Monday, DEC 7 | 4:00 pm | ZOOM

Michael Key is vice president of construction operations for Milhaus, an award-winning mixed-use real estate development company based in Indianapolis. He is a graduate of the Ball State Construction Management program, and his talk is part of the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning lecture series.

Lecture

Key will share how his career has transitioned and how young alumni can positions themselves to grow by taking advantage of opportunities. He will also address typical challenges you might face in the working world and how to overcome them.

An Indianapolis native, Key started his career with Turner Construction where he worked on the Indianapolis Zoo’s International Orangutan Center, multiple healthcare projects, and on the Hinkle Fieldhouse renovations at Butler University. He worked in Tennessee on a mixed use mid-rise project, and then transitioned to Milhaus a little over three years ago. While at Milhaus he relocated to Florida to assist in starting their Florida operations, and relocated back to Indianapolis in 2019 to oversee all construction operations for Milhaus. He is president of the Ball State University Construction Management Advisory Board.

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Dec. 7, 2020 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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