Philip McNayr, AIA, NCARB

Executive Vice President

As Executive VP, Philip plays an important role on the FSB Corporate Management team spearheading the development and execution of corporate strategy. Philip focuses on both short and long-term improvements for the firm by leading the development of key strategic priorities through a comprehensive strategic plan. Philip works in concert with FSB’s CEO, CFO and COO to create, communicate and implement FSB’s strategic direction. He is always focused on what is best for FSB, its employees and clients.

Philip’s expertise in this area come directly from his skill in strategically leading the Aviation market sector for FSB as its Principal. He understands the importance of an inclusive planning process that reaches consensus among the company leaders, developing clear strategies and monitoring their implementation to result in the best return-on-investment for FSB.

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“I believe that strategic planning is important not only on projects but also in leading and managing our firm. Growth, creativity and innovation are achieved through a strategic process and implemented through teamwork and leading by example.”

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