Mark has a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management Technology and two Associate degrees; Civil Engineering Technology and Architectural Technology. He is a recognized leader in the building envelope preservation and performance industry and has been involved in the investigation and restoration of many contemporary and historic structures over his 25 plus year career. Mark also belongs to the Association for Preservation Technology International as well as IIBEC– International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants
Mark has made numerous presentations at national industry conferences as well as owner organizations and is a continuing education provider for the American Institute of Architects and a BOMI certified trainer for the Building Owner Manager Association. Over the years he has published articles and made presentations regarding the access of structures, building envelope technologies, the use of mock-ups, solving roof problems, historic preservation, corrosion solutions, and masonry strengthening as well as other technology and building preservation topics. Mark is a former adjunct teacher for the Preservation Program at Harford Community College and has been a guest lecturer for several colleges and universities.
As the Branch Manager of the Baltimore office of BECS, Mark will be building the consulting business from Baltimore to Philadelphia where Mark started his career. His 25 plus years of experience as a restoration contractor preserving historic and contemporary structures will be a valuable resource for working directly with owners, property managers, developers, architects and others in the investigation, solution building, budget development and managing of contractors in the preservation and improved performance of existing structures.