Silverman CPM, a leader in Construction Program Management in Georgia, announces the promotions of Phil Meador and Art Clement. Meador, a Senior Project Manager has been promoted to Principal and Market Sector Leader of Infrastructure Projects, and Clement has been promoted to Senior Project Manager.
“Phil and Art have made significant contributions to Silverman CPM, each demonstrating a commitment to excellence that help make Silverman CPM the premier Construction Project Management firm in the Metro Atlanta region,” said Arnie Silverman, President of Silverman CPM.
Phil Meador joined Silverman CPM in 2008 and has become a company leader on horizontal and infrastructure projects. He developed a niche in horizontal project management for the City of Atlanta, Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Consultants (MATC), and various not-for-profits, including Community Improvement Districts. Phil’s technical engineering and construction knowledge is augmented by his ability to coordinate and interface with stakeholders. Some of his current and more recent projects include: South Fork Conservancy Confluence pedestrian bridge, multiple projects with Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, Midtown Improvement District, Buckhead Community Improvement District, and the Atlanta Streetcar.
Art Clement joined the Silverman CPM team in 2015 after knowing and working together with Arnie Silverman on previous projects over three decades. Some of his current projects include: Atlanta Metropolitan State College Student Success and Services Center, Spelman College Center for the Arts and Innovation, and Bearings Bike Shop building renovation.
Art has a distinct passion for higher education and historic preservation projects. He is currently writing a book entitled, “The Architecture and Campus Development of Georgia’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities” for the University of Georgia Press. After many years of working on both private and public HBCU campuses either as an architect, campus planner, and construction program manager, Art became interested in the relationships between campus development, presidential leadership, race relations, and architectural styles identified with certain historical periods. Art’s book project explores these themes within the context of the evolution of higher education for African Americans in Georgia.
Silverman CPM has been associated with some of the region’s most important projects that form the very fabric of the metropolitan area—high-profile green space and civic redevelopment programs; justice, educational and religious facilities; and urban transformation initiatives. On behalf of its clients, the company plays an active role in nearly $200 million of construction annually. Civic engagement is a core part of the Silverman CPM philosophy, and the company and its principals have been recognized throughout the metropolitan area for their strong, innovative and visible community contributions. For more information, visit www.SilvermanCPM.com