Project Manager

Zach Healy serves as a project manager for Impact Development Management. A native of Atlanta, Zach Healy graduated from the University of Georgia where he was a member of the golf team and balanced academics and the demands of the sport during his college years. Post-graduation he spent time traveling and playing in mini-tours and tournaments nationwide later deciding to put roots down back in Atlanta.

After exploring opportunities in sales, Zach is bringing his affinity for problem solving, relationship building, and time management to the IMPACT team. Flexible to the needs of the company, Zach will initially leverage his understanding of the country club environment to serve on projects in that market while also exploring opportunities in the sports environment where he can apply his degree in sports management to protect the owner’s interest.

Most excited about the tangible nature of the business and seeing projects from concept to completion, Zach looks to build new relationships and bring a fresh perspective to each team he serves.

Representative Projects

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Falcons New Broadcast Studio

Flowery Branch, GA

Featured Posts

In today’s superheated market, construction demand and associated costs are at an all-time high. Which may leave you asking - Will construction costs come down over the next few years? Should I postpone my project and wait for lower construction costs? Will construction costs escalate further?
Jason Hughes, President of Impact Development Management looks back on the company’s decision to rebrand as he looks forward to the future.

When it comes to managing a project, there are two essential reference points – a budget and a schedule. Without those, teams would be lost; however, it’s important to note that just because you have a schedule or budget in hand does not mean it will serve as a reliable tool. In this article, we will focus on how to spot a good schedule so that you have confidence you are on the right track.

It’s GO time! The project kickoff meeting is scheduled, and your team is ready to get to work. Now it’s time to get in a room and hash out the details. Kickoff can be a daunting task. So many ask, where do you start?