Marc Pacino, CEO
Mr. Pacino has worked in the Federal Contracting arena for 32 years and with his former firms, (which include: EnviroVision Design Construction, EnviroVision Environmental Services and Aztec Design Engineering) has facilitated the acquisition of over $850 million in awarded contracts, both sole source, as well as set aside opportunities. Mr. Pacino’s exceptional knowledge in Federal Contracting allows him the ability to recognize a client’s “immediate needs” and has given Marc an unparalleled reputation in the Federal Contracting Arena. Creating and maintaining relationships is one of Mr. Pacino’s strengths. In the Federal sector a firms relationships are one of the most important factors in the contract procurement process. As Mr. Pacino stated “If you can’t get in the door to meet with the contracting officers, or they do not know you on some level your success in getting the contract is almost impossible”. Pacino’s access to senior contracting officers and construction directorates from various federal entities has been shown repeatedly.
Marc Pacino started his federal career back in 1972 after serving two tours in Viet-Nam with the Americal Division’s 198th Lt Infantry Brigade-Chu-Lai, South Viet-Nam. While overseas Mr. Pacino was recruited by the US Army Engineering & Construction CE, US Army Support Thailand USURSUPTHAI-(United States Army Support, Thailand).Construction-Civil Division.
Assigned to: 809th Engineer Battalion & Civil Engineering Group/234th Engineering Battalion
Position: Asst. Chief of Contracting/Civil Construction
Civil-Construction, Base Operations Contracting Division. His position started as contracting specialist leading to a full senior contracting officer positions.
Upon completion of overseas duty Mr. Pacino, developed EnviroVision Environmental Services, Inc, and Madrid Engineering, Inc. Within one year Mr. Pacino assisted in the development of it’s sister company Aztec Environmental Remediation, Inc. which was an “Emergency Spill Response” municipal, and hazardous waste remediation" firm focusing on federal, state, and municipal service contracts.
After performing services in the Midwest (Chicago), NY, and the SE regions of the US, Mr. Pacino decided to focus entirely in the federal contracting arena. This was brought about by the SBA Small Business Programs, and the DOD Mentor-Protégé system, as well as the Department of Defense’s federal contracting division taking an extremely strong interest in Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). In 2005 many of the federal military agencies such as Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), USACE (US Army Corps of Engineers), USAF, AFCEE, and many of the federal contracting agencies have started to focus on new Base Realignment and Closure Programs (BRAC) which specifically utilizes minority set aside contractors, and specifically Service Disabled Veterans to fulfill their Affirmative Action percentage quotas. The SDV contractor stands at the very top of the selection board due to the extensive lobbying that the Dept of VA has performed over the past three years.
A/E Design Build Construction & Engineering Services/ Vertical/Horizontal
Roofing: EPDM, Modified Bitumen, Durolast, APP Roofing Systems etc.)
Standing steel seam roofing systems
DOD Defense Logistics Solutions
Airport Runway paving-ILS Lighting, Aerial GPS Transponder Strip Auto Lighting Systems-“White” paving of high density Concrete paving
Education and Experience
Thomassat University, Bangkok, Thailand. 1/1969-2/1970.
This program was developed through the US Army Ed. Program while stationed in Thailand.
US Army Construction Support (USACSP) construction on-site mgr. Sattahip AFB, Thailand
1-03-70: US Army Engineering & Construction 313 Trans. CE US Army Support Thailand
2-12-71 to 4-02-72: Civil-Construction, Base Operations Contracting Division
Operations Liaison Officer-Kadena AFB 5-20-1972-8-18-1973- CE-Contracting Officer
NAVFAC Asst. Contracting Specialist Subic Bay, Philippines TDY (Tour of Duty) 13 months
We are currently evaluateing possible candidates for this position.
Rudolf (Rudy) Lancaster, Director of Construction Management
Mr. Lancaster possess 38 years of Construction Management experience. Throughout his career, he has performed construction tasks as a Journeyman, Construction Manager, Superintendent and Quality Control Manager on hundreds of facilities. He is a certified Contractor Quality Control Inspector by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. All phases of construction and architectural design have been supervised by Mr. Lancaster during his career. His responsibilities have consisted of city plan check clearance, inspections, scheduling of all sub-contractors, Civil Engineers, and Land Surveyors. The duties performed during this period include daily correspondence with city and state governmental agencies concerning final phases of each construction project. Handling change orders and change order specifications in relationship to architectural designs and financial disbursements. The conducting weekly Building & Safety Meetings on all site projects. Maintaining daily log books and photographs of each job site, documentation loges as instructed. As Superintendent, with all employers, responsibilities were to construct, plan, and supervise each project to necessary codes and regulations. Handling all legal aspects of each project per contract specifications and met contracted deadlines.
Rudy has experience in dealing with the day-to-day administration of labor, materials and tradesman scheduling. Final phases of all projects to work with all local and state officials in assisting owners to obtain occupancy and bring smooth closure to each project.
Education and Training
Licensed General Contractor B - State of Calif. Contractors Exam / Licensed 1988.
Certified CQC Army Corps of Engineers 2004
Certified CPR & Safety-Red Cross – 30 hours
OSHA Safety Training
Apprenticeship Program Graduate / Journeyman
· March Air Force / Simulator C-17 Building & Grounding ROID Project
· Navy Hospital / Balboa / Doors and frame project
· Forestry Jobs / Big Sur, Frasier Park and Santa Maria – Campground
· Marine Reserve / Long Beach – Parachute training site/Locker room improvements –
· Terminal Island / Long Beach – sewer lines, storm drains, gas lines, water lines and
· West Los Angeles / Piping project – private residence
· San Bernardino College – Piping project
· Brea Junior High – Piping project
· Henry Mayo – Piping project
· March Air Force – Building 2327 – T. I. Improvements
· Miramar Marine Base – Walk-in freezer project
· Fontana Railroad job – Piping, catch basins, sewer lines, gas and water lines
· VA Loma Linda – Elevator job – rebuilt elevators, controls
· VA Loma Linda – Boiler Rebuild job (rebuild three boilers, new controls)
· VA Loma Linda / Vernacare – install new Vernacare units, plumbing, electrical
· Point Loma / Day Care – new alarm system
· Camp Pendleton / Commissary Entrance – remodeled
· Miramar / Installed new running track and new baking oven
· Seal Beach Naval Weapons / New storm drain lines, head