Come join CFMA Central Virginia District Chapter for a breakfast event featuring Jay P. Snyder, Senior Consultant with FMI and his discussion on Key Performance Indicators that Drive Best Practices on March 10th at 8 am. Jay has been working in the engineering and construction industry throughout his entire career. He has industry experience as a construction project manager, project sponsor and senior executive as both a commercial general contractor and within an owner organization.
Jay has led the planning, design and construction of over $500 million dollars of commercial development. Additionally he has an extensive background in operational logistics and healthcare construction. Clients gain an advantage from Jay’s expertise in strategic planning, leadership training, technology implementation, financial restructuring and market strategy. He has provided services to commercial developers, general contractors & construction managers, specialty subcontractors, hospital systems & healthcare providers, government agencies and others.
As a speaker, Jay presents on business best practices, critical facilities, owner-client relationships and emerging technology. Through his speaking engagements, Jay delivers information and case studies that allow his audience to understand how they may adopt insight and industry capabilities into their businesses. He has been a speaker to professional associations and conferences such as the Associated Builders and Contractors, Associated General Contractors of America, American Subcontractors Association, American College of Healthcare Executives and the Critical Facilities Summit. Jay has advised and led engagements with design, engineering and contractor firms such as Flooring Solutions, JB Knowledge, Perkins Eastman and S.M. Wilson & Co.
Jay earned a bachelor’s degree in construction management from SUNY ESF at Syracuse University and a Master of Business Administration from Emory University. Jay is credentialed by the American Hospital Association as a Certified Healthcare Constructor. Jay also holds a seat on a Planning & Zoning committee and is a member of the Board of Adjustments.