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Matthew Robertson
Vice President - ROK Construction Services

ROK Responsibilities:
Matthew Robertson serves as Vice President of ROK Construction Services and is responsible for providing strategic leadership and management of all phases of construction projects. Mr. Robertson brings a progressive approach to building successful teams of architects, engineers, public officials, and subcontractors. He is well versed in all aspects of the construction process for commercial, industrial, institutional, and mixed use projects. He has been directly responsible for and participated in the completion of over $200,000,000 in projects throughout Michigan.

Professional Qualifications:
Matthew began his career in the construction industry in 1996 with a large at risk construction management firm in Southeast Michigan. He has spent his time since then providing oversight to construction projects while serving in both contractor and owner roles for a wide variety of successful projects.

B.A. American Public Affairs, James Madison College, Michigan State University
Storm Water Certification, MDEQ
Save a Life Club, CPR Certification
MIOSHA 10-hour Safety Certification
OSHA 30-hour Safety Certification
ISO 9001 Training

Professional Affiliations
  • Construction Association of Michigan
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI), Detroit Chapter Member
  • Building Owners and Managers Association, (BOMA), Detroit Chapter Member

Personal Project Experience
  • Polk Penguin Conservation Center $30M – state of the art world class penguin habitat
  • Cotton Family Wolf Habitat $3M- North American grasslands wolf habitat
  • Detroit Zoological Society Master Plan oversight and development
  • College for Creative Studies Argonaut Building and Ford Campus $150M- Historic renovation of mixed use Educational Facility and Ford Campus Program Space
  • The Kresge Foundation, Troy $2M- LEED Platinum office planning and improvements
  • The Kresge Foundation, Detroit $1M- High end office renovation in a historic building space
  • 301 E Liberty $2M- Capital project and tenant improvement office renovations
  • Onyx Plaza $2M- Capital project and tenant improvement office renovations
  • Warren Industrial Center $10M- Renovation and new construction of light industrial R&D space
  • GM Orange Area $8M- High end occupied office renovation
  • 322 Old Woodward $4M- Design build downtown Birmingham, MI
  • Ghafari Building Two $4M- Fast tracked architectural headquarters
  • Detroit Athletic Club $25M- Phase One 8-week historic renovation
  • Washtenaw Community College $3M- Site work and wetland mitigation
  • Erickson Retirement Communities $14M- Five story luxury residential apartments. Site Development, precast parking deck, and surface lots
  • Dearborn Hyatt Ballroom $2M Ballroom renovated in 4 weeks