April 6, 2010
-- Mark Thomas Glass is a senior development manager for Schnitzer West, LLC, one of the Pacific Northwest's leading commercial real estate investment, development, and management companies. He has been working with Schnitzer for several years, managing the shell and core construction of the Bravern mixed use project, located in Bellevue, Washington. Bravern is a five acre site with over 750,000 square feet of office space, numerous shops, restaurants, and two residential towers. Topping thirty-two stories, it is the largest mixed-used project on the entire west coast. Mark has been in the construction industry since 1974, when he started as a carpenter’s apprentice. He then went on to positions as a carpenter, foreman, and superintendent. In 1988, Mark became a project manager for overseas developer, B.M.L., and in 1994, he accepted an appointment as the U.S. operations vice president at Hadley Holdings. Along the way, he completed undergraduate work in business law, real estate law, and several courses on construction management. Mark, a member of the Associated General Contractors of America and the American Concrete Institute, also mentors several building construction and construction management students from the universities of Washington, Central Washington, and Washington State. Despite the demanding responsibilities of a construction manager, Mark supports the community by contributing to St. Jude’s Research Hospital, and Childhaven. He also coaches lacrosse at the high school level. In his free time, Mark enjoys boating, golfing, skiing and reading Fine Home Building
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