Paul Smith joins APSI as Field Manager at our California Correctional Institution project in Tehachapi, CA. Paul is a seasoned and reliable construction project manager with over 30 years of comprehensive experience in all aspects of Bio-Pharmaceutical, Higher Education, Commercial, Power, State and Federal construction.
Members of the APSI Family helped package and deliver baskets of Thanksgiving meals to families in need this past Sunday in support of To The House Foundation, Inc. To The House Foundation Inc. was founded by our very own Ernie Narbona and has been delivering Thanksgiving baskets to families in need in the Los Angeles area for 6 years.
Izo Wellichinda joins us as a Project Engineer on our California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Correctional Institution project in Wasco, CA. In his most recent role, Izo directly supported the construction management team and served as the primary point of contact between the field and office. Welcome aboard Izo!
Joelle Solorzano joins APSI on our Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) project with more than 17 years of experience in the construction and engineering industries. She dedicates herself to cultivating and maintaining positive relationships with the team and will make an excellent addition to the team. Welcome aboard Joelle!
Scott Battles, RA, CCM, LEED GA, joins APSI as Senior Construction Manager at our California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Healthcare Facilities Improvement Program in Kern County, CA. Scott served in the US Air Force for over 20 years and has in-depth knowledge of planning, design, and construction processes.
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.