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BOB MILKOVICH CEO, RAND CONSTRUCTION CORP., ALEXANDRIA


Milkovich joined Rand Construction Corp. in January 2019 as its chief, the culmination of more than 30 years of commercial real estate and leadership experience. The privately owned, national commercial general contractor specializes in retail and restaurant


construction, as well as tenant interiors and building renovations, and its projects include headquarters for Arlington’s Avalon Bay and the March of Dimes. Last year, six Rand projects won awards from the Associated Builders and Contractors group in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, and the company exceeded $400 million in sales last year. Milkovich previously was CEO and trustee of First Potomac Realty Trust,


a Bethesda, Maryland-based publicly traded real estate investment trust; presi- dent of Spaulding & Slye Investments, a comprehensive real estate services and investment company; and region director for Archon Group LP, an investment and management arm of the merchant banking division of Goldman Sachs. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the


University of Maryland, where Milkovich was quarterback on the football team. Today, he serves on the board of directors for the University System of Maryland Foundation.


WILLIAM A. ‘BILL’ PAULETTE FOUNDER, CHAIRMAN AND CEO, KBS INC., RICHMOND


In 1975, Paulette founded a one-person construc- tion company with $1,000. Today, KBS Inc. delivers multimillion-dollar projects, including the Virginia Department of Transportation headquarters, the Virginia State Police Joint Operations Center and the 2013 expansion and renovation of the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk. Last year, KBS completed a $25 million expansion of Richmond’s Virginia


War Memorial, adding educational facilities, administrative office space, a lecture hall and a parking deck, as well as a new shrine honoring veterans from the Global War on Terror. KBS also built the museum’s 2010 expansion, which tripled its size. According to the company, 85% of KBS’ current proj- ects are from repeat customers. Known as “Bunny” among his fellow cadets at Virginia Military Institute,


Paulette graduated in 1969 with a civil engineering degree. He’s served on the institute’s board of visitors and as president of the VMI Keydet Club. KBS also constructed VMI’s Paulette Hall, which houses locker room facili- ties. Growing up in South Hill, Paulette lived across the street from his future wife, Carolyn.


MIKE PHILLIPS PRESIDENT, MID-ATLANTIC OPERATIONS, BALFOUR BEATTY US, FAIRFAX


A Balfour Beatty team member since 1987, Phillips has overseen construc- tion of more than 45 projects totaling $4 billion, including the National


Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico and the $1.4 billion National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Campus East Headquarters at Fort Belvoir.


In recent company news, Balfour Beatty, partnering with Greensboro-based Samet Corp., broke ground in February on the new Forsyth County Courthouse in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It’s slated to open in April 2023.


The company announced last year it had been awarded a $127 million redevelopment project to turn Washington, D.C.’s Randall School, which historically served African-American stu- dents, into an arts campus and residential apartment building. The U.S. branch of the London-based corporation employs 4,500 people and reported $5 billion in revenue in 2020. Phillips is a member of the Associated General Contractors


of Virginia Inc., the Society of American Military Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers. He earned his bache- lor’s in civil engineering from Penn State.


JON M. PETERSON CEO AND CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, PETERSON COS., FAIRFAX


When he ascended to Peterson Cos.’ top role in 2018, Jon Peterson stepped into the large shoes of his father, Milton V. Peterson. The senior Peterson died in May at the age of 85, with a legacy of building some of the Washington, D.C., area’s earliest planned communities in the 1970s with fellow developer Til Hazel. Milt Peterson was the developer behind Maryland’s National Harbor, a mixed-use waterfront destination that’s home to residences, stores, restaurants, the MGM National Harbor casino resort and an observation wheel. It drew more than 28 million annual visitors in pre-COVID times. A Middlebury College alum and lacrosse aficionado, Jon


Peterson serves on the George Mason University board of visitors. He’s also a member of the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance board and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties’ Northern Virginia regional board.


STEWART D. ROBERSON CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT AND CEO, MOSELEY ARCHITECTS, RICHMOND


For more than four decades, Roberson worked in K-12 education, a career that included 16 years as superin- tendent of schools in Hanover County. For his life’s next chapter, he decided to try something different. In 2011, Roberson took the helm at Moseley Architects, which serves clients in the K-12, higher education, civic, justice, senior living and multifamily housing sectors. The firm has performed work on the


Fredericksburg Courthouse, James Madison University’s School of Business and Old Dominion University’s Kornblau Field. During Roberson’s tenure, Moseley has merged with three other firms, most recently the Charleston, South Carolina-based Cummings & McCrady. Even as he leads the architectural, engineering, planning and interior design


firm, Roberson continues to work for Virginia’s students. In February, Gov. Ralph Northam appointed Roberson to the state Board of Education, and he’s chair of the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education and the Standards of Learning Innovation Committee. He also sits on the board of trustees of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges. Roberson earned his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from the


University of Virginia. www.VirginiaBusiness.com 165


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