Jim has dedicated his career to supporting client’s development of life saving therapeutics and novel consumer products in the science and technology market sector by developing Facility master planning strategies and managing resulting complex construction projects to deliver cutting edge technical and creative work spaces. With over 20 years in the AEC industry, he has provided subject matter expertise and consultation within the biopharmaceutical, manufacturing, semi-conductor and medical device industries. In his role as Vice President & Project Executive at Timberline Construction, Jim takes his highly-specialized technical expertise to provide program management advisory services and industry best practices to support the development of on time, cost-effective solutions for Timberline’s clients.
Jim has a broad work history at some of most successful science and technology firms such as Sanofi Genzyme, Shire and Pfizer (Wyeth). He is well respected industry-wide as a knowledgeable resource for client focused negotiations, business plan development, procurement and contract negotiations, identifying cost savings strategies, and creating and implementing space planning strategies related to business expansions or contractions. Previous to Timberline, Jim’s portfolio includes spear heading the identification of a life sciences headquarters site with expansion up to 1M SF which included cGMP Manufacturing plant and product development program. He was the point person for procurement of over $500 million worth of ground up and renovation construction for a global firm.
This deep experience assists the Timberline team in elevating their customer focus and resources in the science and technology market sector. Jim’s vast knowledge, diverse experience and result-oriented approach has earned him the solid trust of clients and industry colleagues.
Babson College – Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business
B.S. Business, Finance
Rochester Institute of Technology