Peter M. Lehrer is an internationally recognized and highly respected leader in managing large scale complex construction projects. Peter founded Lehrer, LLC, a firm which provides construction consulting and project management services to clients engaged in major development projects who rely on experience, tenacity, and the ability to find logical, strategic, and economic solutions to complex problems often not obvious to others.
Peter has chaired several commissions for government focused on reducing costs and improving efficiency for large multi-billion dollar capital programs. In 1979, he co-founded Lehrer McGovern, Inc., a construction management firm that consistently ranked as one of the top largest construction companies in the country. In 1988 the firm was merged into Bovis Ltd., (London) an international construction firm and Peter became Vice Chairman of Bovis, Ltd., and Chief Executive Officer of all U.S. based subsidiary companies. Peter was responsible for managing one of the largest construction management firms in the country with a staff of 2000 professionals and responsible for billions of dollars of work annually. Previous projects include the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, Euro Disneyland (Paris), Canary Wharf (London), the restoration of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Grand Central Station, the rebuilding of Ben Gurion and La Guardia Airports, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Princeton University, Cornell University, and major healthcare building programs for New York Presbyterian Hospital, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, plus thousands of highly complex visible projects for both the private and public sectors.