Meet Our Design and Construction Team
Since graduating from Texas State Tech in 1971 Dominick has participated in more than 2,000 projects, involving more than 1,500,000-square feet of laboratory construction and Technical Facilities. In 1991 Dominick became the founding shareholder of LCS Constructors, Inc. where he is President, Chief Executive Officer, and a member of the Board of Directors.
In 1971 Dominick moved to Houston where he was Project Manager / Vice President of Venture Residential a Custom home builder where he was responsible for operations including sales, estimating, construction management, and full Profit & Loss (P & L). In 1976 he became a Houston Independent Custom Home Builder until his move to Mechanical Specialties International of Houston in 1980. As Senior Project Manager, his primary responsibility was estimating and managing laboratory design and construction projects throughout the Gulf Coast area.
In 1983, Mechanical Specialties International named Dominick Vice President of its Western Region operations. Dominick was responsible for all laboratory design and construction throughout California, Nevada and Arizona, including full profit and loss (P&L) sales, estimating, project management, 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 office complex.
In 1987, Mechanical Specialties International named David Vice President. During the next three years David was responsible for the finance and administration for lab design and construction management services.
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 management services and real estate development industries.