Mr. Díaz González is an executive vice president at STV, a leading firm providing engineering, architectural, planning, advisory, environmental, and construction and program management services for clients in the transportation, infrastructure, buildings, facilities, and energy sectors. He has over 20 years of experience as a project executive, program manager, operations executive, mergers and acquisitions lead, and business developer.
His expertise ranges across multiple market sectors including institutional high-performance venues, transportation, planning, government-advisory, buildings, site development, environment, and sports, as well as multiple delivery methods including Design-Build, Design-Bid-Build, and Public Private Partnerships. He has managed multidisciplinary teams and programs in four continents, including the $1.3 billion redevelopment of Lincoln Center in NY, the $6 billion Olympic Park in Rio, and the $22 billion Project Q in Qatar. Prior to joining STV, Marcos was a senior vice president at AECOM, and the director of venue planning for NYC2012.
Marcos is actively involved with his community. He is an executive board member and engineering vice chair of the ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York. He is also the vice chairman of the board for the Brooklyn-based Gowanus Canal Conservancy, the environmental group stewarding the transformation of a major superfund site into an inclusive, community-based waterfront park. Marcos is also the vice chair of the Board of Advisors for Columbia University's Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space. He has presented in international forums such as the United Nations and at several universities including Yale, MIT, Columbia, and NYU. Marcos was one of Engineering News-Record New York's inaugural Top 20 Under 40 awardees. In 2020 he received the ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York Board Service Award. Marcos studied engineering in Spain, received an AS in mathematics from Foothill College, graduated with Honors and Distinction from Stanford University (Phi Beta Kappa), and has M.Arch. and MBA degrees from Yale University. He lives in Brooklyn, NY, with his wife Madeley and his two daughters, Mia and Lola.