ibs Managers

Paul Bell - Vice President, Mid-Atlantic 

Paul is responsible for ibs’ strategic growth, and oversees a management team responsible for day to day operations. Having built the company from the ground up over the last 30 years, Paul understands millwork inside and out. Paul is committed to ibs offering clients cutting-edge quality, progressive agility, and seamless service. In order to be the top millwork company in the Washington market, Paul

  • led ibs through the construction of a purpose-built facility (the largest of its kind in the area),
  • ensures that his employees are trained in the latest techniques and use of materials,
  • guides the ongoing improvements to the agile manufacturing project process
  • continually develops a strong leadership team


Mike Chambers - Estimating Manager

Mike is a 4th generation woodworker and is a graduate of the University of North Georgia with a degree in Accounting and Management.  Mr. Chambers owned his own business for 20 years before moving to the DC area to join ibs Millwork.  Over his 35 year career, Mike has performed all operations including bench mechanic, shop drawing preparation, estimating and project management.  His diverse background has provided him the foundation to understand what it takes to meet the needs of each and every customer.


Christian Voegtlin - Operations Manager

Christian started his career in the woodworking industry in 1975 and has worked in a variety of executive and management positions in both Europe and North America.  He holds a Swiss Master's Degree certification in Cabinetry/Architectural Woodwork and has worked for national and international companies serving in various roles including operational management, project management, fabrication, installation and process planning.  Joining the Company in 2018, Christian promotes the long standing values that he shares along with the ibs team - Craftsmanship/Agility/Diligence.


Rachel Dean - Office Operations Manager

Rachel began working in the construction industry at the age of 18. Prior to starting at ibs Millwork in 2012, her construction experience was in General Contracting. She has since gained experience in the Architectural Woodworking industry being an estimating coordinator, an assistant project manager and an executive assistant. Rachel's main role is to overlook our extensive finish submittal process and keep things flowing in the office.


Luciano Pusterla - Senior Project Manager

Luciano has been working in the woodworking industry for more than 30 years since coming to America from Italy in 1985.  He has been involved in fabrication, installation and project management and takes pride in making sure every project is done well and on time. Luciano wanted to join ibs because of the company's great reputation and has become an asset to the ibs team.  


Andrew Winterstine - Project Manager

Andrew approaches every ibs project with a sense of urgency.  His years of experience as shipping manager involved successful packaging, loading and delivering high cost millwork freight and has served him well in his new role as assistant project manager.  The architectural millwork industry moves at a fast rate and demands precision in all aspects.  By effectively managing projects in their initial stages and throughout the process to closing out, Andrew makes sure the ibs team is setup for success.  Andrew was recently promoted to Assistant Project Manager position and hopes to further his career as a project manager in the upcoming year.


Jon Barrett - Production Manager

Jon started his career as an apprentice making Shaker furniture when he was 13 years old.  At age 22, Jon received his degree in Wood Technology from West Virginia University and began working in the architectural millwork industry shortly afterwards. Jon has been involved in all phases of millwork production, with the last 24 years in production management. 


Patricia Brinkley - Receiving Manager

Ms. Brinkley started her career in business and accounting at the young age of 16 working for a family owned automotive business in Maryland.  She moved to Virginia in 1985 and worked as Office Manager/Bookkeeper for a large, national insulation company.  Patricia has been with ibs Millwork since 1992 and has assisted in many various facets of the Company. She ensures product is received and accounted for properly in her current role as Receiving Manager.


Sarah Berg - Field Manager

Sarah started her career in construction working as a laborer for a drywall company after completing 2 years of College in North Carolina. Shortly after, she began working for her uncle in Rockville, Maryland fabricating laminate counter tops and installing custom cabinets residentially. She pursued her interest in carpentry and decided to join the United Carpenters and Joiners of America as an apprentice. She graduated to a journeyman status upon completing the four-year program in 2007. She moved through the ranks quickly and became a foreman three years later. In 2013 she became the Installation Manager for ibs Millwork and was promoted to Director of Field Operations in 2016. Sarah’s project experience, knowledge and leadership have been a valued asset to the ibs Millwork team.


Chuck Neal - Finishing Manager

With almost 40 years of experience in the industry, Chuck Neal heads up the ibs Millwork finishing department. Chuck started his career at the age of 16 working in body shops and painting planes for the US Military. Growing up in Oklahoma, Chuck learned traditional building methods and grew to appreciate a high level of craftsmanship. Chuck has managed the IBS Millwork Finishing Department for a combined total of 5 years. At ibs Millwork, Chuck takes a lot of pride in completing a project and making sure it’s done to the highest quality standards possible. Paul Bell, CEO & Founder of IBS Millwork, has empowered Chuck to do the job right every time. Chuck has found fulfilment in his role because IBS Millwork is the top of the food chain with the highest level of millwork and the most talented finishing department in the area.