service to our clients and providing our people with fulfilling careers where they attain personal and professional satisfaction and make a demonstrable difference in the communities in which we live and serve.
Our purpose is to demonstrate how We Make a Difference by continuously innovating and improving our service to our clients, our people and the communities we serve.
We accomplish this by:
The leadership team of Michael Baker International is committed to serving our clients, meeting the needs of our people and growing our business.
Brian A. Lutes
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Communications Officer
David M. Boone , P.E.
Chief Growth Officer
Ed Gentilcore , J.D.
Chief Legal Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Human Resource Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Brescia , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the Northeast Region
Michael J. Conaboy , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the West Region
Juan Contreras , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the Gulf Coast Region
James E. Koch , Ph.D., P.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the Mid-Atlantic Region
Jeffery R. Kullman , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the Mountain Region
Tommy Montgomery , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the Southeast Region
Kenton Zinn , P.E., S.E.
Senior Vice President and Regional Director of the Great Lakes Region
Senior Vice President and Federal Market Lead, Navy
Brian G. May
Senior Vice President and Federal Market Lead, Air Force
Senior Vice President and Market Lead, Federal Markets
H. Daniel Cessna , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Transportation
Suad Cisic , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Water
Jeff Clevenger , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Design-Build
Malcolm Dougherty , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Practice Executive, Transportation
Brian Kozy , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Bridge
Niek Veraart , AICP, ASLA, ENV SP
Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Planning
Tom Zagorski , P.E.
Senior Vice President and Practice Lead, Construction Services
The award-winning projects below represent only a handful of the many initiatives we undertake to help solve the world’s most complex challenges with our full continuum of capabilities in engineering, planning and consulting.
Michael Baker Receives APA National Planning Honor Award for West Point Clinton District Area Development PlanMORE INFO
Pueblo Viejo District Implementation Strategy Plan Honored by APA Inland Empire Section with Urban Design AwardMORE INFO
Sustainability Plan for the Custom and Border Protection’s Advanced Training Center Recognized with Honor Award from the American Planning AssociationMORE INFO
Menifee Comprehensive Plan Development Code Update is the APA Inland Empire Section’s Overall Winner in the Best Practices CategoryMORE INFO
Cow Camp Road Bridge over Gobernadora Canyon is ASCE Orange County’s Project of the YearMORE INFO
Spring Lake Dam Receives ACEC Mississippi Engineering Excellence Honor AwardMORE INFO
Winona Bridge Project Recognized with 2019 ACEC Georgia Honor AwardMORE INFO
Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol (Seventh Street) Bridge Wins 2019 Prize Bridge AwardMORE INFO
We develop and manage processes that drive safety, productivity, efficiency and cost-effectiveness in support of organizational growth.
We must never stand still; we commit to our work with passion and constantly strive for excellence.
Michael Baker International embraces the philosophy that we are stronger together. Our Pack knows "why" we work together. Our Pack members share a passion for one another, make sacrifices for a common objective and truly care for and trust one another. Our Pack is both competitive and fearless and able to greet each challenge as an opportunity. Our Pack is empathetic and selfless.
We may act autonomously at times; however, we remain unified. Our Pack is efficient and effective. It considers the well-being of others and understands the importance of health, family and community. Our Pack helps those in need and treats others as we would want to be treated. Our Pack values loyalty, inclusiveness, diversity and equality. Our Pack is direct, transparent, candid, honest and humble and demonstrates uncompromising integrity.
Michael Baker International’s Chairman’s Award, our Company’s highest honor, was established in 2018 to recognize employees who exemplify our Wolf Pack philosophy—that we are stronger together—and who have made exemplary contributions to our Company.
We partner with the nonprofit Bridges to Prosperity to provide access to basic services in isolated communities worldwide.
Our Pittsburgh office collected more than 3,500 cans and bottled water for the Salvation Army as part of a competition hosted by CANstruction – Pittsburgh.
In our annual Green Commute Challenge, employees documented almost 28,000 “green miles” which saved about 980 gallons of fuel.