Daniel Fowler Business Development Manager
Daniel Fowler is Business Development Manager at Beacon Economics. Mr. Fowler is responsible for managing the firm’s proposal processes, which includes playing a key role in creating and facilitating business development strategies for a variety of client segments and product offerings.
Prior to joining Beacon Economics, Mr. Fowler worked as a Structural Steel Specialist for the American Institute of Steel Construction, acting as the local representative for the domestic steel industry. He was responsible for communicating and promoting key industry updates and milestones, consulting with project teams on various steel-based construction solutions, and delivering AIA-accredited presentations to a wide variety of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction firms across the county. During is tenure he was a member of the Structural Engineering Association of Southern California and active on the Steel and the Diversity & Inclusion committees. He was also on the Resilience Committee of the National Council of Structural Engineers Association.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Fowler helped launch the Boston Branch of Fenagh Engineering and Testing, where he worked on numerous public and private construction projects, including Encore Boston Harbor, One Dalton Street, and Nantucket Intermediate School. As the first local employee, he helped grow the company to 35 employees within four years.
Mr. Fowler holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Colby College.
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