In his role as President, Mark oversees Intermech’s overall operations. He leads his team by setting the highest standard in providing government and industrial construction services aimed at practical results and customer satisfaction. Once a project is awarded, Mark provides support to the project team to ensure quality and safety are delivered with the on-time and under-budget project, successfully meeting our clients’ needs. In addition to project execution, Mark also supports the estimating reviews, business development, financial reporting, and annual budgets. He also works with the CEO on strategic planning initiatives.
Mark has been in the general construction business for more than 25 years. He worked for a general contractor through college and began his mechanical career in January 2001, when he joined Intermech, Inc. as a Project Manager. He was responsible for the Department of Energy projects at the Hanford site as well as other public and private heavy industrial projects in the Pacific Northwest. In 2006, Mark was promoted as the Washington State Business Unit Manager, and in 2013 he was given responsibility for the complete Intermech operations.
Mark holds a bachelor’s degree in construction management from Central Washington University. He is the license holder for the Oregon Construction Constructors Board. Mark has attended the Thayer Leader Development Group at West Point as well as the Leadership for Results class at Babson College.
The Personal Side
In his down time, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife and kids. Most of his time is spent watching his kids play softball, baseball, soccer, and basketball. When there is a break from the kids’ sports, he can be found enjoying the outdoors playing golf, camping, and boating.