Senior Project Field Personnel
Wanna meet someone who can tell you EPCOT’s building code from front-to-back? You’ve found your guy! AJ Campbell is no stranger to Walt Disney World projects, Nickelodeon projects, and other industry leader initiatives. As Senior Project Field Personnel for AOA, AJ is responsible for all things submitting, coordinating, and installing on those world-class projects. From luxury retail and restaurants at Disney Springs to marine-laden SeaWorld encounters, AJ is performance-driven, innovative, and, like the rest of his teammates, collaborative.
AJ has worked with AOA since the early days, starting on projects like Disney Springs’ Grapefruit garage, Reedy Creek Improvement District’s Casting building, and Disney Springs’ pedestrian bridges. AJ is no stranger to Walt Disney World projects: he can tell you the ins-and-outs of EPCOT’s building code, explain the fine details of the parking guidance system at Disney Springs’ Orange and Lime garages, and advise you on the best way to install electrical at a Disney Vacation Club resort. His Walt Disney World experience has given him a unique perspective on luxury resort development, E-ticket attraction design, and all the things inbetween. A lot of what Wes handles is about logistics: he focuses on those small details that relieve guest worries and create a truly convenient, magical place to be. From tracking day-to-day building progress to managing gaps within the design intent, AJ is a key part of connecting the small details to the big picture.
In prior capacity, AJ served as both Superintendent and Project Manager with Tri-City Electric. His electrical installation projects with Tri-City include the Ritz Carlton, Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, and the Nickelodeon Family Suites. Amidst attractions and resorts, AJ has been everything from a ditch digger to a project management executive. His unique experience in every step of a project’s lifecycle gives him on-the-job expertise and on-site insight: building code footnotes and all!