Mark Sutphin

Vice President Project Management

I started my first job in the woodworking industry in 1979 as an apprentice cabinet maker. It felt like more of a hobby for me than a job because I enjoyed and still do enjoy layout, working out details, fabricating and installing commercial millwork projects. After numerous years of hands on experience on the shop floor and out in the field, I was fortunate enough to move into the administrative side of the industry as a project manger and estimator. Leaning on my strong technical background I now enjoy the challenges of bringing projects in on schedule and in budget. Working with the strong team of extremely talented people at Gaithersburg Architectural Millwork, taking on ever more demanding schedules and fabricating some of the most challenging designed commercial woodworking projects is why I feel after over 40 years in the industry I’m lucky to still be doing my hobby.