Senior Client Partner, Global Infrastructure, Construction & Services

Ken Bloom is a Senior Client Partner for the Global Infrastructure Construction and Services practice. He is based in the Firm’s New York City office where he is also co-Head of the firm’s P3 “Public Private Partnership” sector as well.

Mr. Bloom is a leader in the construction, logistics, and infrastructure industries where he works with board members and senior management of large and mid-sized organizations to develop and implement strategies that create sustained and significant competitive advantage.

In the Firm's P3 practice, Mr. Bloom and his colleagues have identified the "Six Unique Human Capital Requirements of a P3" and has co-authored articles on the topic.  He has built specialized human capital services to address these requirements. 

Mr. Bloom joins the Firm most recently from INTTRA, Inc. where he served as chief executive officer.  Prior to INTTRA, Mr. Bloom was a senior vice president with the Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group, the world's largest owner and operator of chemical tankers, tank containers and terminals. He started his career at Bain and Company where he served as an associate consultant in the firm's Boston office. 

Mr. Bloom holds a master of science in operations research from School of Engineering at Stanford University and a bachelor of science in mathematics from The University of Chicago.