William L. Meza
William Meza is a managing member of Arch Design Builders LLC. Dba Arch Roofing. William was born into a construction family and has been around construction his whole life. William has a family of his own, a wife, two daughters, a son, and a dog named Archie. His oldest daughter is 15, his second daughter is 13, and his son is 12. William also loves spending time with his family. William became associated with the Hispanic Contractors Association because he wants to help educate upcoming Hispanic Contractors. William wants to help other Hispanic Contractors overcome the obstacles he faced. His goal for the Hispanic Contractors Association is to elevate the status of the Hispanic Contractors to an equal playing field.
Mario A. Meza Sr.
Mario Meza is the Owner Operator of Meza Enterprises. Mario founded Meza Enterprises in 1985. He was first introduced to construction at the age of seventeen. Soon after he started working in construction Mario left construction to join the Marine Corp. in July of 1972. He served for four years and came back to serve as a fire fighter for two years. He also took a tour in the Vietnam War soon after. Mario had joined the US Core of Engineers and served for ten years. He had assisted in the flood of 1993 and operated the levies. During those years Mario had founded Meza Enterprises and worked in construction. Mario has a wife, five children, and seven grandchildren. He had become associated with the Hispanic Contractors Association because he wanted to become part of an organization that will help unify many Hispanic Contractors. Mario’s goal for the Hispanic Contractors Association is for the organization to be the best resource for Hispanic Contractors in the metropolitan area.
Alex Nuñez is the owner of Nunez Marble and Tile. He opened his business in 2013 after he was in the tile business for sixteen years. He came from Honduras in the early 2000’s and started a family. Alex has a wife and four sons, 9, 7, 3, and 1. He became associated with the Hispanic Contractors Association when he was invited to a luncheon in 2013 and he liked the program so he became a member right away. His goal for HCA is to have at least 50 active members by 2018. In the future of HCA Alex sees that HCA will be a strong organization representing our community. Alex says, “All we truly need is support from more Hispanic construction owner companies.”
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