Michael Baker executive joins Science Center board
COURTESY OF CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER
Carnegie Science Center is welcoming David Martin to its Board of Directors. Martin is the Senior Vice President of Michael Baker International and principal executive of the company’s Pittsburgh headquarters.
Martin brings more than 25 years of experience in operations management, project management, business development, and engineering design of buildings and infrastructure projects in the commercial, federal, and institutional marketplace worldwide. Michael Baker International supports federal, state, and municipal governments, foreign allied governments, and a wide range of private development and commercial clients.
“The shortage of engineers and technical professionals will only increase over the next decade,” Martin said. “Carnegie Science Center’s initiatives and leadership in STEM education as a driving force to meet the educational needs of the future drove my interest to be involved with the board.”
Martin holds a bachelor of science degree in architectural engineering (structural engineering and construction management options) from Pennsylvania State University. He completed graduate studies in civil engineering at the University of South Carolina, and the MBA program at Clemson University. He has completed numerous engineering and leadership training programs and is affiliated with the Society of American Military Engineers, Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania, American Institute of Steel Construction, Project Management Institute, US Green Building Council and Leadership Pittsburgh.