September 23, 2020
Awards & Recognition

Will Englehart Named to Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 List

BALTIMORE, MD – Will Englehart, a project development executive at Clark Construction Group, has been named as one of Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 honorees. Recognized alongside business leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs in Baltimore, Maryland, Will was selected for his noteworthy contributions to the built environment and positive footprint on the surrounding community.

Will currently leads preconstruction, pursuits, and project development efforts for Clark in the Greater Baltimore area, including efforts on upcoming projects for the Johns Hopkins University in Washington and Baltimore. Since the opening of the Baltimore office in 2018, Will has proved instrumental in driving forward some of the region’s most notable projects including the Howard County Circuit Courthouse, the first availability-payment structured municipal public-private partnership (P3) to reach financial close in the US, outside of Long Beach, CA.

“Will is a smart, engaging strategic thinker and trusted advisor for both Clark and our clients. He has led us on some of our most complex preconstruction efforts and pursuits in the region and has been instrumental in the growth of our Baltimore presence,” said Ryan McKenzie, senior vice president in Clark’s Mid-Atlantic Region “This is a truly earned honor for someone who embodies what it means to be a team player.”

Will’s career at Clark has spanned 12 years and features a diverse portfolio of projects in higher education, commercial office, government, and monumental. Highlights include the United States Institute of Peace Headquarters on the National Mall in Washington, DC, predevelopment services for the Port Covington master plan in South Baltimore, and multiple projects in the EBDI development near Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Will leads Clark's active participation in the Johns Hopkins BLocal partnership, which aims to create economic opportunity for small businesses and individuals in Baltimore, and is a member of the President's Advisory Council for the Greater Baltimore Committee.

Will holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.