has over 50 years of experience working in the construction industry in many positions. Craig is currently Senior Advisor to the Craig and Diane Martin National Center for Construction Safety (NCCS) which he established at the University of Kansas. His leadership at NCCS follows a long career with Jacobs Engineering Group where he retired as the firm's President and CEO in 2014. Over his career, Craig has worked both nationally and internationally with a particular emphasis on major infrastructure programs and projects, including social and critical infrastructure, transportation, environmental, water and wastewater, power and utilities, and telecommunications. He has also served on corporate boards for Jacobs, CSRA, Hill International, and TEAM.

He is a graduate of the Civil Engineering program at the University of Kansas, and earned an MBA in the Executive Program from the University of Denver.