PATRICK J. CAULFIELD
Mr. Caulfield is the co-owner and officer in charge of operations, human resource management, and financial activities of Coakley & Williams Construction, Inc. He oversees budgeting, estimating, and project management of all new construction and renovation projects. Under Mr. Caulfield's leadership, Coakley & Williams manages all procurement types including negotiated, construction management, competitive bid, and design/build projects.
Mr. Caulfield joined the company in 1977 and has been responsible for the day-to-day operation of the company since 1984. Mr. Caulfield has overseen the construction and renovation of hundreds of commercial, government, and institutional projects throughout the U.S. and overseas, including many regional and national award winners recognized by the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), American Institute of Architects (AIA), National Association of Industrial Office Parks (NAIOP), Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), The Masonry Institute, and other regional associations. He has authored a number of articles on construction for many newspapers and magazines.
Mr. Caulfield is a recognized leader in the construction industry and in the Washington DC community. He serves as Chairman of the Board for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the National Capital Area. He also serves on the Board of Advisors for the Universities at Shady Grove and the Board of Trustees for The Bullis School in Potomac, MD. Mr. Caulfield is an active supporter of his alma mater, the University of Maryland, and Maryland Athletics. He is also a member of the Order of Malta and the Constantinian Order of St. George.
Among Mr. Caulfield's past contributions, he served as Chairman of the Board for Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) of Metropolitan Washington. He also served on ABC's National Board of Directors and was Treasurer of ABC of Maryland. He was previously a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Construction Business Review Magazine. He recently served as the Chairman of the Board for Connelly School of the Holy Child and for fifteen years served on the Board of St. Anselm's Abbey School. Additionally, he was on the Alumni Board of Governors for Georgetown Preparatory School, the Board of Victory Youth Centers, Inc., the Construction Advisory Board of Prince George's Community College, the Board of Trustees for the Adventist Behavioral Health Foundation, and a founding Board Member of the Catholic Coalition for Special Education.
Mr. Caulfield and his wife, Connie, reside in Potomac, Maryland with their four children
TERRANCE C. COAKLEY
Mr. Coakley is the co-owner and Chief Executive Officer of Coakley & Williams Construction, Inc. He is responsible for general oversight and the direction of the firm, with a direct focus on business development, marketing and interior construction.
Mr. Coakley joined the firm in 1974, and has been involved in the construction and renovation of hundreds of government, commercial and institutional projects throughout the United States and overseas. Many of these regional and national projects have been recognized with awards from the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA), American Institute of Architects (AIA), National Association of Industrial Office Parks (NAIOP), Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and The Masonry Institute. A number of articles written by Mr. Coakley have been featured in prominent industry periodicals.
Mr. Coakley is a recognized leader in the construction industry and in the Washington DC community. Among his current leadership positions, Mr. Coakley serves on the Board of Advisors and Executive Committee for the East Carolina University Construction Management Program, the Board of Advisors for Evergreen Capital, the Board of Directors of Archbishop Carroll High School, and the Board of Advisors and Executive Committee for the Collins Foundation. In addition, Mr. Coakley is involved with and actively supports Clemson University, his alma mater, serving on Clemson University's Board of Advisors for the Construction Science and Management Program and the Clemson University Alumni Association Regional Board of Directors.
In previous positions Mr. Coakley has served as a Past Member for the School-Wide Advisory Board for the School of Industry and Technology at East Carolina University. He was a Past President of the Collins Foundation and Past Member of the Board of Trustees for the Academy of the Holy Cross.
Mr. Coakley and his wife, Julie, reside in Bethesda, Maryland.