George Seaman

Terminal Core Redevelopment Project Manager, Portland International Airport

George Seaman

Terminal Core Redevelopment Project Manager, Portland International Airport

Biography

George Seaman is Project Manager at the Port of Portland for the $2.15B Portland International Airport’s Terminal Core Redevelopment project. Over the past nineteen years, George has been project manager on a number of highly visible and complex Port projects including the Deicing System Enhancement, Replace Access Control System, and Exit Lane Implementation projects. George is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and his career has spanned the country. He previously worked for Davy McKee Corporation in Cleveland Ohio designing petrochemical facilities, and as facilities engineer and project manager in the semiconductor industry building fabs in East Fishkill, New York for IBM, then in Colorado Springs for Symbios Logic and LSI Logic. George moved to Oregon with LSI Logic in 2002 and joined the Port of Portland in 2005.