Vanir's Wallace Re-elected to CMAA Board of Directors | Construction News

Judith Wallace of Vanir Construction Management Inc. has been re-elected to serve a second three-year term on the national board of directors of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA).

CMAA was formed in 1982 to establish standards for managing capital construction projects.

Throughout her 15-year involvement with CMAA, Wallace has served as president of the Northern California chapter and was chair of the National Conference in 2000. She will continue to help the organization support the construction management profession, and promote the importance of an integrated and managed approach to planning, design, and construction of the built environment.

“We are proud to have Judith represent Vanir on the CMAA national board of directors and continue to give back to the CM industry,” said Guy Mehula, president of Vanir Construction Management. “Judith is one of the leading women in the construction management industry, and CMAA will continue to benefit from her decades of experience and knowledge.”

Wallace, who joined Vanir in 1992, has devoted a 35-year career to project management, on-site construction management, architectural programming, cost estimating, regulatory-agency liaison, and contract administration. She also opened and led Vanir’s San Francisco area office. Since 2013, Wallace has served as vice president and chief marketing officer in charge of Vanir’s marketing, corporate communications, and business development.

Wallace, a certified construction manager, earned a master's degree in construction management from Texas A&M University and a bachelor’s degree in English from Wake Forest University. She has been a guest lecturer for San Francisco City College’s construction-management program.