“With a shortage of skilled labor across industries and the constant evolution of trends and market demands, now more than ever, it is critical for project delivery work processes to incorporate lean concepts that help improve agility, eliminate waste and yield higher returns on investment,” says Mike Fenske, senior vice president and Global Facilities Group general manager at Burns & McDonnell. “By continuing to strengthen our integrated design-build team, we’re positioned to help clients overcome these obstacles and meet critical project goals. Stephen is a proven industry leader with a track record of successfully delivering complex, high-technology, schedule-aggressive, budget-constrained projects that meet and exceed client expectations.”
With nearly three decades of experience, Malmros has managed more than $15 billion in facilities capital improvements projects for multibillion-dollar semiconductor and advanced technology facilities programs. Thirteen of those years were on an expatriate assignment in Asia that included project delivery for multinational clientele and the project management of more than 350 square kilometers of high-technology industrial park and manufacturing campus master planning.
Recently, as a design-build-integrator, Malmros managed a multibillion-dollar, off-site-manufacturing program and supply chain management for the design and engineering for the design-build of a state-of-the-art semiconductor manufacturing plant.
“I’m fervently focused on helping my clients achieve their goals and supporting their mission, whether it’s the relentless pursuit of Moore’s Law, the development of a new product or the implementation of a more collaborative, integrated design-build project delivery value system,” Malmros says. “Throughout my career, I’ve had the privilege of guiding teams to deliver projects that satisfy and exceed enterprise business objectives. I’m excited to join a team equally dedicated to identifying the most efficient, cost-effective solutions that help our clients achieve success.”
Prior to joining Burns & McDonnell, Malmros served in key leadership and executive positions around the world for a major engineering, design and construction firm. He served as vice president and global client program manager for his former firm’s top account. During his Asia expatriate assignment, he served as Asia director of engineering, chairman of the board for a U.S.-China joint venture and was a board member of a U.S.-Japan joint venture. Malmros also served as owner/partner, senior vice president of operations for a lean-IPD construction startup.
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