IWR North America is pleased to announce and welcome Billy Marks as prefabrication manager. With an impressive career spanning over 25 years in the construction industry, Marks brings a wealth of expertise and a passion for finding innovative and efficient ways to deliver exceptional results. Throughout his career, Marks has held various key roles, including prefabrication manager, chief estimator, and project manager. He has established himself as a trusted building enclosure professional with a special focus on prefabrication.
“IWR North America is excited to welcome Marks as our new Prefabrication Manager,” said Eric Youngblood, vice president of IWR North America. “His exceptional track record and passion for pushing the boundaries of construction align perfectly with our commitment to being a true building enclosure partner for our clients. Marks’s expertise is sure to play a pivotal role in further strengthening our position as a building enclosure leader locally and nation-wide.”
Marks has been involved in many notable projects throughout his career, both with IWR North America and in his past roles. Some notable projects include the Covidien Pilot Plant in Webster Groves, Missouri, the expansion of the University of Missouri Memorial East side football stadium in Columbia, Missouri, and the University of Florida Malachowsky Data Center in Gainesville, Florida. These projects have been acknowledged within the industry with national awards and best-in-class recognitions.
Known for his problem-solving skills and collaborative approach, Marks is dedicated to helping his team succeed and building strong relationships with clients and project partners. As he anticipates collaborating on world-class projects, his passion for prefabrication and commitment to innovative methods align with IWR North America’s focus on delivering cutting-edge building enclosure solutions.