Brent Bueche has more than 20 years of experience in architecture, master planning and project management. After graduating from Louisiana State University with a degree in Architecture, he developed his skills as a Project Manager and Project Architect with several respected architectural firms in the Baton Rouge area.
He has successfully managed hundreds of projects valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars throughout the United States. Projects have ranged from office buildings renovations to major national building programs.
Brent is proud of the fact that most of Blue Marble's business is repeat work from satisfied clients; he attributes that loyalty to his insistence on maintaining high standards for the work produced by Blue Marble staff as well as the consultants who work with the firm.
He is a Licensed Architect in many states through the southern and central US and a member of the International Building Code Council. A native of New Roads, Louisiana, he and his wife, Karen live in Baton Rouge with their daughter Emily.
Prior to joining Blue Marble, Scot was director of economic development for Pointe Coupee parish for four years. He is a certified Louisiana economic developer, a program administered by LSU executive education. He serves as chair of the professional development committee for this program with LSU and LIDEA (Louisiana Economic Development Executives Association), Louisiana's statewide organization for economic development.
Scot also serves on the Pointe Coupee parish planning and zoning commission. He is a state commissioner for the Zachary Taylor Parkway commission and a board member of the region 20 workforce board for the Louisiana Workforce Commission. Scot also serves on other boards and committees.
Scot was a finance manager and sales manager for a Fortune 1000 company, Snap-on Tools, for 25 years in Memphis, Chicago, Cleveland, and finally moving to Baton Rouge in 1999. He served as the Total Quality Initiative (TQI) manager and EEOC compliance officer for the Chicago region during his time as finance manager. Scot spent much of his career in sales management, as a district and regional sales manager, teaching Snap-on franchise owners how to be successful in business. Scot retired from Snap-on in 2007.
As a small business owner, Scot has also owned a construction firm principally engaged in apartment renovations and two award winning RadioShack franchises, located in New Roads and Plaquemine, Lousiana.