Aviation Market Principal

Mark continuously delivers efficient facilities by providing unique solutions to complex projects in active airport environments. He is known for his ability to form and foster strong relationships, which results in repeat clients again and again. He is an expert at merging good design with careful technical leadership across a variety of project types, including airport terminals, aircraft maintenance facilities, cargo facilities and MRO’s.

Guiding teams to innovative end results, Mark has led an impressive range of high-profile projects including United Airlines Maintenance Hangar and GSE Complex at Los Angeles International Airport, AIRBUS Final Assembly Line Complex in Mobile, Alabama, American Airlines GEM Facility at O’Hare International Airport, and the new Terminal Expansion at Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma.

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“Delivering quality design solutions to complex projects for our aviation clients is what I enjoy most. My passion is helping clients achieve their goals.”

Mobile, Alabama (CNN) — Just three years after Airbus broke ground on its Mobile, Alabama, factory, the company has reached a major milestone, delivering its first ever airliner assembled in the U.S. Dubbed, “BluesMobile,” JetBlue’s new A321ceo airliner rolled out Monday in front of an enthusiastic crowd of employees, JetBlue customers, VIPs and locals. “Today is aviation history,” […]

AAR and the City of Oklahoma City Department of Airports today jointly announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art Fixed Base Operation (FBO) corporate and general aviation facility at Will Rogers World Airport that will be capable of handling more than 10,000 flight operations annually. The opening of the 1.8 million, 6,000-square-foot facility is the […]

TULSA, Oklahoma – American Airlines employees in Tulsa celebrated the opening of a new hangar space Wednesday, modified to work with the airline’s newest aircraft. The Airbus 319 aircraft was too big to fit into the hanger, but a $2.7 million new roof and new doors mean that its tail can fit inside. More importantly, it […]

Checklists, requirements and standards are commonplace in the world of Commercial and Federal Aviation. This consistency promotes occupational safety and protection of aircraft assets, resulting in fewer mishaps and increased performance for the industry. With these multitudes of requirements in place, it can be interesting to delve into those areas where clear, consolidated standards do […]