As president of 3C Construction, Humberto has seen his company grow to a formidable player in the construction scene in South Florida. Mr. Casariego is responsible for all the day-to-day operations at each project worksite.
Mr. Casariego graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Tulane University in May 1984. Getting a start with a large general contracting firm, his experience spans 25 years, most of it with 3C Construction. Project experience includes mid-size flat plate post-tentioned slabs, gang forms, flying slab trusses, geotechnical stabilization, dynamic compaction, and precast multilevel structures, just to name a few. Mr. Casariego also has extensive experience in multi-strand ducted post-tensioning system and pan-formed decks.
In 1988, Mr. Casariego successfully completed all prerequisites in obtaining his State of Florida General Contractors license.
The company's administration and in-house operations is handled by Mr. Orlando Casariego. He received a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tulane University in May 1986. Mr. Casariego specialized in mechanical design, programmable automation, and artificial intelligent systems. A U.S. Patent was granted for a folding axillirary crutch, this a product of his senior design thesis.
Mr. Casariego's primary responsibilities include project estimating, project finances, and public relations. Under his watch, the company has grown, prospered and widened its scope of work. Structural projects that have been successfully undertaken include large manufacturing warehouses, high security processing facilities, multi-unit residencial and commercial spaces, mid-rise office complexes, chemical storage facilities, and architectural concrete showplaces.
In 1988, Orlando successfully completed all prerequisites and obtained his State of Florida General Contractor License.