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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.
He has a degree in Business Management, but he grew up on project sites, working with his father who is a prominent General Superintendent in New Mexico. During his career, James has also held positions as an estimator and field superintendent, giving him a unique and comprehensive perspective on the entire construction process. In Florida, James became a licensed contractor and managed the pre-con and permitting for hi-rise residential towers and interior fit-outs throughout Miami.
I use Commodore’s 6 Qualities of Excellence as a guide. Based on the very positive market reaction, I would say the integration with Commodore has gone very well. I’m still going through the transition of having children who don’t need me in the same way they used to. Our kids have unlimited opportunities in front of them and I feel good that we’ve been able to help them with that. I recently turned 55, which gives me plenty to reflect on.
Those qualities apply to everyone, in just about every facet of life. We’re mid-way through our second decade as a firm and, personally, I’m proud of the kind of firm we are, what we stand for and our position in the market. I’m thinking about how I want to live the next 20 or 30 years, God willing. I love the quote, “If you want to make God laugh – show him your plan.” But I do want to live every day with purpose – not to feather my own nest – but to do meaningful things.
Born and raised in New Mexico, James now lives in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood…an ideal location for a self-proclaimed foodie!
When James is not savoring the neighborhood’s bustling restaurant scene, he loves to entertain at home, playing sommelier and showing off his own culinary skills with friends and family.
I wanted to create an environment where people embrace the connection between both the business and the personal aspects of their lives. Since retiring from the Navy, you’ve had a full time focus on Commodore. What I miss are the frequent opportunities to think globally.
When I was a senior Naval officer I was constantly thinking strategically about world defense, security and the global economy.
He served on the Steering Committee for CLC and is the incoming Chair of the Project Delivery Forum.
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.
I wanted to build an enduring company, a place where people have the opportunity to grow. And I want to make a personal contribution to our clients’ success, to the people who work here and to their families.
Over that time, he acquired the skills of an Assistant Project Manager and a degree from Wentworth in Project Management and Civil Engineering.
As Josh balanced the responsibilities of school and a full-time job, he still found time to pursue at least one of his passions – breeding dogs – one particular breed of dog, Coton de Tulear, the Royal Dog of Madagascar!
We’re working with smart people who are driving development and change locally and impacting the blueprint of important initiatives like Boston’s Innovation District.