Construction Management

Joseph Boylan

Joe Boylan

Title: Lecturer
Department: Construction Management
Building: RBS 1037


  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, United States Military Academy at West Point, 1975
  • Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1984


Mr. Boylan is an experienced senior program and logistics manager who has worked in start-up, high-growth, and leading-edge organizations. He has demonstrated effective leadership skills and a hands-on approach to operational performance development. He is accomplished in leading large-scale projects from definition and design through deployment and end-user acceptance. He has translated technical, customer, and operational needs into realistic and fiscally sound strategic business and operational plans.

Mr. Boylan’s past work experience includes:

  • Assistant Professor and Program Manager at the United States Military Academy, West Point
  • Director of Development and Reliability Engineering at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA
  • CEO of Sky Ranches, Inc., in Van, TX where he doubled the asset base in five years and expanded the business from one facility to six worldwide facilities including locations in France, Kenya, and Russia
  • VP of Manufacturing and Supply Chain at Tyratech in Melbourne, FL - a pharmaceutical startup where he successfully led 8 products through testing to full launch approval by the FDA and EPA
  • CEO and Partner of Global Energy Services where he provided oversight for overall product development and established an international renewable energy infrastructure
  • Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas, where Mr. Boylan integrated the clubs’ programs with local school districts, organized 13 new clubs, and grew the clubs’ membership from roughly 500 to 2,000 boys and girls
  • Most recently, Mr. Boylan has been the Director of Information Systems at TMG in Dallas, TX, where he was responsible for the development and management of the B2B and custom vendor management system supporting a $12M retail sales operation
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