Matt O'Malley is a vice president with Clark Construction Group, LLC, where he helps lead the acquisition of work efforts for the Mid Atlantic Region. Mr. O'Malley also works closely with the Preconstruction Services Group that provides budgeting and scheduling, as well as other project planning services during the design phase to institutions, public entities and private developers in the Washington, D.C. area. Mr. O'Malley joined Clark Construction Group, LLC in 2000 where he began working with the Clark estimating department. Mr. O'Malley moved on to serve as the project manager for the construction of the new International Monetary Fund Headquarters in Washington D.C., before joining the Preconstruction Services department in 2005.
Mr. O’Malley received a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Virginia, a master of business administration from the University of Maryland and has completed the degree requirements for the master of science in real estate at The Johns Hopkins University.
Mr. O'Malley teaches Essentials of Design and Construction at the University of Maryland graduate real estate program, as well as two courses at Georgetown University's graduate real estate program: Introduction to Construction Management and Construction Estimating and Procurement. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, and a member of several professional organizations in the DC area including NAIOP, ULI, the Washington Building Congress and the DC Building Industry Association.