Bringing over 25 years of construction management experience to B&D, Ms. Vincent serves as a project manager in the firm’s Washington, DC office, and is engaged full-time in helping to manage the $1 billion Baltimore City Public Schools modernization effort. Prior to joining B&D, she managed projects in Baltimore for the Housing Authority of Baltimore City and for Coppin State University. In the District of Columbia, she provided project management services for the creation of the Chuck Brown Memorial Park, managing the process from concept through multiple agency approvals, bid out, execution, and turnover. Additionally, she served as a project manager for the modernization of a 66,000 square foot vacant wing of McKinley High School into the STEM McKinley Middle School, which resulted in the middle school receiving a LEED Platinum designation.
Ms. Vincent utilizes community outreach as an integral tool for her projects--a quality that aligns with B&D’s program management services and mission to make clients the strongest owners possible.