Shannon Holloway has worked in the Bay Area Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry for over 20 years.  His career started at a large local general contractor, and then transitioned into consultant project management.  In these roles he managed many small and large projects, but excelled at managing large complex projects such as micro-electronics clean rooms for Etec Systems in Hayward, healthcare facilities for Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara, research laboratories for UCSF in San Francisco, biotechnology manufacturing for Bayer Pharmaceutical in Berkeley and entertainment/cultural facilities at the multiuse development 1000 Van Ness Ave in San Francisco, to name a few. 

Shannon’s management style is both collaborative and results orientated.  He focuses on identifying project risks and working with project teams to either eliminate or actively manage the risks.  He also strives to develop and maintain collaborative and functional teams.  He values personnel development and emphasizes training as a means to make organizations successful.  

Shannon began working on the UC Berkeley campus in 2011 as a consultant on the $321 million California Memorial Stadium renovation, completing this high-profile project on time and on budget.  He then managed the construction of the new $107 million Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive building in downtown Berkeley.  During that project in 2015 he officially joined UC Berkeley as the Assistant Director of Construction & Design.  In November of 2016 Shannon took the role of Interim Director of Construction & Design in the Real Estate Division.  Shannon lives in Berkeley with his wife and son.