Which project, deal, or transaction was the “game-changer” in the advancement of your career?
Back in 2012-2013 I had the opportunity to be part of a redevelopment project in Marlboro at the old Hewlett Packard Campus.Who or what inspires you?
My Family! My wife Lisa, son Cameron (11) and daughter Hailey (7) personally drive me and give me the motivation to deliver my level best each day. I want to show my children what it means to be hardworkingHow do you contribute to your community or your profession?
I used to serve on the board of directors for the Acord Food Pantry which serves six towns on the North Shore.Which project, deal, or transaction was the “game-changer” in the advancement of your career?
The game changer was two-fold. First, it was National Lumber’s 2003 purchase of Reliable Truss and second was the formal What led you to your current profession?
I love art and working in many types of media. Creating something that is meant to be experienced is energizing. Also, my dad worked as an architect until he retired.
What led you to your current profession?
Back in the mid ‘90’s, I worked at a company that sold music technology to musicians, recording engineers and record producers over the phone.Which project, deal, or transaction was the “game-changer” in the advancement of your career?
The Peabody Portfolio consisted of 149-units over 11 assets in downtown Peabody, MA.Who or what inspires you?
My previous projects inspire me greatly. Each project presented a unique set of challenges that our team overcame with creative solutions. I think back on these accomplishmentsHow have your life experiences impacted who you are professionally?
I served in the US Army so I think that a lot of experiences from that time carried over into my civilian career. During my time in service What led you to your current position?
I developed an interest in geotechnical engineering in college and after graduating I began my career at a large consulting firm. The work was challenging and personally rewarding