ARCOM’s management experience reflects a synergy of architectural specification and software development expertise.

Chris Bushnell

Christopher G. Bushnell, AIA, FCSI, CCS, is ARCOM’s President and CEO. Mr. Bushnell has been with ARCOM since 1995, serving as Architectural Specification Writer and as Director of MasterSpec Operations. Prior to joining ARCOM, he spent 16 years as a practicing architect in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska including as principal in all architectural/engineering firm in Olympia WA. He holds a Master of Business Administration from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University. Mr. Bushnell’s experience along with his management skills and knowledge of specifications are invaluable assets to ARCOM and its success.

Angie Matinkhah

Angelica Matinkhah, M.Arch, CSI, ARCOM’s Corporate Vice President, serves as Vice President of Marketing and Sales. With more than 25 years experience in various aspects of specifications development, Ms. Matinkhah brings to ARCOM an understanding of construction technology and automated specification library development. Her architecture experience includes project design for private and commercial buildings in the Philippines. Ms. Matinkhah graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of the Philippines. As a recipient of a Rotary International Foundation scholarship, she moved to Salt Lake City and completed a Master of Architecture at the University of Utah, with a Master’s thesis in specification automation.

Mike King

Michael King, FCSI, CCS, ARCOM’s Corporate Secretary, serves as ARCOM’s Vice President of Engineering Specifications and also worked nine years with MasterSpec at American Institute of Architects. Mr. King has over 45 years experience in HVAC design, specifications, and contract administration. He has been involved in the development of office master specifications for two large architectural/engineering firms, plus a master specification system for the Northeast Corridor Improvement Project, a $1.75 billion program to rebuild the railroad from Washington, DC to Boston, MA for high-speed train service. Mr. King has undergraduate studies in Math and English from Indiana University/Purdue University and in Business Law and Accounting from Roanoke College.

Paul Brosnahan

Paul Brosnahan, AIA, CSI, CCS, ARCOM’s Corporate Treasurer, serves as Vice President of Architectural Specifications. He began working on MasterSpec for the AIA in 1992 and has been with ARCOM since 1995 as Senior Architectural Specification Writer, Director of Architectural Specifications, and VP of Architectural Specifications. Mr. Brosnahan graduated from the School of Architecture, Auckland University, New Zealand, in 1974 and is a licensed architect in the Commonwealth of Virginia. With more than 35 years international architectural and specifying experience as a project manager, construction administrator, and architectural specifier, Mr. Brosnahan brings a depth of construction specification experience to ARCOM.

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