Philip McNayr, AIA, NCARB

President & CEO

A people-focused leader, Philip uses his knowledge of all the clients FSB serves to steer operational performance and strategic growth. With more than 30 years in industry leadership, he understands the importance of an inclusive planning process that reaches consensus internally, developing clear strategies and monitoring their implementation. Having held various positions within the firm, his focus as President is ensuring FSB achieves its long-term strategic goals.

Philip has a proven track record for driving growth as well as a distinct appreciation of FSB’s values and culture. He is known for his strong client relationships, his passionate hands-on leadership style, and his focus on operational excellence.

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“I am committed to collaborating with our clients and partnering to deliver innovative solutions to their building challenges as well as to each and every member of the FSB family.”

As some aircraft hangars are among the world’s largest structures, heating and cooling these facilities is no small feat. In fact, the sheer size of a hangar is one among many challenges that heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) designers and engineers address with each project. For example, depending on the activities taking place, airflow […]

The length of multiple football fields end to end, and with ceilings as high as ten stories, an aircraft hangar might house hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of aviation assets on any given day. Since 1951, the designers and engineers of FSB have begun each federal, commercial and private hangar project by asking clients the […]

When an aircraft hangar catches fire things begin happening very quickly. Heat or flame sensors are triggered, the building is evacuated, and within seconds, many thousands of gallons of fire-fighting foam spreads throughout the structure to extinguish the flames. Designing systems capable of moving this amount of foam everywhere it needs to be across structures […]

OKLAHOMA CITY (September 24, 2015) Will Rogers World Airport announced today that the Oklahoma City Airport Trust approved design plans for the expansion of the airport terminal. The terminal expansion will include a new streamlined security checkpoint, a public observation gallery, increased shopping and dining amenities, space for future international air service and other high-tech […]