Dr. Get W. Moy, P.E., LEED AP, PMP
Project Director, AECOM Recovery
Vice President, Design and Consulting Services Group
Dr. Get W. Moy is a Vice President and a senior program director for federal projects for AECOM, a global design, management, and technical services firm. Dr. Moy is also, the Chairman of the High Performance Building Council, under the National Institute of Building Sciences.
For over three decades, Dr. Moy has served as an engineer for various sectors of the federal government including the Navy and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). As the Director of Installations Requirements and Management, Dr. Moy was responsible for stewardship of Department of Defense installations worldwide. The Directorate supports military readiness and quality of life, appropriate sizing of domestic and overseas base structures, and improved installation management, while ensuring that energy and environmental mandates are met. The Directorate provides the DoD Facilities Strategic Plan, Military Construction Program, the Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization Programs, Readiness Reporting, Real Property accountability, and Utilities and Energy Management. Dr. Moy was also the functional advisor for the Department’s Facilities Engineering Career Field.
Previously, Dr. Moy was Chief Engineer and Director of Planning/Base Development for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, providing the final technical engineering authority, and leadership in the shaping of the Navy ashore facilities infrastructure. He has also served as the Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Pollution Prevention, in the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Environmental Security).
Dr. Moy is the recipient of the U.S. 2007 Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service. Winners of this prestigious honor are recognized for demonstrating integrity, diligence, and an unyielding pledge to quality in public service. In January 2008, Dr. Moy also received the National Institute of Building Sciences President’s Award, presented to individuals who have substantially improved the building process through government service. He is a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers, a member of the United States Naval Institute, the Society of American Military Engineers, and the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society.