Over the last several years Pacific Aviation Development, LLC has developed over 1,000,000 square ft. of hangar facilities at general aviation airports in California and Arizona. Pacific Aviation Development, LLC works directly with and through Argubright Construction and Argubright Steel Structures. The company has built hangars in California at Whiteman Airport, William J. Fox Field, Fullerton Airport, Chino Airport, Lompoc Airport, Oxnard Airport and Santa Barbara Airport among others. The company has also completed construction projects at the Hartford-Brainard Airport in Connecticut and at airports at Longmont in Colorodo, Westminister in Maryland and Mesquite inTexas.

The company is currently involved in construction projects at Lake Havasu Airport in Arizona, Ernest A. Love Field in Prescott, Arizona, Brackett Field Airport in La Verne, California, Chandler Municipal Airport in Chandler, Arizona, and Van Nuys Airport in Van Nuys, California.

Steve Argubright is the owner and operator of Argubright Construction, Inc. and Argubright Steel Structures, Inc.

Argubright Construction, Inc. is licensed as a general contractor and has been in the business of designing and building aviation hangars and projects for over 20 years.

Argubright Steel Structures, Inc. has its own in-house design and manufacturing staff. This allows the company to design and build hangars to fit the site instead of using standard-size, pre-engineered, metal buildings. In addition to designing and building its own buildings the company manufactures its own hangar doors and controls insuring a precise fit between the building and door.

Argubright Construction, Inc. also has its own erection crews, site grading and excavation equiptment, thereby providing it with control of the most significant elements of any hangar construction project. These resources provide the company with the capability for grading, trenching and conduits for electrical, telecomunications, water and sewer lines. The only elements for which subsontractors have been used on recent projects are for concrete and paving.

John F. Feldsted is the Managing Partner of Feldsted & Scoloney, a law firm specializing in business law in Santa Monica California.

He has over twenty-five years of experience as a tax and corporate attorney and has been involved in all phases of real estate development, financing and syndication transactions throughout the course of his professional practice.

Mr. Feldstead holds a B.S. in Engineering Physics from Cornell University and a Masters of Science in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He earned his law degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles in 1981 and an LL.M. in Taxation from New York University in 1983.

Prior to establishing his own firm in 1998, Mr. Feldsted practiced with Rogers & Wells in New York and Los Angeles, and with Musick, Peeler & Garrett in Los Angeles. He is admitted to practice in California and New York and before the U.S. Tax Court. He is also registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He is peer rated AV by Martindale & Hubble.

Tom Sullivan holds a B.A. from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Following his graduation in 1992 he worked as a financial consultant for a division of Lincoln Financial Group in Glendale California where he provided investment advice, estate and succession planning consultation for high net worth individuals.

Tom joined American Airports Corporation in 2003 as an assistant manager. While at American Airports he optained as AAAE certification in Basic and Advanced Airport Operations which includes training in Part 139 operations, fueling, ARFF training, airport operations and airport staffing. During this period Tom acted as the manager of the Midway Island Airport in the mid-Pacific and of Whiteman Airport in Pacoima.