Cecil Brown recently joined APSI as a Project Manager to focus on facility assessment for our Department of Labor Job Corps Program. Cecil has over 20 years of experience, including projects with the Department of Justice and Department of State. Welcome aboard Cecil!
Check out these great shots of the interior of our recently completed new Federal Courthouse in Mobile, Alabama! Jason Middlebrook’s creation of eight larger than life glass mosaics compliment the architect’s classical design.
We’re excited to welcome on board a new member to the APSI family: Richard Kaufman. Rich joins us as Director of Federal Programs with over 25 years of experience in all aspects of Business Development. Throughout his career, he has successfully led pursuits by driving sales and developing relationships with new and existing clients. Welcome aboard Rich!
APSI was proud to attend the dedication of the United States Courthouse for the Southern District of Alabama in Mobile. The new Alabama limestone clad building provides an additional 158,000 square feet of court facilities with enhanced security, circulation and infrastructure. APSI provided project construction management for the design, construction and commissioning phases of this design-build project.
Kevin Chen, RA, NCARB, recently joined APSI as a Construction Manager on our Norwalk Metropolitan Hospital project. Kevin has more than 10 years of experience working in the design and construction industry and is a strong forward-thinking individual. Welcome aboard Kevin!
Michael joins APSI as Project Engineer on our Elk Grove Animal Shelter project. He is detail-oriented and highly motivated with a solid track record of successfully coordinating and maintaining construction projects. Michael also served seven months in Afghanistan and was honorably discharged in 2016. Welcome aboard Michael!
Come join Team APSI at Disneyland for the CHOC Walk in the Park! The characters will be out along the course cheering you on. To register or donate, please visit the following link: https://www.chocwalk.org/teamapsi.
Over its 28-year history, the annual event has raised more than $32 million for CHOC Children’s and CHOC at Mission Hospital. The 5k event also has the distinction of being the largest and most unique pediatric fundraiser in the nation.