James Losch, President, Hallmark Construction, Inc., Santa Clara, was elected to serve as the association's 2002 president.
In 1972, James Losch began his career in the construction industry as an estimator with the Jack Dymond Company where he was promoted to General Manager in 1980 and Executive Vice President in 1983. In 1987, Losch founded L & S Hallmark Construction which he reorganized in 1998, changing its name to Hallmark Construction, Inc. The firm, today one of the fastest growing privately held companies in Northern California, specializes in seven strategic markets, including: tenant interiors, new building construction, clean rooms, bio-tech and pharmaceutical, healthcare and automotive and facilities support services, all with an emphasis on the design-build process. In addition to being Hallmark's Founder and Chairman, Losch also serves as a Trustee for the Carpenters Vacation Trust and Building Industry Trust and is on the Board of Fellows for Santa Clara University.