John Nemesh, the owner of Western Building and Development, LLC, the Spaceport's General Services support contractor, has been recognized this quarter as the Crewmember of the Quarter for his outstanding performance in providing general services support to the spaceport. He is responsible for ensuring the spaceport is clean, operationally functioning properly and well maintained. He is also responsible for developing the policies and procedures to keep the spaceport in tip top shape and to be able to respond to engineering related emergencies efficiently and effectively.
John Nemesh, a New Mexico Vietnam Veteran, has been a reputable contractor for 35 years, founding the thriving multi-faceted construction company, Western Building and Development, LLC in 1978. He began his business shortly after graduating from NMSU with a Geology degree -- starting primarily with residential construction, then quickly expanding to include innovative commercial building. Today, Nemesh and his Las Cruces, NM based company, focuses talent, energy and resources on large and small scale commercial construction projects regionally in New Mexico, Arizona and Texas; in the past, California, Texas, Oklahoma, Maryland.
If you would like to nominate a non-government Crewmember on the Spaceport America team for our quarterly award, download the form for more information. Nominations for the next quarter will be accepted until June 30, 2013.