Joseph LaRocco CPMM
Joseph LaRocco CPMM, Executive Vice President of Operations. Mr. LaRocco has recently left his Senior Management position of Facilities Manager of Pennsylvania Station NYC, West Side Yard, and East Side Access-Grand Central Terminal. For the past 23 years, Mr. LaRocco has developed maintenance procedures for the smooth operation of the world’s largest commuter railroad hub. In addition, Mr. LaRocco was responsible for producing work schedules, budgets, forecasting, work orders, and inventory control to uphold the 2 million square foot terminal, 12 miles of tunnels and 27-acre maintenance and repair facility. Mr. LaRocco served as liaison between Long Island Rail Road, N.J. Transit Rail Road and Amtrak Rail Road to coordinate the projects at hand, entailing a $680 million Life Safety Project, rehabilitation of the Fire Stand Pipe System in the East River Tunnels, replacement of the 3rd rail traction power, signaling system, and various other projects.
Mr. LaRocco has been involved with Homeland Security, Office of Emergency Management, and many other critical agencies in order to ensure the safety of the daily commuters. Mr. LaRocco has been involved with investment properties for the last 10 years from complete home renovations to property management. He was a critical part of the $280 million renovation of Penn Station Terminal in the heart of New York City.
Mr. LaRocco got involved with the rebuilding of Mississippi when, after Katrina hit, he left his job for two weeks to volunteer in assisting with the cleanup. He is Executive Director of the AFE Relief Fund, which raises funds for those in need.
Mr. LaRocco lead a team of 9 inspectors overseeing $2 Billion Eastside Access project consisting of two Tunnels going from Long Island to under the east river to Grand Central Train Station consisting of entire Train Catenary relocation , 13.2.kva and entire install DC sub station
Mr. LaRocco currently worked for Related Developers holding a position Sr. PM Construction / Design of Hudson Yards project , the largest real-estate project in the Northern Hemisphere. Consisting of 20 million sq.ft. of retail and residential space. When complete will be a 20 Billion dollar project.
Mr. LaRocco currently is President / Chairman Association Facilities Engineering National (International), holding the current position President Chapter 80 New York City region .
The SIPS international methodology is a natural for reservations—low cost readily available materials using local labor to assemble.
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
CAROL L. MOSELEY, Board Member
Carol L. Moseley is President of CTM Automated Systems, Inc., Sterling, Virginia. CTM is a Woman-Owned, Native American Corporation, graduated 8A, founded in 1989.
There were very few Native American companies in the D.C. region in1989. The Tribal companies were not in business in large numbers until a few years later. CTM continued to sell hardware and added software development and engineering services. Commodities became part of our business a few years later. We added petroleum in 2016.
Working with Tribal companies has been very high on our list. We sold thousands of computers to tribes and Bureau of Indian Affairs as they began to enter into the technology market.
Having lived in Europe and the Middle East (three years each), we have a great deal of experience in export.
It will be a pleasure to continue working with tribes and others who need housing quickly that will absorb the shocks of hurricanes, earthquakes and floods. The SIPSinternational methodology is a natural for reservations—low cost readily available materials using local labor to assemble. Housing that can be designed for the space available and consume 70% less energy for heating and cooling will be a joy for families who need both temporary and long term living accommodations. SIPSinternational is also the answer to crowded, deteriorating or damaged school rooms.
I look forward to working with Mr. LaRocco.