Greg Mummy, LEED-AP
Greg Mummy, ASCSP Associate Member, ASPE Member (American Society of Professional Estimators), LEED AP- Northwest Green Building Council
Greg has more than 35 years’ experience in the construction industry, including project estimating, senior project management, owning a successful general contracting firm and owning a successful construction management-consulting corporation.
He has been settled in the Pacific Northwest for the past 30 years. He is a LEED accredited professional and incorporates this knowledge base with his construction background in civil engineering, structures, site-work and building systems. His comprehensive experience allows him to identify key elements of the Bedford process and integrate them into positive solutions for clients.
His construction experience – as an estimator, craftsman and general contractor – has included many types of structures and site projects. These range from single-family residential homes to multi-family apartments, condominiums, resort structures and amenities, to commercial structures including office buildings, shopping centers, high-end retail anchor stores and associated site-work. His work also includes institutional, medical and academic projects, and has taken him from coast to coast, to Alaska, Hawaii and Canada, as well as to Japan.
Greg Received his Master of Science in Civil Engineering- with an emphasis in Construction Management, in 1984 from Stanford University, in Palo Alto, California. He also did his undergraduate work at Stanford University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in History, in 1976.
Greg served his community as a member of the local Rotary Club, where he applied his knowledge and expertise in construction as a director of the annual fundraising Facilities Committee.
- Edmonds, Washington