Work Experience
Exploring innovative uses for computer technology is a passion.
Getting to see world-class architecture is exciting.
August 1998
 - Present
  Bentley Systems
Solutions Executive (2007-present)
Business Development Manager (2005-2006)
Director Professional Services (2001-2004)
Project Manager (1998-2000)

  Joined Bentley as a project manager responsible for solution design and implementation of Bentley technology for accounts.

Promoted to Director of Professional Services responsible for defining and implementing operational policies and project delivery methodologies for regionally based consulting teams, responsible for the day-to-day operations, sales program development, financial accountability and managing working relationships with North American regional sales units.

Promoted to Business Development Manager to define and develop markets in which to sell Bentley solutions, responsibilities include market sizing, solution definition, solution positioning and messaging, worked with global sales organization to sell into markets.

Promoted to Solutions Executive to author business plan to identify market requirements and define solution for AEC applications.

September 1994
- July 1998
  Stephen Fuller
Vice President / Information Systems

  Responsible for the development and integration of information technology within the firm including - telephone systems, desktop computers, application servers, LAN, printing and plotting systems.

Created an employee education program to address all aspects of technology usage.

Supported financial system with custom sales order processing application.

March 1990
- August 1994
  Lord, Aeck & Sargent
Architect / Information Management

  Developed business systems for management and delivery of professional services.

Implemented CADD applications for building design, visualization and production of construction documents.

Managed CADShare a software development company.

November 1983
- February 1990
  Heery International
Intern Architect / CADD Coordinator

  Intern architect on projects including 999 Peachtree, Womens Specialty Retail Group, Alston & Bird, University of Alabama Stadium, Turner Broadcasting facility, Life of Georgia World Headquarters.

Developed standards for drawing production, databases for building program analysis, cost estimating and space planning /facility management, and 3D modeling techniques.

Analyzed building designs with respect to energy efficiency, construction and operations, performed return-on-investment studies for design alternatives.

Developed Grounds Maintenance software for Corps of Engineers, Germany.

July 1982
- October 1983
  John Mixon, Architect
Intern Architect

  Member of a four person firm, work included proposal studies, production drafting and client correspondence.

Performed construction contract administration for small renovation projects.