Since graduating from Texas State
Tech in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering,
Dominick has participated in more than 2,000 projects, involving
more than 1,500,000-square feet of laboratory construction.
In 1991 Dominick became a founding shareholder of LCS Constructors,
Inc., where he is President, Chief Executive Officer, and a
member of the Board of Directors.
As Project Engineer at Royal Construction, Inc. in Abilene,
Texas from 1971 to 1975, Dominick oversaw all field construction
operations for Royal’s commercial and residential projects.
In 1975, he moved to Houston where he was Vice President of
Venture Development. For five years he was responsible for
operations including estimating, construction management, and
full Profit & Loss (P & L) until his move to Mechanical
Specialties International of Houston in 1980. As Senior Project
Manager, his primary responsibility was estimating and managing
laboratory construction projects throughout the Gulf Coast
In 1983, Mechanical Specialties International named Dominick
Vice President and General Manager of its Western Region operations.
Dominick was responsible for all laboratory construction throughout
Southern California, Nevada and Arizona, including estimating,
project management, accounting, and administration.
David joined LCS in 1994 after working
as a CPA for eighteen years. For the last eight years, David
has used that expertise as Vice President and the Chief Financial
and Administrative Officer for LCS.
A 1972 University of Texas graduate, David became the Executive
Vice President for Fuqua Development, a residential/commercial
development and construction firm in Houston. David managed
all finance, administration, and marketing operations for Fuqua,
and was responsible for land acquisitions, advertising, and
both interim and permanent financing.
After leaving Fuqua,
David moved to Mac Haik Enterprises (MHE), a commercial real
estate development and investment company, as the Vice President
of Finance, where he spent four years overseeing their finance
and administration. Under David’s supervision, MHE built
and managed over 1,000,000-square feet of commercial office
space. MHE also owned three auto dealerships, charted a new
Savings & Loan, and managed the fitness centers in the
In 1987, Mechanical Specialities International
named David Vice President. During the next three years David
was responsible for the finance and administration for this
design and laboratory facilities contractor.
In a departure
from the construction industry, David became the Vice President
and General Manager for the Enbee Company. In this role, David
was responsible for finance, administration, warehousing, and
marketing for the largest distributor of promotional products
in the Texas Gulf Coast market.
Leaving Enbee in 1994, David
returned to specialty construction as LCS’s Chief Financial
Officer and a principal shareholder. He now brings over twenty-five
years of experience in the construction and real estate development
Stephen A. Metzger,
Vice President of
Construction and General Manager California - Western U.S.
1991, Stephen has been Vice President and General Manager of
Division. During this time, Stephen has been responsible for
the management and administration of over 400,000 square feet
of laboratory and facility construction. Stephen is a founding
member of LCS, a shareholder, and a member of the Board of
Stephen began his career as a mechanical engineer with the
Bechtel Power Corporation. A Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
graduate of Clarkson University, he spent six years engineering
and installing the process equipment and support piping for
the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
In 1985, Stephen
spent four years as project manager with the University Mechanical
and Engineering Corporation in San Diego. In addition to project
management responsibilities, he served as coordinator between
the various trade unions.
As senior project manager for Mechanical
Specialties International, Stephen moved north to the San Juan
Capistrano area, where he was responsible for sales, estimation,
management, scheduling, and job cost controls for over 100
laboratory and facility projects.
Marc Scott ,
Vice President / Division Manager
Scott is Vice President and Division Manager of the LCS Texas
Division, bringing well over 30 years of design-build experience
to the LCS team overseeing safety, quality, production and
administration of design and construction throughout Texas
and the Gulf Coast region. With credentials in design, construction,
project management and administration spanning healthcare,
petrochemical, specialty chemical, utilities and commercial
construction industry sectors, Marc draws from a diverse background
when developing client solutions for LCS.
In addition to day-to-day operations of the Texas division,
Marc also oversees the LCS facility and laboratory service
and commissioning programs, and supports marketing and business
development activities. Most recently in healthcare as a Principal
Project Manager for MD Anderson Cancer Center, Marc’s career highlights also
include commercial general contracting as a Project Manager for
Brookstone Corporation, Assistant Construction Department Head
for SMC McEver, Inc., and Engineering Task Force Manager for
CDI Engineering Group. Marc’s responsibilities have included
safety, estimating and bidding, budgeting and cost control, contracts,
field production, and facility commissioning. He has also led
joint initiatives with owners, design teams and construction
forces on scope, scheduling, field implementation and resource
coordination. Marc’s project experience includes hundreds
of millions of dollars in healthcare renovation and expansion
work, laboratory design and construction, blast-resistant control
room design and construction, and petro-chemical production facility
Marc is a graduate of the University of Houston with a Bachelor
of Science in Construction Management. He is involved with various
associations including Who’s Who of Professional
Management, Outstanding Young Men in America, and the Design Build
Institute of America. Marc has also received the Associated General
Contractor’s APEX Award for Excellence in Construction.