As the Senior Project Manager of Land Development at FivePoint, Mark manages the Master Development obligations of Public/Private Partnerships with the City and County of San Francisco for the redevelopment of Candlestick Point/Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 2. Tasked with planning and implementing the new public streets, infrastructure, and open space of the largest land development project in San Francisco history, he is uniquely positioned to influence the design of smart city and sustainable resource technologies into the urban fabric from the ground up. His work on the Hunters Point Eco-Grid has provided the opportunity to navigate real-life challenges of building a smart city. In partnership with the City and County of San Francisco, the Hunters Point Eco-District strives to redefine what a smart city model will look like through a Master Development approach and within the public realm.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Prior to joining the FivePoint team in San Francisco, he worked internationally with non-profits and disaster response organizations in Guatemala and New Zealand, and also managed federal US Army Corps infrastructure projects around the United States. He lives in Richmond with his wife Megan, and two sons Parker and Micah.