Office of the Governor Rick Perry

Gov. Perry Names Seven to Residential Construction Commission

Monday, September 08, 2003  •  Appointment

AUSTIN - Gov. Rick Perry today announced the appointments of seven individuals to the Texas Residential Construction Commission. The commission, created by the 78th Texas Legislature, will register homebuilders and develop building performance standards.

Patrick Cordero of Midland will chair the commission. He is chief executive officer of Strategic Abstract & Title Corporation and a member of the American and Texas Bar Associations. Cordero is president of the Midland Community Development Corporation and previously served on the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board and the Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and his law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law.

Art Cuevas of Lubbock is president of Art Cuevas Construction. He is vice-chair of the City of Lubbock’s Building Board of Appeals and a former member of the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. Cuevas also has served on the boards of directors for the National Association of Home Builders, the Texas Builder Association and the West Texas Home Builders Association. He attended Texas Tech University.

J. Paulo Flores of Dallas is a director in the law firm of Gessner & Flores and an author and lecturer on construction law issues. He is a member of the Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Hispanic Contractors’ Association and the American, Texas, Dallas and Hispanic Bar Associations. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas and his law degree from the UT School of Law.

John R. Krugh of Houston is senior vice president and corporate counsel for Perry Homes. He is a member of the Texas Association of Builders and co-chair of the association’s Building Standards Task Force. Krugh also is active in the Greater Houston Builders Association. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida and his law degree from the South Texas College of Law.

Glenda C. Mariott of College Station is vice president of Mariott Homes. She is an officer and past president of the Bryan/College Station Homebuilders Association and vice chair of the Bryan/College Station Convention & Visitors Bureau Board. Mariott earned her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University.

Scott M. Porter of Kerrville is president of Porter Contracting Co. He is an area director for the Texas Hill Country Homebuilders Association and a member of the Kerrville Chamber of Commerce. Porter earned his bachelor’s degree from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches.

Mickey R. Redwine of Ben Wheeler is the owner and chief executive officer of Dynamic Cable Holdings, which is made up of three telecommunications companies. He holds an advanced peace officers license and serves on the board for the State Board of Texas as a public member.

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