Executive Vice President
As Executive Vice President, Corbett believes his greatest professional mission is to serve the dedicated employees of MAPP in executing the strategic plan while creating an unequaled company culture.
With over 27 years of construction experience, he strives to be a servant leader in support of every level of the organization and all facets of the business, including estimating, scheduling, project and field management, risk management, marketing, and business development.
Corbett has extensive experience in negotiating and executing significant, complex construction projects totaling more than $7billion for a variety of clients, including numerous Fortune 100 firms. However, his favorite projects are those that serve the community, such as the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC), Grapevine GRACE’s food pantry and clothing center, and the new headquarters for Southwest Transplant Alliance.
Corbett’s passion is serving at-risk children and veterans of the United States Armed Forces. He served multiple terms on the Board of Trustees for the DCAC and currently serves on the organization’s Advisory Council. He was recently named to the national Board of Directors for the One Heart Project, which provides at-risk and incarcerated youth a second chance. His grandfather, a WWII veteran, remains an inspiration and drives his passion for organizations such as 22Kill, The Seal Legacy Foundation, and programs like Veteran’s Transition Initiatives that focuses on employment opportunities for veterans.
In 2002, the Engineering News-Record recognized Corbett with the prestigious Newsmaker of the Year Award, and in 2007 he graduated from Leadership Dallas, a program of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Dallas Assembly.
Corbett holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station and an MBA from Houston Baptist University. He also completed post-graduate studies at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.
Corbett lives in Grapevine, TX with his wife, Heather, two children, Brian and Grace and are members of Park Cities Presbyterian Church.