Vincent Pocino
Vice President

Vince joined Eagle Construction Services, Inc. in 1992 as a Partner and Vice President. He serves as Chief Estimator, Project Manager and Contract Administrator for Eagle Construction Services, Inc. Vince’s extensive construction experience includes coordinating design/build activities and developing project execution strategies.

Vince received his Aerospace Engineering at Boston University in 1984 and his M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Dayton in 1987.

Vince served four years active duty with the U.S. Air Force and separated as a Captain in 1988. During his tour, he successfully managed up to twenty five junior officers, enlisted personnel and served as lead logistics engineer on F-15 and F-16 turbine engine reliability and maintainability studies.

Upon separation from the military, he was hired by G & C Enterprises, Inc. as on-site Field Engineer on the Water System Improvements Project at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. The project consisted of the installation of five miles of water distribution mains as well as the construction of three pumping stations two of which were located in the Delaware River and required the construction of complex cofferdam structures.

Vince was promoted to Project Manager in August 1991. While maintaining the same responsibilities as the project engineer, Vince took on the added responsibilities of project manager which included review of shop drawings from vendors and subcontractors, oversight of design effort on cofferdam structures and providing cash flow analyses and cash forecasts to upper management.

After a successful completion of the above project, Vince was appointed Project Manager for the following projects:

Design/Build Ft. Myer Commissary located in Arlington, V.A. Design/build construction of 72,000 square foot food store including caisson foundation and suspended floor slab.

* Construction of Jet Fuel Complex for the Maine Air National Guard
Located at Bangor International Airport, Bangor, M.E.

* Construction of two ten thousand barrel jet fuel tanks, pump house building and associated fuel equipment, motor control center, access roads, POL building, and high voltage aerial distribution lines.