Meet the Board

Mike Smalley Michael Smalley (2020 Chair)

Michael Smalley is the Preconstruction Manager for IWR North America who works with Architects, CM’s/GC’s, and Envelope Consultants across the mid-west to achieve high-performing and code-compliant enclosures and enclosure components within budgetary parameters. With over a decade in the industry, Michael believes adding value to an enclosure project starts with education and trust and transparency amongst the project team. Michael has added value through his work on a multitude of enclosure projects in the region including SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital West total enclosure vertical expansion and the (confidential) Corporate Technology Building which has recently been awarded 2017 BEC Project of the Year for Outstanding Building Enclosure Projects. As strategical growth has expanded geographically for IWR, so has Michael’s experience, including a turn-key execution of Liberty Mutual Headquarters in Plano, TX where IWR performed a significant portion of the enclosure work on this high-performing parking garage/corporate office building. Michael spent five years as an estimator for IWR North America, then transitioning into an operational role as Project Manager before filling role as Preconstruction Manager where much of his departments responsibilities overlap both the estimating and sales and the operational units. Michael holds degrees in construction management and real estate from Missouri State University.

katie stein Katie Stein, RA, CxA+BE, BECxP, LEED AP BD+C (Treasurer)

Katie earned a degree in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2003, and is a licensed architect in the state of Illinois (RA), a Commissioning Authority plus Building Enclosure (CxA+BE), a Building Enclosure Process Provider (BECxP), and a LEED AP Building Design + Construction (LEED AP BD+C). She is a Project Manager and Building Enclosure Commissioning Process Provider for Sitton Energy Solutions. Katie has worked with Sitton Energy Solutions since 2009, where she specializes in building enclosure commissioning and accessibility compliance.

Previously she worked as an Architect for seven years for multiple design firms, where she gained valuable experience in design and construction for residential, education, commercial office, data centers, and retail.

Corina_Moore Corina Moore (2019 Past Chair)

Corina Moore began her career in the commercial roofing business in 1981 with Lucas Sales Co., a rep/distribution company based in St. Louis, Missouri. Initially, she served as the company’s receptionist, but quickly rose through the ranks. Throughout the span of her 32 years in the industry, Moore has garnered invaluable experience in several facets of the business. Her financial savvy and genuine care for the customer have propelled her through positions in bookkeeping, customer service, and sales. Moore now applies her vast industrial knowledge to her position as a Carlisle Representative for Roofing and Carlisle Air & Vapor Barriers, wall insulations, and below-grade waterproofing. Her expertise in the field further facilitates the success of Luna & Associates.

Brandon Fisher Brandon G. Fisher, RA, AIA, LEED AP (Secretary)

Brandon is a Senior Manager for the Building Science Solutions division of Intertek-Professional Service Industries (Intertek-PSI). He manages and oversees the central midwestern US operations for their St. Louis and Kansas City offices. He is a licensed architect in Illinois and has been in the architectural and construction management industry since 2003. He has worked as a design architect, construction manager, BIM coordinator, and building enclosure consultant over the last 15 plus years.

As part of his current responsibilities at Intertek-PSI he performs and oversees:

  • Third party pier reviews of contract documents and submittals for architects, contractors, and owners.
  • Building envelope ASTM and AAMA testing methods in the field.
  • Forensic building envelope failure investigations.
  • Roofing inspection, including nuclear density and infrared scanning.
  • Third party building envelope enclosure quality assurance/quality control (QAQC) inspections.
  • Infrared thermography and whole building air tests.
  • Property Condition Assessments (PCA).
  • Construction progress AIA pay draw inspections.
George Crow Portrait 5.04 George Crow, AIA, CSI, CCS, LEED AP (Director at large)

Registered Architect: Illinois, Maryland, Missouri and Texas

Senior Associate for Heitmann & Associates, Inc., Building Enclosure Consultants, St. Louis, Mo.

George Crow has 50 years’ experience in planning, designing, detailing, construction management, and implementation and validation of quality construction practices. In his role at Heitmann & Associates, he is often involved in pre-construction reviews of the construction documents for detail interfaces, successful water infiltration management, constructability and maintenance issues. These reviews often include participating in pre-construction coordination meetings and laboratory and field mock up performance testing. Due to the nature of the consulting business, George’s projects vary in size and complexity.

In addition, George is past president of the Peoria, Il. and St. Louis, Mo. CSI Chapters, was founding Chair of the Building Enclosure Council-St. Louis, and was on the Masonry Standards Joint Committee for the development of the ACI 530 Building Code Requirements For Masonry Structures for the 2005, 2008, and 2011 code cycles. He currently serves on the AIA St. Louis Chapter Continuing Education Committee and as Past Chair for the Building Enclosure Council of St. Louis.

Kevin Geil Kevin Geil (Director)

Kevin Geil joined Roofing Sales Associates, Inc. in November of 2007 as a Sales Consultant. Kevin has been working in the exterior building materials industry since1975 where his experience includes Regional Sales Manager for a major manufacturer, Distribution Sales and Manufacturers Representative. For the majority of his career he has been working with Architects, Building Owners, Roofing and Waterproofing Contractors.

Kevin is presently Secretary for the St. Louis Construction Specification Institute (CSI) Chapter, board member for the Roofing And Siding Contractors Alliance, Inc. (RSCA) and board member of the Building Enclosure Council (BEC) St. Louis.

Austin Davis Austin Davis (Director)

  • Project Manager at Alberici Constructors
  • Started with Alberici in 2010 right out of college
  • B.S. in Construction Engineering from Iowa State University
  • Projects managed:
    • St. Louis Science Center East Addition
    • Abilene, KS Memorial Hospital Addition
    • SSM Health Wentzville Healthplex
    • USPS St. Charles Post Office
    • SSM Health St. Charles Outpatient Center
    • SSM Health St. Louis University Hospital – Enclosure
  • Currently starting the Missouri Botanical Garden New Visitor Center project
  • Began involvement with the BEC in 2017 when I was given the role of enclosure project manager for the SSM/SLU project. I have enjoyed the technical and social components of the BEC events, which helped me understand key enclosure issues and ideas on what can be done to mitigate the issues. I’ve further appreciated the importance of building enclosures and look forward to helping the BEC grow within the St. Louis community.
Jeff Fischer 2 Jeff Fischer (Director)

Jeff has responsibility for the quality assurance and supervision of all ongoing projects at PARIC. In addition, he is responsible for managing and serving all warranty calls after projects have been completed.

Jeff joined PARIC in 2010 as a Senior Project Engineer. He has over fifteen years of diverse construction experience which made him the ideal choice for his current position in 2012.

Occupational Highlights:

  • Conduct a review of drawings prior to construction to identify any potential problems. Address any problems with the owner, architect, and construction team.
  • Perform quality control inspections and prepare required records/reports in compliance with requirements.
  • Perform audits to ensure compliance with quality control requirements and standards.
  • Coordinate areas of quality control work with other department’s work (i.e. start-up, engineering, etc.)
  • Perform system verification on completed systems to assure correct installation per design specifications
  • Coordinate quality control inspection schedules with other project schedules
  • Prepare and implement quality control procedures (i.e. inspection instructions, control measuring, and test equipment, etc.)
  • Monitor subcontractor work to ensure compliance with company standards, procedures, and codes when applicable.
  • Conduct internal/external quality control audits and define corrective measures for problem areas and ensure implementation.
  • Prepare quality control procedures and review other department procedures for compliance with quality control requirements.
  • Provide necessary outgoing correspondence and insure compliance and/or correctness.
  • Participate in review board meetings to resolve nonconformance areas. Follow-up to ensure corrections are implemented.
  • Inspect jobsite for water intrusion.
  • Inspect S.W.P.P. and B.M.P.s on the jobsites.
Bill Decker Bill Decker (Director)

  • Director of Architecture – Quality / Project Manager
  • Employment
    • Arcturis 2004 – present
    • Gray Design Group – 1999 to 2004
    • Intern at Boland & Associates; ARCO Construction
  • Education
    • B.A.S. – University of Nebraska – Lincoln
    • M-Arch – Clemson University
  • Significant Projects
    • Edward Jones – South Campus Addition and Garage
    • Edward Jones – North Campus Garage
    • Washington University Cupples II Renovation
    • St. Louis Science Center – GROW Pavilion
    • Currently working on a new branch Library in Eureka for St. Louis County Library System
  • As an Architect I have always gravitated to the more technical aspects of design, specifically the building envelope, and continually look for new and better ways to enclose a building. I look forward to joining the BEC and the chance to help learn and grow with the building enclosure community.