On the April 11th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show, our guests were:
Duncan Fulton – President & CEO, Good, Fulton & Farrell
Mark Plummer – Chairman & Owner, Chestnut Exploration Companies
Duncan Fulton, President & CEO, Good, Fulton & Farrell
Duncan Fulton is co-founder, President and CEO of Good Fulton & Farrell, which was founded in 1982 and is currently ranked the #1 business firm in the United States by Architect magazine. Their staff of 106 offers architecture, interiors, planning and landscape architecture on a national and international basis.
Duncan’s architectural work is diverse, with a recent emphasis on corporate and cultural projects. His corporate work includes Pizza Hut’s World Headquarters, Nokia Americas Headquarters, Capital One’s North Texas Campus and regional headquarters for MedAssets and McAfee.
He has worked for many of Dallas’ most notable cultural institutions, including the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Dallas Zoo and the Dallas Arboretum. The Dallas Arts District has been a particular area of influence, where he has worked continuously since 2004 on a variety of projects.
Mark Plummer, Chairman & Owner, Chestnut Exploration Companies
In 1994, Mark Plummer founded Chestnut Exploration and Production, an independent oil and natural gas company. He later founded Chestnut Exploration Partners, a FINRA-registered broker dealer, and Chestnut Exploration, an energy and natural resource company that act as the general partner for production funds and the managing venture for drilling joint ventures.
He spent 13 years with Sun Oil Company holding multiple engineering positions and served as a production engineer for the Arkansas-Louisiana-Texas area; a senior engineer managing properties in the upper Gulf Coast; offshore operations, exploitation and completion engineer overseeing three major platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.
Most recently, Mark founded Chestnut Well Service, a well work over and completion company operating in the Southwestern United States.
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