Leadership Award

Bill McIntyre Leadership Award


Recognizing Excellence in Construction
Risk Management Leadership


Established in 2018, this award recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the construction industry through innovative risk management strategies and tactics.The award will be presented every year at the IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC)

It is named for IRMI Chairman Bill McIntyre, who has inspired, trained, and educated thousands of risk professionals and is a passionate advocate of construction risk management and safety. 


2019 Submission Deadline: Monday, August 19


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The first Bill McIntyre Leadership Award was presented at the 38th IRMI Construction Risk Conference to Dick Walterhouse, chief risk officer of Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd. recognizing his 40 years of dedication to construction risk management.

About the Award


Mission Statement

The purpose is to recognize an individual whose significant contributions have improved construction risk management. Spotlighting these achievements will incentivize others in the industry to lead by example.

Who Is Bill McIntyre?

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Bill McIntyre, IRMI's owner and chairman of the board, has been involved in commercial insurance and risk management for over 40 years and holds the CPCU and ARM professional designations. He is chairman of American Contractors Insurance Group and a shareholder in American Risk Transfer Insurance Company, Ltd., a Bermuda-based captive reinsurance company. Mr. McIntyre is the founder of IRMI and originator of many of IRMI's research ideas and services.


Submission Process

To learn more about the award submission process and to download a submission packet, click on the topics below. 


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Prior Winners

2018 Winner

The first Bill McIntyre Leadership Award was presented at the 38th IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC) to Dick Walterhouse, chief risk officer of Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd.  Mr. Walterhouse was honored for his 40 years of dedication to construction risk management and his leadership in moving his company toward a “zero accident culture.” He has been instrumental in developing future industry leaders with his contributions to the development of the IRMI Boot Camp curriculum offered at CRC. 

“I can’t think of a more deserving individual to be the first recipient of this award,” said McIntyre. “Dick exemplifies the leadership attributes of commitment, selflessness, and vision, and, throughout his career, he has tirelessly worked toward the betterment of construction risk management.”

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