As the CEO of Terra Millennium Corporation (TMC), Mark Stutzman brings over 39 years of industry experience. Mark became the TMC CEO in January 2000 and since then has focused on growth through geographic, service line and end market diversification. Safety, customer service, providing the best overall cost-effective services, and locating personnel talent has been the key to successfully growing this business. Since 1985, Mark has seen the TMC business grow from a small regional contractor to a nationwide operation spanning from coast to coast with six companies and twenty-four regional offices.
He began his career in TMC as a JTTHORPE Project Manager in 1985, then helped grow JTTHORPE working his way up to President in 1997. He has extensive industrial experience in refining, petrochemical, cement, incineration and power.
He received his bachelor’s degree, Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University in 1981. He began his career at Chevron as a design engineer and turnaround manager.
David Miller is the President of Terra Millennium Corporation (TMC) and brings over 32 years of industrial experience. David focuses on operational efficiency and looks for entrepreneurial opportunities to help grow the TMC business. David helps oversee integration of new subsidiaries and works with Senior Management on new strategies for growth.
David began his TMC career in 1998 as a JTTHORPE Territory Manager where he managed client relationships within his territory, negotiated new contracts and supervised the execution of projects. In 2002, David formed Brahma Group Inc. and as its CEO grew TMC's very successful industrial mechanical contracting business to one of the most successful mechanical contractors in the Mountain States. David has extensive experience in steel and mining.
David received a BS in Physical Plant Engineering at BYU in 1989. He worked for Geneva Steel prior to beginning coming over the TMC. There he was rapidly rose to the rank of assistant Plant Manager of Operations and Maintenance.
Bryan Young is the Vice President and COO of Terra Millennium Corporation (TMC) and brings 29 years of experience in the industrial sector. Bryan became the COO in early 2020 and he currently oversees all business operations for Terra Millennium Corporation along with its six national and international subsidiaries.
He began his TMC career as a JTTHORPE Project Manager in 1999. He worked his way up within JTTHORPE became its President in 2014. He led JTTHORPE’s team to record years in revenue and safety performance with his focus on operational excellence, process standardization and personnel development. Bryan has extensive industrial experience in steel, mining, refining and power. Bryan also has vast experience in contract negotiation, organized labor negotiations and M&A.
He obtained his B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials from the Colorado School of Mines in 1991. He began his career with Geneva Steel eventually becoming its General Manager.
Mark Hauber has served as Terra Millennium Corporation (TMC)’s Chief Financial Officer since 2017.
Mark’s responsibilities include finance and accounting, human resources and IT. Since joining TMC, Mark has built a strong centralized finance and accounting team and significantly streamlined the back-office functions under his responsibility. This has been achieved through centralizing responsibilities into the corporate office, consolidating into a single ERP system and significantly enhancing financial reporting. He additionally has made notable capital structure improvements and is a key member of the management team driving growth strategy. Mark strives for optimization and standardization of processes with a focus on maximizing the benefit to TMC, its subsidiaries and its customers.
Prior to joining TMC, Mark served as Vice President of Finance for Boart Longyear and additionally served as its Interim Chief Financial Officer in 2017. Prior to Boart Longyear, Mark held roles in financial consulting and M&A advisory. Mark received his B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University in 1999.
Rob Fox became Terra Millennium Corporation (TMC)’s General Counsel in early 2020.
Rob’s responsibilities include all risk management and legal activities for TMC and its two largest subsidiaries. Recently, he was honored with Utah Business magazine’s Corporate Counsel award.
Rob started his TMC career in 2008 as Brahma Group Inc.’s General Counsel and Director of Risk Management. In 2012, Rob was promoted to Brahma operations as a Vice President. Rob’s projects have been recognized by the most prestigious names in the industry, including ENR’s “Best Industrial Project” and its coveted “Excellence in Safety - Best Project” Award. Additionally, Rob invented the nationally recognized mobile safety app which is now used throughout TMC’s subsidiaries as well as by other industrial companies.
In 2016, Rob moved to JTTHORPE, TMC’s largest subsidiary, as its Vice President and General Counsel. There along with his JTTHORPE duties he built the framework many of the TMC and its subsidiary’s core policies. Rob has also structured numerous mergers and acquisitions to further JTTHORPE and TMC’s robust growth.
Rob received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2003, where he served as an editor on the Nevada Law Review. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Utah.
Rob worked for the national law firm of Holland & Hart, LLP, prior to beginning his career at TMC.