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Michael (Mike) Donauer is a Project Manager at Gilbone Building Company. He received his BS in Construction Management and Technology from Bowling Green State University in May 2002.
With over 16 years of construction experience Mike has been involved in a variety of complex projects in a number of market segments. These include the Cleveland Museum of Art, University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center, University Hospitals Proton Therapy Code Medical, Firelands Regional Medical Center, and over 25 projects for Cleveland Metropolitan Schools District renovation and modernization projects. Most recently, Mike has managed multiple renovation projects for the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field, including the Right Field Renovations, and the Concourse and Concession Renovations.
While at BGSU, Mike pledged and was on active member of Theta Chi Gamma Mu, participating in multiple philanthropic events, served as House Manager, Alumni Chairman, Marshall, and served on the Gamma Mu Standards Board.
Outside of the Chapter he served on the Interfraternity Judiciary Board, was an Intramural Advisory Board Member, and was active with Student Construction Management Association (SCMA).
Mike has served on the BGSU Construction. Management Industry Advisory Committee, enjoys volunteering with the organization Rebuilding Together and at the Cleveland Food Bank. He is also a mentor for ACE (Architecture Construction Engineering) Mentor Program.
Mike currently resides in Hudson, OH with his wife Rebecca, and their three children Mattie, Hoyden, and Annabelle. He enjoys golfing when he is not playing with the kids or working on house.