Rex Holmlin is Visiting Professor of Project Management at the Mason School of Business. Over the course of his career Professor Holmlin has managed the design and construction of $1.5 billion of projects including road, underground utility, water and wastewater treatment plants, civil works, commercial and institutional buildings and disaster recovery projects.
He is a registered professional engineer (Florida) and holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Mr. Holmlin holds an undergraduate degree in engineering from Tulane University as well as a Master of Business Administration from Tulane and a Master of Science in Organization Development from American University.
Professor Holmlin teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in project management at William and Mary’s Mason School of Business. Additionally, he teaches project management courses for a number of government agencies including the Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Millenium Challenge Corporation.
A former officer in the Corps of Engineers, Mr. Holmlin was brought back on active duty following Hurricanes Andrew, Marilyn, and George and the attack on the World Trade Center. Following Hurricane Andrew he was the Project Manager for debris removal for Joint Task Force Andrew responsible for the $225MM debris removal effort. He is a graduate of the Engineer Officers Basic and Advanced Course, the Army Command and Staff course, the Air Command and Staff course and the Air War College.
He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE), the American Society for Quality (ASQ), the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACEI) and the Project Management Institute (PMI).