TO CREATE WORLD-RENOWNED PROJECTS THAT TURN CITIES AND COUNTRIES INTO DESTINATIONS,
BRING VALUE TO OUR CLIENTS, AND UNFORGETTABLE MEMORIES FOR OUR GUESTS.
At International Concept Management (ICM), we create unique destinations that inspire, educate, and entertain. ICM is a leading firm with broad capabilities and services ranging from design and engineering, construction management, operations, and development; specifically focused on themed attraction and aquarium industries.
Built with imagining minds, innovative technology, and conservationist ideals, an ICM-created project is stunning and spectacular, yet environmentally conscious and ecologically sound. With over two decades of experience and a project portfolio that spans over 20 countries, the ICM team is known not just for our great designs, but for our ability to execute projects worldwide with integrated solutions – from feasibility and concept design through building and environment construction.
At ICM, our projects are deep blue; our commitment green. While we approach every project with an eye toward the innovative, our unwavering respect for animal life – and the environment in general – always remain top of mind.
Roger Reynolds is the founder and CEO of ICM. Mr. Reynolds has 40+ years of experience in the design, manufacturing, and installation of acrylic and various products for the aquarium and scientific communities. Former founder and CEO of Reynolds Polymer Technology (RPT) for 25+ years, Mr. Reynolds built both ICM and RPT into globally renowned companies with their brands recognized as the leaders of innovation and quality in their fields. Mr. Reynolds was an animal science major at California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo, California.
Nathan Reynolds is the Chief Operating Officer and Director for ICM, with 15+ years of experience in finance and construction, specifically involving project management, cost control, business development, and operations. Mr. Reynolds started with ICM as a project manager, which still helps him today to visualize the entirety of a project from design through operations. Reynolds holds a B.S. from Chapman University in International Business and Finance.
Andrius Vengalis is Vice President of Operations with 20 years in the construction and aquarium industry. Mr. Vengalis is originally form Lithuania and graded from Kaunas Tech University with a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering & Project Management. His experience in the design and construction of marine and aquarium parks in regarded as one of the highest in the industry. Mr. Vengalis is also fluent in 3 languages; English, Lithuanian, and Russian.
Eric Mathewson is ICM’s Design & Specialty Director with 11 years of experience in the construction and aquarium industry. Mr. Mathewson handles all ICM related design and engineering coordination and is a top specialist for life support systems. He graded with honors from Stanford University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and minoring in Mechanical Engineering.
Peter DiGrazia is an active Board Member for ICM and has 35+ years experience in construction and business law. Peter previously worked for Reynolds Polymer Technology (RPT) as President and C.E.O. and has been a director at ICM since its inception. Mr. DiGrazia has helped grow ICM into a thriving organization recognized across the globe for creative designs and unique projects. Mr. DiGrazia holds a B.A. from State University of New York and a law degree from Pepperdine University.
With each new project, we aim to connect people with our natural world. These fundamental connections drive our design process and leave lasting impressions.
From the outset, we apply visionary thinking and sustainable practices to ensure our designs are conceptually creative and environmentally responsive.
It is our focus to place animals and coral in the best habitats possible. We believe when animals and reefs flourish that is when aquariums thrive.
“While we approach every project with an eye toward the innovative, our unwavering respect for marine life — and the environment in general — always remains top of mind.”