As one of Beacon Bay’s Principals and key Project Managers, Craig Middleton brings decades of experience managing numerous projects throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Craig graduated Colorado School of Mines in 1991, with a degree in Petroleum Engineering. Craig was hired by Conoco Inc. in the gulf coast of Louisiana, and spent 7 years with Conoco managing multi-million dollar projects offshore. In 1997, Craig decided to change over to the entrepreneurial world when he purchased a cleaning and housekeeping service. During the 11 years Craig owned this service he earned invaluable experience in employee management and customer service. Further, in 2006 Craig co-founded a decorative and restorative concrete construction company where he also performed the Project Management completing over 200 projects. Leveraging his business and engineering expertise, Craig joined Beacon Bay in 2008 as a Project Manager overseeing projects in the Western United States and Canada. In 12 years Craig managed over 90 projects – 10,000 guestrooms, 50 lobbies and public space reinventions, ADA upgrades, and site work.
Craig has proven himself going beyond hospitality project management. Seeing the opportunity to expand and grow the business, Craig created the company’s management training manuals, developed software and technology components allowing for more effective management, and was instrumental in our expansion and the business development of the company. Craig is part of a common goal, striving to be a part of the number one hospitality project management firm in the world. Based out of Denver, Colorado, Craig has since been promoted to Principal, and is in charge of all aspects of BBPM’s efforts in the Western US managing an experienced team, capable of overseeing up to 20 projects at one time.
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