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Background Information

Employment History

President

San-Marin Construction Inc


Projects Manager

METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC


Construction Project Manager

Bank of America Corporation


Field Office Property Manager

Tishman Construction Corporation


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San-Marin Construction, Inc. - Contact Us

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Anthony E. Rawls - President
E-mail: aer@san-marinconstruction.com


San-Marin Construction, Inc. - History

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Anthony E. Rawls
Anthony E. Rawls President E-Mail: aer@san-marinconstruction.com Anthony E. Rawls has over 36 years experience in commercial real property development. During this time, he has worked in leasing management, property management and construction management as well as starting and managing his own businesses. In 1968, Anthony started a small plumbing company and developed it into a profitable business which he sold in 1972. From 1972 to 1979, Anthony worked as a field office property manager for the Tishman Corporation and GSA, managing projects for both companies throughout California. trading floor desks Anthony worked as a construction project manager for Bank of America from 1979 to 1985. He successfully completed projects up to $35 million, and was responsible for writing funding models for project managers to use in approving projects such as a 250-desk trading floor and a 14-floor tenant improvement in a new building. From 1985 to the present, Anthony has worked as a manager of marketing to develop a small electrical company and then San-Marin Construction, a general construction company. He currently manages the corporation as the CFO of San-Marin, as well as working as a projects manager. He is responsible for establishing corporate goals, business development and maintaining San-Marin's business practices.


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But Anthony Rawls has an entirely different sticking point with his best customer—the route he takes to work.With the price of gasoline at $4 a gallon, Rawls, the president San-Marin Construction in South San Francisco, is trying to save money.His work can take him as far as Ukiah, more than 100 miles north of San Francisco.For this job, he carefully maps out the routes needed to visit 26 bank branches in the most fuel-efficient manner. But his client, a major bank he declined to identify, often has a different schedule in mind."It's really difficult because they're not even thinking about gas prices," he says.In California, meanwhile, Rawls has no such option.His costs were built into his bids, and even were he able to submit a new one, he's doubtful he would raise it.Competition is too fierce, and most of his competitors are simply eating the extra gas costs."At this point, short of haggling with OPEC and the oil companies, there's nothing to do but pay it," Rawls says. When he bids on jobs, he usually banks on transportation costs making up 1 percent of the contract.But with gas prices as high as they are, they now account for 1.5 percent, he says. "That might not sound like a lot," he says.


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