Mike Marston’s start in construction began on a roof. After spending a summer roofing houses, he was offered his first internship at a local construction management firm. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in Civil Engineering & EPP, Mike joined DPR in 1998 and has worked in multiple regions on some of our most notable life sciences projects, including a cell-culture drug manufacturing and return to service project in Vacaville, Calif. for Genentech, a member of the Roche Group. The project won a coveted 2016 Facility of the Year Award in the Process Innovation category from the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering. Along with being deeply embedded in the life sciences market, Mike has been an integral part of DPR's Bay Area operations and his favorite memories are all built around building trust and friendships among his colleagues during projects and DPR events.
Seize the day and make good choices.
- Role: Bay Area Business Unit Leader
- Favorite DPR Core Value: Integrity
- Favorite Thing About Construction: Breaking down complex projects into tangible segments to successfully complete projects.
- Desired Superpower: See into the future
- Your Hero: Socrates