Novack will also work alongside local leadership to help leverage collaboration, innovation, best practices, and culture embedment strategies that grow, attract, retain, and develop team members. The appointment supports Balfour Beatty’s recent national leadership announcements that provide strategic succession planning.
Novack started his career in construction at Balfour Beatty more than 20 years ago. His career progression has fostered his well-rounded leadership experience that includes purchasing, preconstruction, small business development, community and client relations, and operations expertise. During his tenure, he has provided operational support for more than $2.5 billion in projects including The Capitol Visitor’s Center, Dulles Airport 15 Gate and West Automated People Mover (APM) Station, New Campus East at Fort Belvior, 1700 New York Avenue, and 2000 and 2001 South Bell Street.
Additionally, Novack has been integral in shaping and embedding Balfour Beatty’s People-first Culture, which embraces the essence of being a Relentless Ally delivering project excellence and enhancing communities.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as President and lead our teams in building new futures in the Mid-Atlantic,” Novack said. “I look forward to continued growth and sustained success in our division, which I believe is the best way to provide our people with growth opportunities of their own.”
Novack is a graduate of Alfred State College in New York where he earned a bachelor’s degree in construction management and furthered his learning with a Master of Business Administration from George Mason University in 2010. He is actively involved in many industry organizations, and recently served on the Board of Directors for Associated Builders and Contractors Metro Washington for five years.