Martin Maslonka - Chairman & Principal

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  • Force Capital Partners (FCP): Founder & Chairman (2006 – present)

    FCP was the majority owner of ECS and provided the significant financial and management resources required to execute the Company’s business plan.

  • MasTec: Group President, Transmission & Substation (2011 – 2014)

    Under Martin’s leadership, MasTec’s T&S group successfully and safely executed multiple critical EHV projects with total annual revenues increasing from $67 million in 2010 to $470 million during Martin’s tenure as Group President.

  • EC Source Services (ECS): Founding Principal, Board of Directors (2009 – 2011)

    As the founding principal of ECS, Martin provided the executive leadership and capital to take ECS from a start-up to a best-in-class EHV firm on a national scale. ECS successfully competed against multi-billion dollar companies for major EHV projects, despite starting the company during the worst financial crisis in a generation. ECS was awarded its first EHV transmission project within 6 months of starting the company. PacifiCorp subsequently awarded one of the largest EPC transmission projects in the U.S., the 110-mile Mona to Oquirrh section of the Gateway Central Transmission Expansion, to ECS in December 2010. ECS was awarded this project over Quanta Services, a Kiewit consortium, and MYR Group. ECS completed the engineering, procurement, and construction within the 30-month schedule without a major safety incident.

  • Maslonka & Associates (M&A): Founder & CEO (1994 – 2007) *Merged with InfraSource 2004

    As Founder & CEO, grew Maslonka & Associates into one of the most profitable and respected high performance EHV transmission contractors in the US, culminating in the successful execution of one of the most critical EHV projects in the US: The privately financed WAPA Los Banos-Gates 500kV (Path 15) Transmission Line. While providing a very significant financial performance guarantee, Maslonka delivered this project under budget and ahead of schedule vastly exceeding historical performance comparisons resulting in huge savings (over $65M in initial capital costs and more than $100M in power purchase cost in 2005) to the California ratepayers. In addition to Path 15, Maslonka, and later InfraSource, similarly delivered other major high performance EHV projects under budget and ahead of schedule while achieving high safety standards (achieved an EMF of .72).

    Merged Maslonka & Associates with InfraSource Services Inc. in early 2004, was the largest individual shareholder, and later appointed the InfraSource Director of Strategic Projects. InfraSource went public on the NYSE, (symbol IFS) in mid 2004. IFS was subsequently acquired by Quanta Services in 2007 for $1.3B in stock. Prior to founding Maslonka and Associates, Mr. Maslonka was on the management staff of JOB Line Construction, which was responsible for much of the 500kV construction in the Western U.S. from 1980 to 1994.