I am a construction project manager, with 15+ years of diverse national and international experiences in construction management, project tactical coordination, engineering. Delivering AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) projects in the United States, Turkey, Europe and the Middle East I have provided clients with owners' representation services, engineering oversight in core-shell civil engineering, construction project management of mission critical facilities, structural and general construction and technology infrastructure management.

I have a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Yildiz Technical University in Istanbul, Turkey and with a master of science degree in construction management from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia I will oversee complicated technical infrastructure delivery and new prototypical design deployments, integrating multiple systems and construction techniques.

As owner's representative I have completed mixed-use residential/commercial, retail, class A office and multi-unit construction. In this capacity I work to translate the owners' requirements into a clear and transparent management program offering control of contract, budget and schedule.

I am well versed in the field and is an area expert in heavy civil construction projects where I have experience constructing corporate, transportation, government and higher-education facility elements. In addition, I support clients with sustainable design delivery where I have contributed to the completion of several LEED projects.

Current Role at Stanford

I am currently working for SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory which operated by Stanford University as a contractor for the United States Department of Energy (DOE) in San Francisco Bay Area as Senior Construction Manager and Subject Matter Expert (SME).

Education & Certifications

  • Master of Science - MS, Thomas Jefferson University, Construction Management (2018)
  • Bachelor of Science - BS, Yildiz Technical University, Civil Engineering


  • the Matter in Extreme Conditions Upgrade Facility (MEC-U), SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

    New underground experimental hall for expanded Matter in Extreme Conditions (MEC) capabilities. Includes above grade support building with control rooms, labs, central plant, etc. and reconfiguration of B999.


    Menlo Park, CA