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    • Who is Brenco? Brenco Industrial Services LLC is a Dallas-based, commercial and industrial construction company. Our specialties include general construction, construction management, interior and exterior renovations, commercial and industrial remodeling, custom fabrication and manufacturing, electrical services, energy concepts and savings.  The corporate offices are located on a 14 acre campus with 9 buildings that include a manufacturing facility.   Brenco also has offices in Denver, CO and Sacramento, CA. Following our “Whole Project Design” approach, our project managers arrange and conduct multi-disciplinary, integrated building design collaborations involving all parties including owner representatives, project/program management, engineering/design, manufacturing/fabrication, self-performed construction teams, jobsite supervisors, contracting personnel, production planners, task schedulers, quality control personnel, risk managers and other stake holders.   We self-perform much of our work and will tailor our services to your individual needs which include design support, preliminary budgeting, resource and logistics planning, scope management, project scheduling, project administration, and supervision. Brenco is an SBA(8)A, Native American, Small Disadvantaged Business and is certified through National Minority Supplier Development Council, North Texas Regional Certification Association and the Texas HUB Program.
    • Brenco Vision Brenco Approach Brenco was founded with a philosophy based on “providing the highest quality of services and support to our customers.” Since the inception of the company, Brenco has gained experience of being a Prime or Subcontractor on major projects. This experience has enabled Brenco to assemble a multi disciplined team to enhance the value we provide to our customers without sacrificing safety, quality and environmental attributes associated with the project. Our in depth knowledge of the design build component of the construction industry is attributed to the teaming arrangements in place with various Architectural and Engineering firms. Through these ventures, we have significant relevant experience at the federal, state and local government level on various projects. The superior technical skills of the staff are just one more thing that set us apart from our competitors. Brenco has reorganized into three industrial sectors, Industrial Services, General Construction and Energy Solutions. Following our “Whole Building Design” approach our project managers arrange and conduct multi-disciplinary, integrated building design workshops, involving all affected parties including owner representatives, project/program management, engineering/design, manufacturing/fabrication, self-performed construction teams, jobsite supervisors, contracting personnel, legal counsel, real estate professionals, production planners, task schedulers, quality control personnel, risk managers and other project stake holders.
    • PROFILE Identity Brenco Industrial Services LLC, is a provider of general construction, custom manufacturing and efficient energy solution services for a variety of public and private sector clients. Brenco is the only company of its kind in the United States owned by a Native American. Management Group Steve Cardwell Brenda Cardwell Mark Macko Dennis Patchakos Rick Westgaard Jessie Marquez President/CEO Vice President/CFO Controller Vice President/Construction Services Operations Manager Master Electrician Trade Area Lower 48 states Office Facilities 2929 Mican Drive, Dallas, TX 75235 952 Logan Dr, Denver, CO 80201 915 L Street #C, Sacramento, CA 95814
    • PROFILE
      • 236115 Modular House Assembly on-site by General Contractor
      • 236210 Industrial Building Construction
      • 236220 Commercial and Institutional Construction
      • 237130 Power & Communication Line & Related Line Structures Construction
      • 238210 Electrical Contractors and other Wiring Contractors
      • 238220 Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors
      • 238160 Roof Coating
      • 321991 Wood product mfg, manufactured homes
      • 325510 Paint and Coating Manufacturing
      • 335122 Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Lighting Manufacturing
      • 335311 Power Distribution and Specialty Manufacturing
      • 541330 Engineering Services
      • 541490 Other Specialized Design Services
      • 811118 Other Automotive Mechanical, Electrical Repair and Maintenance
      • 811310 Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and
      • Maintenance
      • 423610 - Lighting Fixtures, Electric Merchant Wholesaler, Transformers Merchant Wholesaler
      • 424690 - Oil & Chemical Additives Merchant Wholesaler
      • 424720 - Lubricating Oils Merchant Wholesaler
      • 238210 - Electrical Contracting
      • 541690 - Energy Consulting Services
      • 541614 - Physical Distribution Consulting Services
      N A C I S Codes
    • Traction Power Sub Stations Partnered with Siemens Transportation, to design and build 23 Traction Power Substations for Dallas Area Rapid Transit Light Rail. Construction of these substations included steel fabrication, sandblasting, powder coating, foam insulation, as well as electrical installation and climate control. Green Line Phase of project is currently complete and met on schedule and budget. Cost of this was $7,200,000.00. Addendum to original contract for 14 additional Traction Power Substations was made and is currently beginning production. The cost of the additional substations is $4,100,000.00. Scope of Work Project Owner Point of Contact Phone Number Seimens Transportation Udo Schmalfuss, Project Manager (503)675-3630
    • Brenco was contracted to do an electrical analysis on the B-2 Bomber Hangar at a price of $8,500.00. Results were recently submitted in a $1.5 Million upgrade for the facility. Funds are currently being sought to complete this project and bring it up to code. Tinker Air Force Base Scope of Work Project Owner Point of Contact Phone Number United States Air Force Shoun Thomas, DAF, Bomber Engineering Team Lead (405) 734-4215
    • Brenco performed repairs and renovations to a laboratory testing facility. Tasks performed included concrete and masonry repair, demolition, office and warehouse remodel and equipment installation. The estimated value of this contract is $97,000.00. Fritz Industries Scope of Work Project Owner Point of Contact Phone Number Fritz Industries Jimmy Nelson, Purchasing (972)285-5471
    • OTHER PROJECTS
      • Project Owner
      • Scope of Work
      Texas A&M University –College Station, TX Worked in Mentor protégé agreement with Trevino Mechanical Contractors, in a Central Utility Plant upgrade. Removed 9,000 ton absorption chiller system as well as the concrete floor and reinstalled the new structural steel and new concrete pan deck. There was installation of 10,500 tons of new compressor type chillers and installation of new concrete pier based transformer pad. We also built a new chiller control electrical room. This was a project via IDIQ that totaled $700,000.00 Project Owner Scope of Work Texas A&M University – Commerce, TX This was a subcontract partnership in the Mentor protégé agreement with Trevino Mechanical Contractors. The scope of work included retrofitting 4 chillers to upgrade a 12 story dormitory facility. The cost of this project was $550,000.00
    • 1990 – May, 2001 Brenco Enterprises Sole Proprietor May, 2001 – Present: Brenco Industrial Services LLC President/CEO Steve Cardwell, President/CEO Membership and Associations Professional Experience Key Project Experience Senior Management Team Senior Management Team Association of American Building Contractors American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Texas American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma D/FW Minority Business Development council D/FW Native American Chamber of Commerce Native American Business Alliance Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hispanic Contractors Association National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development Native Contractors Association North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency QUOIN Rocky Mountain American Indian Chamber of Commerce US Green Building Council Siemens Transportation Division, Dallas TX – Build 37 power substation for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit System Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK – Electrical Analysis of B-2 Bomber Hanger Fritz Industries, Dallas TX – Multiple projects over the last 10 years Mid Continental Restoration, Dallas TX – reinforced structural steel in 22 story building Texas A&M, College Station, TX – Removal 9,000 ton chiller system, installation of strictly steel , concrete pan deck and 10,500 ton new chillers Texas A&M, Commerce, TX – 4 Chiller upgrades for 12 story building
    • Brenda Cardwell, Vice President/CFO Education Membership and Associations Professional Experience Key Project Experience Senior Management Team 2001-Present Brenco Industrial Services, L.L.C. Vice President 1998-2000 Deloitte Consulting Administrative Assistant to Partner in Charge of Consulting Accounting Degree, Southwest Oklahoma University Association of American Building Contractors American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Texas American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma D/FW Minority Business Development Council D/FW Native American Chamber of Commerce Native American Business Alliance Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Hispanic Contractors Association National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development Native Contractors Association North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency QUOIN Rocky Mountain American Indian Chamber of Commerce US Green Building Council Siemens Transportation Division, Dallas TX – Build 37 power substation for the Dallas Area Rapid Transit System Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK – Electrical Analysis of B-2 Bomber Hanger Fritz Industries, Dallas TX – Multiple projects over the last 10 years Mid Continental Restoration, Dallas TX – reinforced structural steel in 22 story building Texas A&M, College Station, TX – Removal 9,000 ton chiller system, installation of strictly steel , concrete pan deck and 10,500 ton new chillers Texas A&M, Commerce, TX – 4 Chiller upgrades for 12 story building
    • Dennis Patchakos, Vice President/Construction Services Education Membership and Associations Professional Experience Key Project Experience Senior Management Team Senior Management Team Sept 2009 – Present Brenco Industrial Services, Inc. Vice President/Construction Services July 2004 – Sept 2009 Key Construction, Inc. Sr Project Mgr/Sr Executive March 2000 – July 2004 E.L. Bailey & Co – Director of Construction June 2000 – April 2001 R.A.J. - Project Executive/Bond Prog Mgr January 1990 – November 1999 Linden Corp., Inc. - Sr Project Mgr Bachelor of Science Degree,Central Michigan University LEED-AP Post-graduate Construction specialty training CEIA Certified in Quest Estimating for Contractors OSHA 30 Hour Safety Mold Remediation and Abatement Certificate Chief Executive Boards Networking Group Construction Estimating Institute of America Boy Scouts of America (Den Leader) Association of General Contractors Sinai Hospital, Detroit MI Cottage Hospital, Grosse Pt MI Wayne County Community College Renaissance High School, Detroit MI Hickory Ridge Pavilion, Memphis, TN Jackson Crossing Mall, JacksonMI