Haskell’s Peter Kinsley Elected as DBIA’s National Board Chairman

Haskell’s Peter Kinsley Elected as DBIA’s National Board Chairman

JACKSONVILLE, FL – Haskell’s Peter M. Kinsley has been elected to serve as 2015 National Board Chair for the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), the only organization that defines, teaches, and promotes best practices in design-build. Kinsley is President of Haskell’s Government & Public Services Group and is a Designated Design-Build Professional™.

Haskell is one of the founding members of DBIA and a leading provider of client-focused solutions in the AEC industry. The Government & Public Services Group is dedicated to creating exceptional facilities for clients in the military, municipal, education and water/wastewater markets. Kinsley’s career spans 20 years and includes the successful delivery of numerous projects across a wide variety of industries for both public and private clients using design-build and construction management at-risk.

“Peter Kinsley has been a superb leader both within our company and in civic and industry organizations,” said Preston Haskell, Chairman, Haskell. “He is a champion of design-build project delivery across all facility types and has personally led its acceptance and implementation in water and wastewater projects with both public and private owners. He will bring this wide spectrum of knowledge and experience, and his excellent leadership qualities, to the chairmanship of DBIA.”

Kinsley’s top priorities for DBIA in 2015 include:

  • Increase owner participation in and understanding of DBIA and its mission
  • Improve A/E engagement and influence their use of design-build delivery
  • Expand DBIA’s education program to include market specific training

“I am honored to lead an organization composed of diverse, high caliber individuals from across the AEC industry,” said Peter Kinsley, President, Government & Public Services Group. “These individuals are recognized thought leaders and it is their collective voice that will shape the future of our industry.”