PBS Announces Ed Myers as New Project Management Services Division Director

Mid-Atlantic PBS is happy to announce Ed Myers as the new Director of Project Management Services (PM).  The PM Division consists of a team of professionals and support staff who manage the Mid-Atlantic Region’s program of capital projects, providing expertise to our clients in planning and executing the Region’s most complex, high profile, and high dollar value projects.  

Ed moves to the PM Director position from his most recent experience as Project Executive where he delivered a new National Support Center for SSA.  At the time, this high profile data center was the largest project ever completed in our Region, and in spite of complex requirements and technical challenges, was delivered on time and under budget.  It has since become a model for innovative use of technology to manage the design/build delivery process.  

Ed began his federal career in 1987 at the U.S. Navy providing design and project management services.  Since joining GSA in 1992 as an Electrical Engineer in the Design and Construction Division, he and his project teams have delivered many successful projects for our customers, including SSA, IRS, the Courts, and FBI - earning awards for excellence in design, construction and historic preservation.

In addition to his work as a Project Manager, Ed served as Transaction Executive in the former Chesapeake Service Center, where he managed multidisciplinary teams as they accomplished minor projects, leasing, acquisition, space planning and other work.

Ed says, “I am looking forward to the challenges of my new position, and expanding our project management culture across Region 3, while still staying connected with our regional client base throughout project delivery.”

Ed earned a degree in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University, achieved Project Management Professional certification from Project Management Institute, and has Project Management certification from Penn State.

This article is part of the Spring issue of the FOCUS newsletter. Please visit the Focus Newsletter page to read our newsletter. To subscribe to FOCUS, complete the online subscription form.

Last Reviewed 2017-05-10