2008-2010: Director, Geospatial Solutions and Engineering Production, Inframetrix, LLC
Higher Level Management Position in charge of Engineering Data Management and GIS Integration for an engineering firm specializing in Condition and Risk Assessment of buried assets for governmental agencies. Duties included evaluating internal production process and implementing efficiency solutions. Also provided assistance with the firm's Business Development process and worked as part of the leadership team to develop innovative solutions to improve office and field operations.
1983-2008: CEO and Founder, EFM group, Inc. an MBE consulting Civil Engineering and GIS Consulting firm offering services for private sector(land development), local government(road design, water/wastewater design and hydraulic modeling) and State DOT(road design) . Also offered water/wastewater GIS Conversion and Implementation services. Employed 55 associates at its peak. Merged EFM with larger firm from 2000 to 2004 and became the Director of the National GIS Division serving strictly water/wastewater utilities and answered directly to the CEO of this 350 employee firm(Berryman & Henigar, Inc.)
One of the many specialties of EFM was the conversion and implementation of GIS-based
asset management systems. EFM developed proprietary software to convert AutoCad data into
a GIS system with a connectivity model to facilitate the use of the GIS data for facilities
management and hydraulic modeling. EFM was responsible for building and implementing Water/Wastewawer Utilities and Public Works GIS systems for over 35 cities in the Southeastern United States.As CEO of the firm, Mr. Marquez also acted also as City Engineer for several municipalities.
Mr. Marquez has remained closely involved in the water/watewater utilities and public works industry from various perspectives including design, building geometric networks for hydraulic modeling, directing production departments, client management and business development and marketing.
1979-1983: Director of Water/Wastewater Engineering Department, Gainesville Regional Utilities. Supervised Department of 25 associates including engineering, construction, inspections and plants. This management position answered directly to the General Manager of a Utility Company that operated Electric, Water/Sewer, and Gas. Supervised design, contract administration, consulting engineering firms for city projects and coordinated with Land Developers’ Consultants as part of the development review process. Mr. Marquez was instrumental in implementing the very first personal computers for GRU and the first to embrace computer technologies in the organization
1977-1979: Assistant Construction Administrator, Smith & Gillespie Engineers, Inc.
Assisted Chief Construction Administrator supervising and inspecting all construction projects
designed by the firm throughout Florida. Duties included on-site inspections, contract
administration, and shop drawing reviews. Also acted as Project Manager on several Water
and Wastewater Design Projects. Clients were strictly local governments.