SVP Construction and Engineering, Bali Turtle Island Development
Mr. Potts has recently joined BTID as Senior Vice President. Mr. Potts has a mechanical engineering background and previously worked for Shimizu for 24 years. Mr. Potts has worked in Hong Kong, Vietnam and the U.S.A. working on multiple large scale projects. He has been assigned to Vice President Construction since 2013. Prior to that Mr. Potts held positions as General Manager of construction and as Project manager. Mr. Potts is responsible for the overall management of the Engineering and construction division of Bali Turtle Island Development and other group projects.
Giti Tire – Project Director
Construction of a 1,600,000 sf tire manufacturing facility in Richburg, SC. The project was a hybrid design and build fast track scheduled to complete in 13 months.
TICA – Project Manager
Construction of a 636,000 sf. automotive compressor facility in Pendergrass, Georgia. Project was a design and build fast track completed in 11 months.
TACG – Project Manager
The building is 350,000 sf. in area and sits on 150 acres of land. The plant makes high-end variable displacement air conditioning compressors for the automotive industry.
Toyota Mississippi – Project Manager
Construction of a 505,000 sf. manufacturing facility in Guntown, Mississippi. The project consisted of 4 principal manufacturing buildings, an office building and a waste water treatment building. The project also included various pits, tunnels and heavy equipment foundations. Project delivery method: Design Build (fast track)
3 Smart grids and development of Zero net energy Buildings
Mr. Potts Led a team to develop 3 smart grid projects for the New Energy Development Organization of Japan (NEDO) 2 of the projects were in Albuquerque NM, Los Alamos NM and at the state university of New York (SUNY). They were collaborative research projects between the Govt of Japan and UNM and SUNY
Sun wah tower Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam – Assistant Project Manager
This is a 28 story 100 meter high rise office building in Ho Chi Minh City. The project had 100 meter deep bore piles and 4 levels of basements. Due to the fast track nature of the project it was built utilizing top down construction, this was challenging given the -1M water table in the region.
Ritz Carlton Hotel Hong Kong – Senior Engineer
This 35 story 5 star hotel is a landmark project in Hong Kong. It was reported to be the most expensive hotel built in the world at the time. Mr. Potts worked as a senior engineer on this project.