UF College of Design, Construction & Planning

Kornblau Inducted Into Rinker School’s Construction Hall of Fame - Published on September 22, 2017

On September 16, 2017, Bryan Kornblau, BBC 1981, was inducted into the UF Rinker School’s Construction Hall of Fame to honor his accomplishments in the industry, in his community and at the University of Florida.

Kornblau is the president and a principal of Markel/Eagle Partners as well as the chairman and founder of Eagle Construction of VA. Kornblau sits on the company’s Board of Managers.

Kornblau has served on many local boards in Virginia, including as a statewide gubernatorial appointee as the Richmond District representative for the Commonwealth’s Transportation Board (CTB).

As a member of the CTB’s finance committee, he was integrally involved in the planning and implementation of the Public-Private Transportation Act. He was responsible for enabling the completion of the main beltway around Richmond, Route 288.

He currently serves as the director of the Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority (RMTA), which owns and manages Richmond toll roads, as well as the stadium and many Richmond area parking structures.

Congratulations to Bryan Kornblau on earning this great honor!