RESUMÉ FOR MARK L. COULIS
Senior Design Consultant, LEED AP, BSME
Mark Coulis is a building envelope consultant with distinguished experience in the discipline, and is the Vice President and a Senior Design Consultant for the Building Envelope Consulting Division for Wheaton Sprague.
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering; Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
2008 – Present: Wheaton Sprague Engineering, V.P. & Senior Design Consultant, Stow, OH
To advise architects, owners, and related clients on all matters related to exterior cladding systems and system design, working independently and directly with our clients, peer-reviewing and reviewing documents and submittals for appropriate technical content & constructability, providing code consultation, checking curtain wall and/or exterior cladding systems for air/water integrity. As a staff Exterior Cladding Specialist, solves complicated system design problems and provides workable solutions.
2005 - 2008 Curtain Wall Design & Consulting, Senior Design Consultant / Manager, Atlanta, GA
Responsible for technical review of drawings and specifications, preparation of details and specifications, inspections and testing of installed building envelope systems, and witness installation and testing for performance of same. Advised architects, contractors and building owners on new work and existing buildings, relative to performance issues for their exterior cladding systems. Managed internal and external resources for Atlanta office staffed with (5) consultants, provided peer reviews.
2003 - 2005 MK Architectural, Senior Project Manager and Sales, Canton, OH
Hard bid estimating, sales, purchasing, and contract administration. Produce preliminary engineering analysis and system designs. Participate in design / scope review with A/E teams and their consultants. Coordinated and directed internal and external resources.
2000 - 2003 Wheaton Sprague, Building Envelope Consultant, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Contract document review, value engineering, field observation and testing for A/E and real estate clients. Produced detailed reports and correspondence. Proposed solutions and corrective action for wall system defects. Conducted product evaluation, current art investigation and new product design for OEM clients, assisted another with a new skylight product launch. Directed mock-up installations and testing for same client at ATI.
1992 - 2000 Associated Materials, Director of Engineering, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Developed and launched new and innovative building products, improved existing products and processes. Worked closely with customers to understand their needs. Directed, assisted and trained others. Spearheaded thermal testing and improvements in several product lines. Studied and tested competitive products, and coordinated R&D functions. Designed and built a new plant in Texas in 9 months.
1987 - 1991 R.A. Hubbard Associates, Building Envelope Consultant, Parma, OH
Prepared specifications, conceptual details and test procedures. Performed field inspection, observation and field testing. Reviewed contract documents and supplier submittals for several A/E clients. Evaluated window and wall system failures; wrote detailed reports and recommended remedial actions.Began involvement with high explosive blast designs for walls.
1984 - 1987 PPG Industries, Project Manager, Akron, OH
Total project involvement and participation, conceptual through final design, submittals, mock-up testing, extrusion die design, fabrication, installation and project closeout. Produced preliminary engineering analysis for review by staff PE. Prepared purchasing requisitions and cost reports. Studied regulatory and industry trends. Also contributed in areas of "damage control". Heavily involved in field resolution of problems, and worked closely with others to resolve issues and minimize financial impact on the projects. Projected and coordinated progress billings. Coached and trained others. Continued to study technical and code subject matter.
1980 - 1984 AMPAT/ Midwest, Project Engineer, Cleveland, OH
Started as a detail drafter, promoted to project engineer in 1983. Total project involvement and participation, conceptual through final design, submittals, mock-up testing, extrusion die design, fabrication, installation and project closeout. Produced preliminary engineering analysis for review by staff PE. Prepared purchasing requisitions and cost reports. Studied regulatory and industry trends.
RECOGNITION & AWARDS:
Awarded 4 letters of patent during his tenure as
Director of Engineering of Associated Materials:
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE)
Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)
Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)
Building Enclosure Council (BEC)
Active in ASTM, AAMA, GANA and those listed above
Statue of Liberty Renovation, New York, NY
Pentagon Building Renovation, Washington, D.C.
San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA
Tysons Corners, Washington, D.C.
USA Pharmacopia, Washington, D.C.
Continental Terminal Expansion, Cleveland, OH
Hyatt Regency, Baltimore, MD
1290 Avenue of the Americas,York, NY
Johns Hopkins Glass Pavillion, Baltimore, MD
Towers at Harbor Court, Baltimore, MD
One Columbus Center, Virginia Beach, VA
Westin Washington City Center, Washington, D.C
Tech World Plaza, Washington, D.C.
Tradition Towers, Orlando, FL
Two Alliance Center, Atlanta, GA
Signature Tower, Nashville, TN
Terminus 100 & 200, Atlanta, GA
Atlantis III, Nassau, BS
Duke Center, Raleigh, NC
Wachovia Tower,Charlotte, NC
The Atlantic, Atlanta, GA
Blackbaud Headquarters, Charleston, SC
Prestige Towers, Jacksonville, FL
Veterans’ Glass City Skyway Pylon, Toledo, OH
Austin Federal Courthouse, Austin, TX
Metropolitan Center, Atlanta, GA
Atlantech Tower, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Mississippi Power Ops. Complex, Gulfport, MS
Cleveland Clinic Heart Center, Cleveland, OH
Fitzgerald Condominiums, Asheville, NC
Van Andel Institute, Grand Rapids, MI
Mina Zayed Waterfront, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Devonian Gardens, Calgary, Alberta
Cunz Hall – OSU, Columbus, OH
Toledo Hosp. Renaissance,Toledo, OH
Cornell Phys. Science Bldg., Ithaca, NY
University Hosp. Cancer Ctr., Cleveland, OH
RIT – Student Alumni Ctr., Rochester, NY
Tripoli Airport, Tripoli, Libya
1775 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC
Centennial House Condominiums, Atlanta, GA
MacArthur Center, Dallas, TX
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Charlotte, NC
3630 Peachtree, Atlanta, GA
Bonnet Creek Resort, Orlando, FL
Piazza at Paces, Roswell, GA
Wilmington Convention Center, Wilmington, NC
Waldorf – Astoria Hotel, Orlando, FL
Trump Towers Midtown, Atlanta, GA
Hard Rock Hotel & Condos, Atlanta, GA
Museum Place, Atlanta, GA
Midtown One & Two, Atlanta, GA
830 Brickell, Miami, FL
Lenbrook Center, Atlanta, GA
CityPlace at Buckhead, Atlanta, GA
The Lagoons, Dubai, UAE
Freedom Tower, New York, NY
San Antonio Botanical Gardens, San Antonio, TX
CTC Corp. Headquarters, Concord, NC
Lakeside Resort & Residencies, Flower Mound, TX
Buckhead Place Condominiums, Atlanta, GA
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Atlanta, GA
Atlantis III, Nassau, Bahamas
Lakeside Resort & Residences, Flower Mound, TX
GA Tech Nanotech Ctr., Atlanta, GA
Cumberland Center, Atlanta, GA
230 Peachtree, Atlanta, GA
MV Rensselaer – Cornell, Ithaca, NY
West 42nd & 10th Avenue, New York, NY
Turning Stone Casino, Verona, NY
Progressive Insurance Campus, Mayfield, OH
Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC
GSU Nanotechnology Bldg, Atlanta, GA
Sto AG HQ, Stühlingen, Germany
Gile Community Housing, Hanover, NH
Segment 3 & 4 Schools, Cleveland, OH
Lafayette Square, Washington, DC
Gothic Building, Akron, OH
Art Museum, Miami, FL