With years of construction management experience, Mr. Messam is no stranger to success. He served Florida State University as Student Body Vice President and starting Wide Receiver, and was selected as a college free agent by the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals in 1997. Mr. Messam is regarded as one of the fastest rising young professionals in the construction industry. Through his leadership, Messam Construction has successfully completed projects for clients including Palm Beach School District, University of Miami and Miami Dade College. Recent projects won by Asset Builders, in association with our partners, include Broward County's New Civil/Family Courthouse Construction Project Manager (Weitz) budgeted at $200,000,000, Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus Student Union Construction Manager at Risk (Suffolk) budgeted at $25,000,000 and Fort Lauderdale International Airport Terminal 4 Expansion Project Construction Project Manager (Turner) construction is budgeted at $100,000,000. Projects gross over 1 Million square feet combined.
Mr. Messam holds several certifications and credentials in Construction Project Management, OSHA Safety, and Quality Control. He is also one of a few African Americans who holds a Certified General Contractors License and USGBC LEED AP, BD+C designation. Mr. Messam is poised to lead Asset Builders to even greater success. Whether the project is educational, aviation, institutional, commercial, or public safety, Mr. Messam has the experience and the track record to bring your designs to life.
In addition to his professional leadership to his firm, Mr. Messam is very involved in the community. On March 8, 2011, the residents of Miramar, Florida elected him City Commissioner, where he is serving a four year term. Mr. Messam also serves on several national, state and local boards championing the concerns of small and minority businesses, environment and the urban youth. He is a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., and a Life Member of the Florida State University Alumni and Florida State University Black Alumni Associations.