Management Team

Bart Moore

With 35 years of acoustical building products expertise, he is the founder of Fabric Wallcraft and has successfully operated the company since 1979. Under Bart’s leadership, Fabric Wallcraft quickly became and remains a top-performing dealer/installation company of the FabriTRAK, Barrisol and Murano Acoustics systems the industry's-leading acoustical stretch fabric manufacturers and wood acoustical panel manufacturer. In 1989 Bart founded the Bartley Group Inc. in order to have the ability to appoint other local dealers for the above products as well as establish a local distribution point for the products that Fabric Wallcraft installs. In 2009 the Bartley Group Inc. was awarded the exclusive rights to market the Murano Acoustics product line in the USA. Prior to launching his own business, Bart was the National Customer Service Manager for Court Casuals, a tennis apparel manufacturer, where he honed his deep commitment to the customer. Bart began his career of service when he joined the United States Marine Corps in 1965 and served with pride for three years. He continues to serve his community by dedicating his time and talent to several local causes including serving as a Board Member/Finance Chairman of the San Juan Capistrano Historical Society.

Erik Hile

Erik is a licensed California contractor who has ten years of experience as a Senior Estimator/Project Manager in the Architectural Acoustics industry. He works closely with Designers and Architects, collaborating on improving the aesthetics and acoustics of both residential and commercial spaces. Previously, Erik worked for eight years as a Faux Painter/Set Design Manager where he honed his creative skills and mastered his attention to details.

Greg Sosbee

In his thirty-five plus years of international financial and risk management experience, Greg has established himself as a proven customer oriented c-level manager. Greg was among the first practitioners to advance the concept of proactive corporate governance that stresses active management involvement in stakeholder value/investor relations issues. His enterprise risk and corporate governance research has proven to be some of the earliest concrete research into providing a company with a competitive advantage in the marketplace as well as protecting stakeholder value. These concepts were proven in practice with Greg’s involvement in turning around a failed and in bankruptcy business into a sizable corporate contributor within 18 months. Utilizing his postgraduate international management skills, Greg was able to forge an international coalition of diverse (and often competitive) firms into a cohesive team that produced one of the most effective business units at an international Fortune 50 corporation.