Martin Lowenstein is a civil engineer and business executive who has made significant contributions to the engineering and construction industry. After earning his BS in Civil Engineering, with a minor in Engineering Management, from Tufts University, Lowenstein completed his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Georgetown University and was admitted into Beta Gamma Sigma, an Honor Society for Business. He began his career as a Project Engineer with Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton (TAMS), working on a variety of large scale civil engineering projects. In subsequent years, he held various positions of increasing responsibility with engineering firms Bechtel Corporation and HOK, ultimately serving as Chief Operating Officer of HOK's Building Group. In this role, he was responsible for the operation of HOK's global building practice, which includes over 1,000 professionals in 24 offices worldwide.
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