With over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, Peggy Hogan Marker serves as co- president of Marker Construction Group.
Marker’s background includes ground-up development and construction, as well as lease negotiations for large shopping centers, mixed use/retail and apartment buildings.
Marker’s awards include being named a 2023 top 250 Power Leader by the South Florida Business Journal, 2021 Prestigious Women Award, 2019 Influential Business Women by South Florida Business Journal, which recognizes the top 25 most influential business women in South Florida. In addition, she is the recipient of the 2019 Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Mother’s Day award, 2019 Globe Street Women of Influence award other past awards include, CRE Women in Real Estate Award and BISnow Outstanding Excellence and influence in SF Commercial Real Estate South Florida Business Journals Up and Comers Award 2007, and Gold Coast Magazines 40 under 40 award.
Marker is consistently featured as a construction industry expert in the Miami Herald and The Real Deal, and is frequently asked to appear live on Fox Business and Bloomberg News as a construction industry expert. Her professional affiliations include the Construction Association of South Florida, Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., Urban Land Institute, Commercial Real Estate Women Network, National Association of Women in Construction and National Association for Industrial and Office Parks and Institute of Classical Architecture & Art.
Peggy Hogan Marker currently sits on the boards of The Community Foundation of Broward County, YPO Construction Industry Network, Presidents Council of Broward College, Board of Huizenga Park, Board of PAWS South Florida Rescue (an organization within the Humane Society of Broward County), and The Cold Spring Harbor Fire Museum. She is actively involved with 4Kids of South Florida ― an organization serving foster children in Broward and Palm Beach Counties and Calvary House an organization for Women in recovery. She previously served as a board member for the Museum of Discovery and Science, Humane Society of Broward County, Heart Gallery of Broward County, and Save the Children Long Island Council. She was previously on the steering committee for the Holy Cross Dorothy Mangurian Comprehensive Women's Center capital campaign.
Marker holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science and English from the University of Vermont. She is married to W. Grey Marker II, who is co President of Marker Construction Group. They have three children, and reside in Fort Lauderdale.