Jack Tornquist Executive Vice President

Jack Tornquist

Executive Vice President


About Jack

Jack Tornquist has been with Lerch Bates since 1981. Mr. Tornquist is currently working in the Lerch Bates Global Support Center providing oversight and assistance to all Lerch Bates consultants for vertical transportation design and analysis. Previously, Jack worked for Schindler Elevator Corporation as District Manager in Seattle, WA, and for Otis Elevator Company as Sales Manager in Chicago, IL. He has over 40 years’ experience in the industry.

Areas of Expertise

Related Experience

  • Millennium Tower, Seattle, WA
  • All New Nordstrom Stores – Nationwide
  • 1700 Seventh Avenue, Seattle, WA
  • ODS Tower, Portland, OR
  • U.S. Courthouse, Seattle, WA
  • Oregon Convention Center, Portland, OR
  • Cancer Care Alliance Building, Seattle, WA
  • Pacific Place, Seattle, WA
  • Fox Tower, Portland, OR
  • Reebok World Headquarters, Canton, MA
  • Intel JF5, Hillsboro, OR
  • Westin Westminster, Westminster, CO
  • Westin Orlando, Orlando, FL
  • Amazon – Pacific Medical, Seattle, WA
  • KOMO Block, Seattle, WA
  • Two Union Square, Seattle, WA
  • WSCTC Original Building & Exp, Seattle, WA
  • Bellevue Place, Seattle, WA
  • Portland International Airport Expansion, Portland, OR
  • Microsoft St. Andrews, Pinehurst, and Troon, Redmond, WA


  • Lingang Business Park, Shanghai [3 low-rise buildings, 6-8 floors, 1 mid-rise building, 4 total buildings]
  • PNWP competition [twenty 40-80 level mixed use buildings. 600-meter building height]
  • Nationwide World HQ modernizations [12 double deck elevators – controls modernization, 18 gearless elevators – full controls and machine replacement]
  • Taipei Twin Towers [60+ story office towers (330-meter rise) and podium (200-meter rise). 200+ vertical transportation units.]
  • OSU Wexner Hospital [425 beds, 52 vertical transportation units]


Iowa State University
Bachelor of Arts, Architecture

Office Location

Global Support Center

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