Brian has 20+ years of experience as an Aviation Professional.

Brian specializes in aircraft maintenance programs, engineering, reliability, records, planning, and information technology. He successfully leads extensive projects at major airlines and operators for optimization of maintenance programs, entry into service of new aircraft types, change management of entire technical operations departments and numerous other endeavors.

Brian works throughout the US, Europe and South America on projects with OEM’s, airlines, MRO’s and suppliers to provide the necessary expertise and best practices that have effectively enacted changes and provide efficient savings. His background working for OEM’s and airlines provides him with the real world experience necessary to understand the intricacies of his clients and provide insight that is truly cognizant of their needs.

Brian has experience with operations of every aircraft type from the A380 to the CRJ200 and works with all MRO IT systems from AMOS to Ultramain.  This and his Six Sigma certification allow him to provide a broad reaching outlook to each client.

Prior to joining Oliver Wyman CAVOK, Brian:

  • Started a technical services business unit to provide consulting maintenance programs, reliability, and aircraft transaction support at a large MRO.
  • Led an extensive team of technical professionals in engineering, reliability, maintenance programs and technical support for a major US passenger carrier.
  • Provided domestic and international liaison engineering design services for a large cargo operator of narrowbody and widebody aircraft.
  • Supported the design, manufacture, planning and scheduling of the interiors manufacturing line for a large transport aircraft manufacturer.

Brian is currently a FAA Designated Engineering Representative (DER – Structures)  and has approved hundreds of structural repairs on an assortment of aircraft types.  He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and is a licensed Professional Engineer.