Mark MartinSales Representative

Cell: 817-825-8325
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Mark began his career after studying business and working in the real estate industry. He spent 16 years working as a home builder, fielding calls and managing projects from initial concept and sketch ups through the design and permitting process and on the final construction.

Mark's relationship with American Masonry Supply began as a top client of the company.  He respected their work ethic, loved the quality of workmanship, and valued AMS's commitment to helping him complete his projects on time, on budget, and to the complete satisfaction of his customers. By joining AMS, Mark was able to focus on one of his favorite elements of the construction process – masonry design and installation.

"AMS clients, particularly our returning clients, know what they like and they know how we are going to help them achieve their design plans with quality and efficiency."

Mark's 18 years of cast stone and ornamental plaster sales and management allows him to facilitate projects for clients from start to finish – from initial input through the design process, project quotes and approvals through production and finish out. Mark's many years of experience as a builder allow him to anticipate client needs as well as avoid pitfalls and quickly troubleshoot and resolve any issues that might arise during a project.

Mark loves that DFW is an all-in-one area for shopping, sports, entertainment, and outings. If he weren't working as VP at AMS, he feels he'd still be active in the real estate world. Additionally he'd make lots of time for travelling, and playing golf. As a college baseball player for Navarro College, Mark feels his experience as an athlete contributes to his work ethic at AMS along with a competitive spirit that thrives on besting any possible rivals in their industry. He enjoys the creativity and flexibility involved in AMS's production oriented business. His favorite motto is "Common sense – if it starts to get complicated, stop and start over!"