Submitted by Walsh Brothers, Inc.
Miranda Piphus, assistant project manager at Walsh Brothers, Inc., fell in love with construction at a very early age. At just 12 years old, she began working on small projects with her uncle, such as installing drywall, siding on homes, and ceramic tiles. These small side jobs set the stage for what would become her most dedicated passion. She went to high school for carpentry and received her first paid internship with a general contractor at age 16. Miranda states that “receiving that internship experience at an early age allowed [her] to expand on [her] idea of what role [she] wanted to play in the industry.” She went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in construction management engineering technology at Alfred State, SUNY College of Technology and worked her way through several roles to ultimately become an assistant project manager with Walsh Brothers, Inc.
With a life-long passion for construction management, Miranda has spent the last five years delivering multiple successful projects in New England. She has spent the last three years working on many complex projects for Walsh Brothers including such clients as Boston Medical Center, Harvard Business School, and UMass Memorial Medical Center. Whether she is renovating space within the critical care environment or constructing large scale state of the art convening centers for Ivy League institutions, she continues to fulfill her lifelong passion for construction.
Outside of Walsh Brothers, Miranda volunteers with Boston Cares and enjoys practicing yoga and meditation as a certified teacher.