June 24, 2010

Barton Malow's Ryan Maibach Selected As Outstanding Young Engineer

Southfield, MI – June 24, 2010 — The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) conferred the honor of 2010 Outstanding Young Engineer upon Ryan Maibach, Barton Malow Company vice president, at the SoundBoard Theatre at the MotorCity Casino Hotel, Detroit, on June 23.

Each year since 1953, ESD has presented the award to an engineer under age 35 who has made significant contributions to the engineering community.

Ryan’s career highlights reflect his construction experience in diverse regions and operational areas: Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center, Barton Malow headquarters, University of Maryland Dental School, and the University of Michigan Palmer Drive Development (life sciences complex) and stadium bowl replacement/expansion.

Based in Southfield, Michigan, Ryan has been with Barton Malow for 13 years. A graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering Management, he was promoted to vice president in 2008. With a strong interest in recruiting and mentoring young professionals, he oversees the company’s LEAPS (LEArning Practicum for Students) internship program and is a member of the Purdue University Construction Engineering and Management Advisory Board.

Barton Malow Company provides construction management, design-build, program management, general contracting, technology and rigging services throughout North America. The ISO quality certified company has LEED Accredited Professionals on staff and is an industry Building Information Modeling (BIM) leader. Niche market specialties include health care, educational, federal, industrial, energy and special event facilities. Barton Malow has a staff of over 1,300 in 13 offices and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan. Barton Malow’s Specialty Contracting offices are located in Oak Park, Michigan. Annual firm revenues exceed $1 billion. For additional information, visit or follow us on Twitter at