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I’ve been restoring or, should say trying to restore my ’71 Le Mans convertible.
I can’t wait for the day when I can put the top down, and drive my beautiful wife and three children around in it! One of the toughest things I’ve ever done is hike down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Now that my work is focused locally, I’ve had to find other ways to connect more broadly – with organizations like World Class Cities Partnership.
With them, I’ve travelled to different international cities, exploring the anatomy of innovation.
It was back in November, 2002 that he founded Commodore… I wanted to build something different…something employees could have a stake in…could share pride in.
You’ve always said that achieving “balance” in life is over-rated. I think we have to be successful carving out the time we really need to do what we really want to do. Their history of managing large, complex projects, including large office parks, restorations and commercial jobs, has strengthened and accelerated our combined growth. I’ve got 3 kids, all graduated from college – another reminder that I’m not a young gun anymore. Just the same way that I never quite feel like I’ve arrived – they haven’t arrived either – but I’m hopeful for all of us.
Joe has a degree in Civil Engineering from UMass Lowell and an MBA from Boston University. Martini, an executive at Macomber and later as a senior executive at Shawmut, before starting his own firm in 2002.
He joined the Navy after college and then pursued a career in the construction industry. In September, 2009, after twenty-eight years of military service concurrent with his civilian career, Joe retired as a Captain in the United States Navy Civil Engineer Corps.
I’d rather spend my energy developing my capacity, than limit myself by pursuing balance. I am reminded on a daily basis that it’s our employees’ commitment and dedication that have gotten us to where we are now and, more importantly, that’s paving the way for the future. I want to focus on making the people here successful.
I focus on what I can control in life – not so much on how big the pie is going to be – but how much we’re going to do with our piece. He built three industrial parks, complete with infrastructure and a railroad, on the New Mexico, Mexico and Texas border.
Current Industry and Community Involvement • Advisory Board, UMass Lowell Francis College of Engineering • Immediate Past Chairman, Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts • Chairman of the Board of Directors, New England Center for Homeless Veterans • Board of Directors, Navy Civil Engineer Corps/Seabee Historical Foundation • Board of Directors, The Village Bank, Newton Massachusetts • Chairman of the Board, Leading Cities James Apodaca is a Project Executive with construction in his DNA. Martini, where he spent 6 years as a Project Manager and ran Martini’s Miami office. He has managed the construction of three million square feet of concrete tilt up warehousing and manufacturing facilities.