Terry Beaubois - CEO    •    Michael J. Tucker - President    •    Gregory R. Miller - CTO



Terry Beaubois

Since graduating from U of Michigan with a Master of Architecture degree in 1973, Terry’s career has engaged the application of advancing technology with Architecture. Terry has consulted with NASA, Apple, Adobe and many other Silicon Valley companies. Terry was architect of record of the San Francisco Ballet Association Building; has designed many single-­family homes; and has been involved in over 1 million square feet of buildings in Silicon Valley, including high-­tech facilities, offices and corporate headquarters buildings. 

Terry has been involved in a number of hotel/resort projects, including the Lowe’s Ventana Canyon Resort outside of Tucson, Arizona, often cited at the first eco-­resort in the U.S. 

From 1986 to ­2006 Terry was involved in applying advanced technology to architecture through his architectural firm Terry Beaubois & Associates and his internet-­based RDCinteractive, Inc. Working extensively with building product manufacturers and partnering with Hanley­Wood, RDCi created some the first websites in the AEC and pioneered the development of Building Industry product information in digital formats. 

In 2006, Terry founded and directed the Creative Research Lab at Montana State University, College of Arts & Architecture, and was MSU Project Director of the award­winning (USGBC Honor award)  REHAU­Montana ecoSMART House Project. Terry returned to the SF Bay Area in 2013, and was involved in the planning of the 2013 and 2014 AEC Hackathon events held at Facebook HQ. 

Terry has presented at numerous conferences and universities, national and international (Japan, Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Austria, India.). He is a Lecturer in the Stanford University CEE Sustainable Urban Design program. Current project include Smart Villages - India and a Smart House project to be built in Las Vegas.


Michael J. Tucker

Michael Tucker is an experienced media executive (print, digital publishing and internet) serving the construction industry for over 25 years.  As CEO, president and publisher, he has directed the development of new products that deliver vital information on construction related subjects to architects, contractors and homeowners. Tucker has extensive experience in the management of all aspects of the  media business including;  sales, marketing , content and distribution.

He is also an accomplished “team builder “ who can  assemble (and lead)  the right people to reach project objectives.  Tucker has also worked closely with the nation’s building product manufacturers  and associations at major trade shows  (IBS and AIA) as well as organizing conferences and presentations on the internet.

As CEO and partner at Restore Media LLC, Tucker managed media products in the traditional building market including Old House Journal, New Old House, Traditional Building, Period Homes as well as a  network of websites trade shows and educational conferences. Restore Media was sold to Active Interest Media.  

As a partner at Hanley Wood, LLC (September 1989 to August 1999), Tucker managed the company’s magazine division as president, creating several new publications - Residential Architect, Custom Home, Building Products, Big Builder and Pro Sales. Tucker also directed the team that launched the company’s many websites and interactive products including a Builder Buyers Guide  of  Building Products. The company was sold to Veronis Suhler Stevenson.

Before joining Hanley Wood, Tucker worked for Cahners Publishing ( Reed Elsevier) on many of  the company’s business titles including Professional  Builder. He is a graduate of the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver with a B.S.B.A  in business management.


Gregory R. Miller

As a technology officer for Restore Media, LLC from 2008 to 2013, Miller lead the integration of building industry information with computer and internet technology.  From 2012 to 2014, Miller was lead developer for Restoration Exchange, LLC and in charge of building dozens of ecommerce websites for building product manufacturers.

Greg brings a unique skill set to his work in this area.  In 1985, Greg graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Architectural Design and in 1987, he received a Master of Architecture from California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo.  At both institutions, Greg learned about programming computers and integrating their use into the AEC workflow.  From 1993 to 2003, Greg was CTO of RDC Interactive, a firm that pioneered the integration of the building industry with new media and internet technology.  He continues to blend the world of architecture and building products with technology in order to maximize client satisfaction and efficiency for Architects and related professionals.

Greg is experienced in web and custom application programming on a variety of platforms for a wide variety of clients.   Greg has designed product selection systems, configurators, custom applications, and ecommerce websites for companies such as Hamilton-Sinkler, Bendix, Price Pfister, Trus-Joist, Kohler, Apple Computer, SleepQuest, Whirlpool/Kitchenaid, Simpson Strong-Tie, Hanley-Wood and more. In addition, Greg is an Apple iOS authorized developer for the iPad and iPhone and can develop apps for Android as well.

Along with these technical efforts, Greg continues to keep his hand in a client-based architectural design service bringing knowledge of current homeowner desires and expectations to his work.  Greg is dedicated to synchronizing the world of architecture and building products with the computer world to provide better access to end-users.