ATLANTA, Ga. — Matt Steinmetz has joined Skanska USA’s Atlanta, Ga. office as vice president and will lead healthcare operations. In his new role, he will focus on growing the healthcare business, as well as guiding the strategic growth of Skanska’s healthcare work in the region.
Steinmetz joins Skanska with more than 25 years of experience in project management and construction, specifically in managing healthcare and higher education projects. Most recently, he was a project director at KBR Building Group and a regional healthcare executive at Turner Construction where he worked on several high-profile projects. These included the Duke University Medical Center, Lexington Medical Center and several healthcare and education buildings at Emory. Previous to these accomplishments, Steinmetz was a group vice president with Skanska where he oversaw many southeast hospital projects.
“Matt’s outstanding background makes him the ideal candidate to serve our healthcare clients’ needs, especially in Georgia,” said Co-Chief Operating Officer Scott MacLeod. “His familiarity with Skanska only adds to the level of expertise he brings.”
Steinmetz is involved with many local and national healthcare organizations and has memberships with the Georgia Hospital Association, Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals and a healthcare certificate with the American Society of Healthcare Engineering. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in building construction management from Purdue University.