Precision Welcomes New Superintendent, Jake Morales

Precision Welcomes New Superintendent, Jake Morales

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Precision is delighted to introduce our recent hiring of Jake Morales to serve as Superintendent. With over 30 years of construction experience, Jake has supervised the construction of a wide range of impressive projects ranging from the aerospace to healthcare sectors. These highly complex projects include renovations of VA Hospitals, the structural upgrade of a rocket launch tower (MST), repairs on a missile launch facility, improvements to a nuclear reactor vault, along with many others.

Beyond his impressive resume, we knew Jake was a perfect fit with Precision’s culture from day one. Jake embodies the Precision Values in the work he does and is passionate about Precision’s mission to Empower our Clients to Build Better Projects and to Advance the construction industry. When we asked Jake what led him to join Precision, this is what he had to say: “Precision has an impressive resume of completing challenging projects in a diverse arena. The opportunity to become part of a successful growing organization is exciting and I look forward to being a part of the continued success at Precision.”

Jake will be starting off his career with Precision as the Quality Control Manager for the Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) building renovation at Naval Base Ventura County. This design-build contract is being managed by the US Army Corps of Engineers and includes the complete overhaul of the 6,500 SF secured facility.

Jake will make an excellent addition to the NCIS project team. Jake has been certified by the US Army Corps of Engineers to provide Contractor Quality Management and is well-versed in their RMS administration software. “I am excited to be part of the team working with the Army Corps of Engineers. These projects offer their own challenges and learning experiences. I am a firm believer that we should always strive to learn new things.” The NCIS project will break ground in mid-May and will be completed by the end of the year.

When Jake isn’t at work, he enjoys family time with his wife, children and grandchildren, long days at the beach, and playing and recording music.