Conger Constructions Group
Mike Glen, PE, CPSM, is currently Vice President Business Development for the Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, OH. The Lindner Center of HOPE is recognized as a leading mental health center.
Mike began his career in Kansas City with Burns & McDonnell in 2002 as a Project Engineer. In 2003, Mike moved into the role of Project Engineer for Schaefer, where he designed buildings of all construction types. In 2006 Mike became a Project Engineer for the West Chester Hospital Construction Project. He was involved with this project from preconstruction to ribbon cutting. In June of 2009, Mike returned to Schaefer as the Construction Services Manager, leading structural design services during the construction phase. In 2013, Mike became Business Development Manager for Schaefer’s Cincinnati Office. In 2014, Mike took the role of Director of Business Development for Miller-Valentine Group. In 2016, Mike took on the role of Vice President Business Development for Skanska USA Building, Inc. In 2018, Mike took on the role of Vice President Business Development for the Lindner Center of HOPE.
Originally from Plover, WI, Mike received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin –Madison, with an emphasis in structural engineering and construction management. Mike also earned a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Purdue University, with an emphasis in structural engineering.
Mike currently is a Board Member for the Mason Deerfield Chamber. Mike is an active member for the Society for Marketing Professional Services. Mike graduated from the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber C-Change program, as part of Class 10 and was recognized as a Forty Under 40 winner by the Business Courier in 2015. Mike serves on the Lindner Center of HOPE’s Education Day committee and is chair for its Touchdown for HOPE fundraising event.
Specialties: B to B Business Development, Marketing, Strategic Planning