Thomas P. GaneyThomas P. Ganey, vice president of planning, joined Marquette as a project manager in the Department of Facilities Services in 1993. He became an assistant director in 1998 and director of the Department of Facilities Planning, Design and Construction in 2005. He was named university architect in 2007 and vice president of planning in 2013.

As vice president of planning, Ganey leads strategic planning activities and manages the Department of Public Safety, Facilities Services/Office of the University Architect, Information Technology Services, the Krueger Child Care Center and Parking Services.

During his career at Marquette University, Ganey has been a leader and manager of a campus improvement program involving the expenditure of more than $350 million that has included construction of eight new buildings and seven major facility renovation projects, along with extensive improvements to the campus grounds. During 2012–2013, he has helped lead the university-wide strategic planning process, serving as co-chair of the Strategic Plan Coordinating Committee.

Ganey is a licensed architect and has worked in a leadership and management role in the improvement and operation of facilities while leading more than 20 major building projects spanning a 31-year professional career. He has presented his work and the work of his colleagues at national and regional conferences; participated on several university and professional association committees; and served his community as a volunteer. In 2005, Ganey was the recipient of the Marquette University Excellence in University Service Award, and in 2009 he was named Project Manager of the Year by Wisconsin Builder magazine.

Ganey earned a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies in 1979 and his master of architecture degree in 1982, both from the University of Illinois.