Mark Garland has been a construction professional since 1978. He has worked in leadership roles in just three companies during this period, meaning Mark anchored the companies. Construction Projects that Mark has supervised have spanned the globe from Alaska to the US Pacific Northwest, Canada, Asia and New Zealand. He has a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington.
Early in his career, Mark oversaw numerous high-rise office buildings as project manager in downtown Seattle, including the 56-story Washington Mutual Tower designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox.
In Auckland, New Zealand, Mark was executive in charge of the ASB Bank Center, a 38-story project of which the six level basement was constructed from the top down. Mark has also consulted on projects in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
In 1992 Mark joined Lease Crutcher Lewis in Seattle, Washington, and played an influential role in growing the company’s diversity and revenues. Lease Crutcher Lewis is a fourth generation employee owned construction company with offices in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Mark is currently the President of LCL Builds in Toronto, Canada. He was the principal in charge of the 60 storey Trump International Hotel + Tower in downtown Toronto. The building is 280m tall, with an iconic building top, including a 25 meter glass spire and a titanium clad quarter-dome roof.
Mark is a co-inventor of a patented method to construct concrete shear cores for high rise office buildings. This innovative method uses redundant structural steel columns inside the thick concrete shear walls so that the structural steel office building superstructure can be erected in advance of the central concrete shear core.
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