July 6 – Steve Roemerman, Chairman & CEO, Lone Star Analysis

Our Guest for the July 6th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show:

Steve Roemerman, Chairman & CEO, Lone Star Analysis

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Steve Roemerman, Chairman & CEO, Lone Star Analysis

Steve Roemerman is the Chairman and CEO of Lone Star Analysis and has served in this role since 2004. Previous CEO roles have included Incucomm Inc., a business incubator that led to the successful launch of several companies, and Crosspan Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon.

Lone Star Analysis enables its manufacturing clients to make smarter decisions faster through differentiated product and service offerings, improved asset utilization, lower operating costs and just-in-time maintenance capabilities. Lone Star serves industrial markets, aerospace & defense, oil & gas, transportation & logistics and the public sector.

Steve began his professional career at Texas Instruments and became Vice President of Strategy. He joined Raytheon upon the acquisition of TI’s systems business.

Lone-Star.com

Phone: (972) 690-9494

Guest Steve Roemerman, Host Steve A Klein

June 29 – Steve Lucy, CEO & Managing Partner, JQ

Our Guest for the June 29th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show:

Steve Lucy, CEO & Managing Partner, JQ

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In 1994, CEO and Managing Partner, Steve Lucy co-founded the Dallas office of JQ, one of Texas’ top engineering firms. With one engineer and an assistant, Steve has grown the Dallas office overlooking Lee Park near Uptown Dallas to a team of more than 100 engineers and staff with headquarters in Dallas’ Design District and offices in Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Lubbock.

JQ provides structural and civil engineering, geospatial and facility performance services in diverse markets such as cultural, education, government, healthcare, hospitality and sports and recreation.

Throughout his career, Steve has built an impressive track record involving a diverse portfolio of engineering projects. Among JQ’s most notable projects are the William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas; the Trinity River Campus East for Tarrant County College District, Fort Worth, Texas; the Engineering Education Complex (formerly Zachry Building) for Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas; the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe Expansion, Dallas, Texas; the Toyota Pavilion Music Factory in Irving, Texas; and the American Cemetery Visitor and Interpretive Center, Manila, Philippines.

JQEng.com

Austin: (512) 474-9094
Dallas: (214) 752-9098
Fort Worth: (817) 546-7200
Houston: (832) 941-5233
Lubbock: (806) 392-9180
San Antonio: (210) 858-9803

Guest Steve Lucy, Host Steve A Klein