On July 31, 2019 Paradigm Mechanical Corp., a woman-owned mechanical contracting company, was awarded its largest contracts to date. By securing two $49M contracts for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest, the company continues to show its commitment to providing outstanding service at a fair price.
Woman-owned DBE firm Paradigm Mechanical identified a value engineering idea that reduced the tank size and eliminated the need for a pump. This pump-less design lowered both the cost of construction and future servicing of the sump system. After almost a year of redesign and sump tank fabrication, installation has begun. The initial sump tank installation is in progress at the Executive Drive station.
Tuesday night, March 5th our fearless leader, and Vice President for the Future Construction Leaders Foundation, Melinda Dicharry, presented at the NAWIC SD Toast to the Trades dinner. She discussed 2019 Camp NAWIC and how we have tripled in size over the last few years thanks to everyone’s hard work, as well as, the support from our sponsors. She introduced Ana Gutierrez, who was a camper at our very first Camp NAWIC, also known as Magic Camp. Ana shared her experience and the impact it made on her and her family, she is now a Project Engineer at Clark Construction. Our presenter for the evening was Kayleen McCabe, General Contractor, and TV Host for Rescue Renovation, was able to visit some of our local High Schools and talk to the girls in the shop classes about the different paths they could take to have a career in the construction industry.
Paradigm Mechanical Corp. was recognized by the San Diego Business Journal as one of San Diego County’s top 100 fastest growing companies based on its percentage increase in revenue between fiscal years 2013 and 2016. To be considered for the prestigious listing, companies needed to be privately held and based in San Diego County. The data sources used were the companies, CPA attestation letters, and San Diego Business Journal list files.
Barbara attended the NAWIC Construction Industry Specialist training class over a span of 8 weeks. The class covers construction management, drawings, bidding techniques, construction processes, and construction law. Barbara completed the course and passed the exam to become a Construction Industry Specialist. Well done Barbara!
Thank you for all of the hard work, planning, preparation and love that went into making Hailey’s wish to have a treehouse, come true! You made a special little girl and her family so very happy. We are truly grateful for the partnership we have with SC Engineers and friends and are so thankful for everything that you do to help make wishes come true! THANK YOU!
Paradigm Mechanical Corp. sponsors team “Paradigm Serves” participating in the Komen San Diego Race for the Cure event on Sunday, November 6 in Balboa Park. Paradigm employees raised funds for the fight against breast cancer right here in San Diego. About the event: With $1 million invested here this year alone, Komen San Diego continues to be the County’s largest provider of free breast cancer treatments, services, and support in our area because of generous community support. Go team!
Woman-owned small business mechanical contracting company, Paradigm Mechanical Corp., is pleased to announce it achieved a three-year sales growth of 2,349.54%. The increase qualified Paradigm for the prestigious No. 168 rank on the 2014 Inc. 500 list of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies. In addition, the company was one of the top 10 women-led companies on the list, as well as No. 4 on the list of top construction industry companies and No. 3 out of the 113 San Diego metro companies to make the Inc. 500 | 5000 list.
Founder and CEO Melinda Dicharry was honored by the SD Metro magazine as 40 Under 40 Class of 2014 honoree.
The 14th annual 40 Under 40 awards ceremony honored 40 men and women under the age of 40 who have excelled in their professional lives as well as contributed to their professional trade and local community. Teran Breceda, current president of NAWIC San Diego Chapter #21 and owner of Breceda Landscape, nominated Dicharry for the prestigious honor.
Paradigm Mechanical Corp., a woman-owned small business mechanical contracting company, Founder and CEO Melinda Dicharry received the 2014 Member of the Year award from the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) San Diego Chapter #21. Dicharry was honored at the organization’s 55th Anniversary Executive Night on April 8, 2014.
Paradigm Mechanical Corp., a woman-owned small business mechanical contracting company, Founder and CEO Melinda Dicharry was honored by the San Diego Business Journal as a finalist in both the Woman Who Means Business and Most Admired CEO competitions.
The 20th Annual Women Who Mean Business program honored women who have excelled in their professional lives as well as contributed to the vitality of the city’s cultural, education, arts, and social service institutions. Kathy Nelson of On Track Success Coaching nominated Dicharry for the honor.
Paradigm Mechanical Corp., a woman-owned small business mechanical contracting company, was on the award-winning Escondido Fire Station No. 4 project team. As the HVAC / mechanical subcontractor for the Erickson-Hall Construction Co. “Best of the Best” Unique Small Project – Public Work, Paradigm attended the General Contractors of America (AGC) San Diego Chapter’s “Build San Diego” awards luncheon with Erickson-Hall and Jeff Katz Architecture representatives.
Paradigm Mechanical Corp., a woman-owned small business mechanical contracting company, has been certified by the U.S. Small Business Administration as a Participant in the SBA’s 8(a) Business Development Program.
Divided into two phases over nine years, certified companies advance from a four-year development stage to a five-year transitional stage. While the 8(a) certification program helps firms build competitive and institutional know-how through sole-source contracts, the SBA encourages participation in competitive contracts as well as commercial contracts.