Clark is a founding principal of Pacific Project Management, which was established in mid-2009. He has 20 years of experience in commercial construction and real estate project management. He started his career in the field building houses and site surveying while in civil engineering school at CU Boulder. From there he worked as a project engineer and manager in the construction industry, and then worked his way up to managing $100M plus developments as an owner representative for a large real estate company.
He has focused his career primarily on the new campus and high rise developments in the healthcare and corporate commercial markets, and interior build-outs and renovations in the life-science and commercial tenant projects. Additional experience includes work in hospitality, retail, critical environments/data centers, and campus infrastructure projects.
In addition to managing the operations, and client and partner relationships for the Seattle office of Pacific Project Management, Clark works on certain projects and in support of the rest of the project management team. He has extensive experience working at every level of leading teams to deliver successful projects for clients including feasibility planning, project goal setting, space & site selection support, team solicitation, budget and schedule management, occupancy planning, and overall project & construction management.
Clark has worked internationally and throughout the US in support of client projects developing strong relationships within the industry. Locally, he has been on various committees and boards within his church, kids schools, and within industry groups such as NAIOP, ULI and ACHE. He has presented to AIA, Corenet, and NAIOP on past projects he has helped manage. He also has received a Commercial Real Estate Certificate from the University Washington.
Clark enjoys his work with clients and partners, but also enjoys skiing with his kids and friends, fishing, bird hunting, running, playing golf, and traveling.