Director Business Development-Sports Venues
Shawmut Design and Construction is a construction company that offers safety compliance services and construction value-added services.
Terry McIntyre is a professional revenue generator and sales strategist specializing in the business of sports. He currently serves as Director of Business Development-Sports Venues at Shawmut Design and Construction, a leading national construction management firm. Shawmut has worked on a wide range of high profile sports projects, including renovating premium seating areas, building stadium restaurants, updating concessions and team stores, as well as making infrastructure improvements at such well known venues as Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, TD Garden, Camden Yards, and MetLife Stadium. Since joining Shawmut, Mr McIntyre successfully engaged the firm with a number of high profile sports venues including Santa Anita Park, where Shawmut is overseeing the renovation of the historic race track's premium space; Petco Park in San Diego, where his firm has renovated food and beverage service for the Padres, along with building new premium seating in left field; Madison Square Garden where his firm is currently engaged with renovating the iconic arena's theater; Qualcomm Stadium where Shawmut updated food and beverage service for the Chargers; Chase Field in Phoenix, where Shawmut built a new team store for the Diamondbacks; and the Staples Center, where Shawmut constructed the Clippers new Members Club, and their Lexus Courtside Club, along with renovating the Clippers locker room. Mr. McIntyre also connected Shawmut with the Detroit Tigers, where his firm renovated the main concourse at Comerica Park, and the New York Mets, where Shawmut added sponsor activation zones for Budweiser and Nikon at Citi Field. Most recently, he closed deals with the Las Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL and the Brooklyn Nets to build new team stores at T-Mobile Arena and Barclay Center.Prior to joining Shawmut, Mr. McIntyre served as sports marketing director at USA TODAY where he was responsible for managing the business side of 'America’s Sports Daily.'