This month we’re recognizing Joe Pavicic and his promotion to General Superintendent.

Joe is a native of Pittsburgh, PA and has been with VCC since 2007.
He spent 13 years in the United States Marine Corps, and we are grateful for his service to our country. Joe has worked on 12 projects (and counting) and has developed a solid track record for successfully overseeing jobsites. According to Joe, to achieve success, “you have to push and leave no stone unturned.” He is highly skilled at managing local jurisdictions, navigating permitting systems and green building processes, having completed LEED certified projects in both Utah and California.

In 2011, Joe left VCC to pursue other opportunities in the field and returned to our team with some new experiences under his belt. VCC is a company built on innovation, and we value and welcome the input that professionals bring to the table from other companies or industries. Joe’s work in other areas of the built world gave him perspective on his role as a superintendent for VCC, and we were excited to have him back.
On every project, Joe says, “you have to be better than the next guy, whether in a good economy or bad, but especially when economic pressures are at play.”

Regarding leadership and teamwork, Joe recalls his military training saying, “Never ahead, never behind, always beside.”
VCC is proud of Joe’s achievements and his work ethic that propels his project teams to deliver excellence.

(VCC is hiring superintendents for several jobsites across the country. If you have the drive, skill and experience, we’re ready to talk. Check out our openings here)

Congratulations, Joe!

Superintendent Joe Pavicic onsite