Fabricio manages and designs according to his clients’ style and utilizes a team that is eager to learn and build on that vision. He believes that “each client creates a new challenge and opportunity to shape an environment, reflect their goals, and highlight their brand in an amazing space”.
Experienced as a ground-up Project Manager and Designer, Fabricio’s on-the-spot problem solving makes him a valuable resource to every client. He believes in frequent client interaction and feels that open communication will result in a notable project and satisfied clients. According to Fabricio, “It’s about personal contact, beginning each day as a collaborative effort and sorting collected information into usable data”. Fabricio’s work on the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology helped the academic campus become certified as the world’s largest LEED project and the first in the Middle East to receive LEED Platinum certification.
Mr. Esquivel holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University Of Houston College Of Architecture.
Gary Halverson was named President, Drilling & Production Systems in October 2013. In October 2012, he was named Sr. Vice President of Cameron International. Most recently he held the position of President of Surface Systems since October, 2005.
Gary joined Cameron in 1978 and has held numerous management positions throughout his career in the U.S. and overseas. He served as Director of Sales and Marketing for Asia Pacific Middle East based in Singapore, General Manager of Latin America, Vice President and General Manager for the Western Hemisphere based in Houston.
Gary is a graduate of Odessa College. He serves as Chairman and Board of Directors of the Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association (PESA), also on the board of the general committee of special programs (GCSP), American Petroleum Institute (API), Well Control Institute (WCI) and U.S. delegate to the World Petroleum Congress (WPC).
Mr. Esquivel has over 22 years of significant Strategic Planning, Architecture, Interior Architecture, Project Management and Operations experience. He brings the working knowledge of large workplace consolidations, mergers, +1m square foot projects, mega project delivery and administration, and global operation/business understandings. Prior to Laminin Mr. Esquivel was Vice President and Senior Project Manager with Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK). During his tenure at HOK, he was the Assistant Project Director and Operational Manager for the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), worked to develop the Preferred Partner Network, supported the Middle East and Africa Operations Team, and globally assisted Project Management Strategies. Prior to HOK, Mr. Esquivel lead project teams for PDR Corp.
Mr. Esquivel holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University Of Houston College Of Architecture, is a licensed Architect in the State of Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, New York, Colorado, Oklahoma and is a LEED Green Associate.
Mr. Stevens founded Wellington Development Company in 2002. Mr. Stevens is responsible for its overall operation and management of investment and development of real estate assets. Mr. Stevens has leased, financed, managed and owed industrial, office, and retail assets since 1985. Projects include assets in both public and private sectors.
Prior to forming Wellington Development, Mr. Stevens began his career with Redd Construction. He then spent 17 years, beginnings a leasing agent and then becoming a principal, with Amelang Partners, Inc. Mr. Stevens specialized in office, medical and industrial development. He was responsible for the development and/or leasing of over 1.5 million square feet.
Mr. Stevens graduated from Auburn University in 1982 in civil engineering. He has served on the Houston board of directors of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, A member of the Texas Economic Council. He serves on the boards of the Annunciation Orthodox School, the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, and the Trotter YMAC.