As Chief Construction Officer, Mr. Feigin is responsible for all of the Company’s construction activities throughout the United States.
Prior to joining AvalonBay, Mr. Feigin was Corporate Vice President Global Procurement and Travel for AECOM, a Fortune 500 engineering and construction services company that serves clients in more than 130 countries, with approximately 45,000 employees and annual revenues of around $8.2 billion.
Prior to joining AECOM, Michael was a Managing Director for Navigant Consulting working with construction clients to manage risk in their organizations. Prior to that, Michael was the Global Construction Industry Practice Leader for Marsh, the world’s largest insurance broker and risk advisor. At Marsh, Michael led a dedicated team of industry specialists and subject matter experts to help construction industry clients identify and manage risk, and design and implement their insurance and surety programs. Prior to joining Marsh, Michael was Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer of Bovis Lend Lease Holdings, Inc. (now Lend Lease Americas). In his capacity as Chief Administrative Officer, Michael was responsible for Commercial Risk Management and Deal Approval, Legal Services, Insurance and Bonding, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Corporate Affairs. Michael is the past President of Canopy, Inc., Lend Lease’s Captive insurance company, and was on the Board of the WTC Captive, the insurance company established to cover liability at Ground Zero. Mr. Feigin also held the following positions at Bovis Lend Lease: Head of Risk, General Counsel, and General Manager of the Northeast Region.
This is Mr. Feigin’s return to AvalonBay, where he was a Development Director in the nascent national high rise residential practice in 1998.
Mr. Feigin holds a BA from Yale University and a JD from Brooklyn Law School. He has held several Board seats and has worked with several charitable and scholarly institutions including the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the ACE Mentor Program, Archive Global, the Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation at the University of Pittsburgh, and Junior Achievement.