AACE International Activities: Mark is Vice President at Hill International.
He has a B.C.E. in Civil Engineering
from Georgia Institute of Technology, 1979.
He did coursework at Marshall University,
1974‐1975 and at Ohio University, 1972‐
1974. He is a certified Planning and Scheduling
Professional (PSP). He is a member of the Project
Management Institute (PMI), Construction Management Association
of America (CMAA), American Society of Civil Engineers,
Construction Institute, Associated Builders and Contractors of
Georgia, Inc., and Associated General Contractors of Georgia.
Mark has more than 35 years of experience in planning,
scheduling, project management, contract administration, budget
and cost control, estimating, bidding and purchasing for a wide
variety of large commercial and heavy civil projects including
healthcare facilities, prisons, power plants, paper mills, manufacturing
plants, military installations, defense, bridge and tunnel,
railroad and roadway, marine, government, oil and gas pipeline,
stadium and multifamily residential sectors. His clients have included
owners, architects, design firms, government entities and
agencies, contractors and subcontractors, project managers,
sureties, law firms and individual attorneys. As a senior consultant,
Mark reviews, analyzes and provides expert testimony on a
broad range of construction projects in the U.S., Europe and the
Mark has planned and guided complex construction programs
from pre‐construction through closeout, leading and managing
in‐house and onsite project staff. He has also performed forensic
analysis and provided expert testimony on matters involving planning,
CPM scheduling, as well as construction cost and performance
issues. As an experienced and seasoned expert, Mark has
provided valuable insight during case management, discovery,
document control, database management, graphics, settlement
negotiation, mediation support and expert testimony. He is also
comfortable dealing with issues such as productivity, impact, cost/
quantum, and forensic scheduling in AAA arbitrations, mediations,
state and federal courts, and the International Chamber of
Commerce (ICC) arbitrations. Mark currently serves as an officer
on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Engineering Foundation
(GEF) and as Scholarship Director for the AACE Atlanta Section.
Goals and Objectives:
Work with each Section to establish achievable tailored goals for each Section and a solid path towards those goals with assistance from myself, AACE and other area Sections.
To serve as a conduit between the Sections to improve communication and networking within the Organization.
To serve as a conduit between the Sections, the International Office and the other Regions.
Travel to each Section, attend meetings and work to revitalize struggling and growing Sections.
Mentor individuals and sections in developing their scholarship and certification programs.
Further the growth of membership and professional interaction with other professional organizations and within each of the Sections.