Vice President of Public-Private Partnerships, CORE Construction
Roger is a fourth generation builder who currently serves as Vice President of Public-Private Partnerships for CORE Construction, a leading construction management firm in the U.S. In his current role, Roger is responsible for overseeing all of CORE’s public-private developments across the country, working closely with project consortium partners and public sector counterparties to help successfully facilitate all aspects of a development from structured finance through long-term facility management.
In 2012, Roger helped structure and oversee the successful implementation of Arizona’s first ever privately financed and maintained public schools under a progressive DBFM (design, build, finance, maintain) structure, and has since helped architect dozens of innovative social infrastructure projects across the country. He is considered by many to be a leading subject matter expert on integrated project delivery methodologies, and he is an active participant in the Performance Based Building Coalition and the U.S. Green Building Council.
Roger is a graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin where he obtained a degree in business administration and finance.