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WASHINGTON, DC --(Marketwired - January 20, 2016) - MGAC, an international project management and owner's representation firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Mark Denmarsh as Vice President to its growing Seattle office. Denmarsh brings a diverse background working within the architectural design and construction industry to his role, specializing in highly complex project and program management. His expertise and reputation within the Seattle market strengthens MGAC's ability to serve national clients coast to coast, and expands MGAC's capacity to support the increasing amount of development taking place throughout the northwest region.
"Mark brings a new energy to our Seattle office and will play a vital role in further establishing our critical environments, hospitality, cultural, and commercial expertise on the west coast," said MGAC President and founder Mark Anderson. "As we approach our 20th anniversary this April, securing talented, experienced professionals like Mark helps to lay the foundation for strategic growth across North America and beyond."
To learn more about or connect with Mark, please visit his LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markdenmarsh
Established in 1996, MGAC is a project management and owner's representation firm dedicated to our clients and their organizational success. MGAC is a talented group of innovators working to integrate people, resources, and materials in pursuit of a common goal: the client's satisfaction through the professional achievement of organizational design and construction project goals and objectives. MGAC has collectively managed over $4.5 billion of critical environments, hospitality, corporate, historic, retail, cultural, and government building projects across six continents over the last five years. Headquartered in Washington, DC, MGAC has additional offices in Los Angeles, Seattle, Charlotte, Albany and Toronto. For more information, please visit the company's website at www.mgac.com.
Laura Ewan, CPSM
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