Title: Engineering Executive (Retired)
Location: Belle Isle, Florida, United States
Thomas Allen Carter has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in engineering.
An award-winning engineering executive, Mr. Carter is highly regarded in his field for his incredible contributions to the numerous facets of his career over five decades. Through his military service, he came to prominence as a professional with a hard work ethic, discipline and reliability. From 1954 to 1976, Mr. Carter was a master chief petty officer for the U.S. Navy, the ninth and highest enlisted rank. After completing his military service, he focused his efforts on the second phase of his career as an engineer. To prepare himself for this new venture, he earned a Bachelor of Arts from Jones College in 1980, followed by a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1982. In addition, he became a certified construction inspector to further support his budding new endeavor.
Retired since 2005, Mr. Carter concluded his illustrious career as an estimator for the Independent Mechanical Design Co., Inc., where he found success for nine years. Prior to that, he excelled in roles including chief engineer for D.A.M.S. Inc., secretary for the Blacando Development Corporation, and contract administrator for Red Lobster Restaurants. In addition, he spent two years in private practice as a consultant. Considered a leader in his field, he held memberships with the Fleet Reserve Association, the Armed Forces Top Enlisted Association, the Rafman Club of Orlando, the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans, the National Pinochle Association and the Navy Seabee Veterans of America. In recognition of his professional excellence in his career, Mr. Carter received an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. Looking ahead, Mr. Carter intends to continue enjoying his well-deserved retirement.
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