Tonight we are proud to announce Nancy Kralik, the second speaker in the William Duff Architects Guest Speakers Series in the Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University. Our Principal and Founder, William Duff, received his Masters of Science in Construction Management from Colorado State University, and proudly supports his alma mater. The series encourages the Construction Management program students to submit requests for funding seminars with a significant impact on advancing construction education and leadership.
Speaker Nancy Kralik, Senior Director of Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) and Sustainability at Fluor Corporation, is presented by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) & Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) student chapters. The topic will cover design-build for healthy sustainable projects.
Ms. Kralik is a licensed civil and environmental engineer with over 30 years of experience in the development and application of HSE policies and procedures in a global arena. Nancy has served as HSE project manager on diverse enterprises, including onshore and offshore facilities, refineries, and chemical plants for major oil and gas companies, conducted field investigations in the U.S. and international locations, and managed global HSE regulatory issues for oil and gas interests. At Fluor, Nancy led the corporate initiative to integrate HSE activities and is engaged in sustainability and HSE engineering and field issues in a corporate role. She serves as the chair of Fluor’s executive-level Sustainability Committee.
Nancy holds P.E. licenses in Texas and Ohio, with M.S. degrees in civil/environmental engineering and fisheries biology and a B.S. in biology. She is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional and Envision Sustainability Professional. She chairs the Construction Industry Institute’s research team on sustainability in construction and recently led an Engineers without Borders team on a El Salvadoran water project.