Michael J. Batza

Chairman


What do you like about the corporate culture of HPI?

A great team culture that is very inclusive. There is no one more important than the next. Everyone participates in reaching our goals.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

What spare time? I spend as much time as possible with my family, especially my grandkids. I do enjoy hunting, skiing, golfing, and attending the grandkids sporting events.

Please name a person who has had a tremendous impact on your life.

Hal Lahr, my football coach at Colgate, taught me the value of competition and instilled a “never quit” mentality into all of us. Both were truly great lessons in life.

What are the factors that most impact the growth of HPI?

Delivering projects as promised and our ability to raise new third party capital.

What will help us, as a company, make smarter decisions?

To continue to empower our young and talented people while providing them the tools and materials to do so.

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Contact


Michael J. Batza
Phone:  (410) 769-6100
Email: mbatza@hpimd.com

Mike has been responsible for the development and management of approximately 2,000,000 square feet of commercial office, industrial, distribution and other mixed use projects. He was a founding partner of Meridian Healthcare and was responsible for the development of approximately 1,800 nursing home beds for the company and third parties pursuant to development and management contracts. Mike and his partners sold the Meridian Healthcare Division in November 1993 to Genesis Health Ventures, a New York Stock Exchange health care provider.

In addition to his day-to-day business responsibilities, he is active in community and philanthropic activities, presently serving on the boards of The Kennedy Krieger Institute, Mercy Medical Center, St. Mary¹s Seminary & University, The National Aquarium of Baltimore, and the Archdiocese of Baltimore¹s Board of Financial Administration. He formerly served as a Director of Colgate University, The Gunston Day School, the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Notre Dame Preparatory School, Provident Bank, and the Towson Development Corporation.

Mike received a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University. He and his wife Patricia reside in Towson, Maryland.