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Mark Lane


Mark has worked at ISEC since 1981, and has been the Controller since 2000. Starting in the accounting department, he has held and performed many jobs, including Estimating, Purchasing Agent, Project Manager, and Operations Manager. He fully understands how ISEC performs in the construction industry.


  • Metropolitan State University of Denver – BS, Accounting and Business Management
  • Arapahoe Community College – AS, Accounting


  • Member of the Construction Financial Managers Association


  • OSHA 30
  • Implementing Winning Strategies, Columbia Business School Executive Education
  • Fostering Inclusion and Diversity, Yale School of Management Executive Education

“I have always believed that curiosity is a trait that all successful people and leaders have. Curiosity leads to learning new things and gaining new ideas that you may not have known or thought you knew. It also leads you to make better decisions and maybe change your mind. Be curious; find out how and why things work.”