Maggie Beckley on panel at Flavor Event


The greatest opportunity for healthcare right now is being intentional in what we build and aligning strategies with the needs of patients.”

Putting People First

We have a responsibility as a healthcare builder to represent and advocate for the communities where we live and work. If you are intentional with a design and focus on the needs of the people first, then success, opportunity, and revenue will soon follow. 

Developing Strong Partnerships

I enjoy the opportunity to build authentic relationships with our customers and community members. It’s a privilege to work alongside people who are passionate about their work and bring a diversity of thought into the industry and our projects.

Navigating Industry Challenges

The healthcare industry is facing hard times right now. We’re constantly dealing with issues around capital resources, workforce shortages, and other aftereffects of the pandemic.

As a result, we’ve had to learn to pivot quickly and sometimes face tough decisions to ensure a project best serves the health of a community.

Building Stronger Communities

We can make a difference in this world if we have empathy for people who are in need and keep our eyes open to the issues and problems that need solving.

What I like about Mortenson is our culture of community and diversity. We get involved in the community and build great relationships, and we let our commitment to doing the right thing guide us in how we make decisions.


I just love spending time with family, friends, and those who I adore.  My family always tells me I’m a good and kind person, even in the hardest times or in the face of adversity. It means a lot to hear that from them and to know they’re proud of me. I’m also honored to be the godmother to the children of my three dearest friends.

I love to travel in my free time, whether it’s back to my home state, exploring different parts of the US, or to another country. It’s fun visiting art museums and experiencing the architecture of different environments.

16 years