Victor Allen has more than 30 years of experience as a project or program manager and Ron May has more than 40 years practicing the art of management and leadership. They have worked on hundreds of projects in a multitude of industries throughout their careers. These include: Nuclear Power, Electric Transmission and Distribution, Transportation and Roads, Automobile shipping, Commercial Retail, Facility, Real Estate and Commercial Buildings, Computer and Information Technology, Power Generation, Gas Transmission and Distribution, Renewable and Environmental, Smart Technology, and Municipal Infrastructure.
For the past decade they have worked together to form one of the most successful project management organizations worldwide and have been recognized in a variety of ways by various outside organizations. They are firm believers in continuous learning and improvement. They are both certified Project Management Professionals and both hold lean six sigma black belt certifications.
Victor Allen specializes in large ERP implementations including both SAP and Oracel/PeopleSoft. He began his career in 1985 as an Information Technology professional and has extensive experience leading, managing, and designing large-scale mission-critical information systems.
Since 2007, however, Victor has been managing and directing the activities within a project management office responsible for large-scale and strategic construction projects. Projects included: nuclear development licensing and construction, renewable energy engineering and construction (wind/solar), environmental coal plant upgrades, natural gas transmission and distribution, information technology and other large capital projects.
Victor holds an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems and an MBA from Lawrence Technological University, teaches graduate level courses at Lawrence Technological University and is has been an instructor for the Project Management Institute since 2005. Victor is a certified lean six sigma black belt and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) as well.
Ron May has been recognized as an accomplished leader in large business organizations, small startups and non-profit enterprises. Ron led organizational creation and change efforts which led to notable results in cost cutting, people engagement, dramatic safety improvement, policy and vision enactments, quality improvement, and maturity in project management and continuous improvement. He has held positions in project management, project controls, financial controls, supply chain, modification and maintenance management, administrative and union relations, operations management, information technology management, and executive leadership.
Ron holds an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering with a construction concentration from the University of Michigan and he completed Harvard’s Advanced Management Program. Ron contributed to the forward in Douglas Macgregor’s book “The Human Side of Enterprise”, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 2006. He also wrote the chapter “Leadership – A Study in Application” in the book “Lenses of Leadership, A call to Action” by Barbara Nick, Cato Creations, LLC 2014.