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Randall G. Evers, R.E.A.

Mr. Evers is responsible for executive management and overall direction of the corporation. A Civil Engineer, Mr. Evers' experience in a combination of international and domestic construction and real estate banking provides unique opportunities for marketing the various service lines of the company.

Mr. Evers' early career began with the Daniel-Fluor Corporation where he held increasing responsibilities in Engineering and Project Management, from Civil Engineer to Senior Civil Engineer, Engineering Manager, Project Manager, Control Manager, culminating as Project Control Manager of Engineering and Construction Of the largest aviation facility in the world - the $13.2 Billion Jeddah International Airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with a labor force in excess of eleven thousand men.

Mr. Evers' career experience includes responsibility for management of four projects in excess of one billion dollars each: the Callaway Nuclear Power Plant in Fulton, Missouri at $1.8 Billion; the Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Plant in Michigan at $2.2 Billion; the multiple unit Afin Power Project in the Republic of Turkey at $3.5 Billion; and the Jeddah International Airport.

After service in the International Engineering and Construction Industry and prior to joining Integrated Resources as Chief Executive, Mr. Evers served successively with Coast Federal Bank and Imperial Bank, as Manager of Construction Loan Services and with First Nationwide Bank as Director of the Real Estate Development Division.

To provide service to Legal firms for litigation support and research, Mr. Evers leads a forensic engineering task force of multiple disciplines including Architecture, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geology, Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Geophysics & Seismology.

Mr. Evers is licensed in the State of California as a Registered Environmental Assessor, General Contractor and Engineering Contractor. Mr. Evers is licensed in the State of Florida, as a Certified General Contractor, and Certified Engineering Contractor. An avid sailor, licensed pilot, and outdoorsman, Mr. Evers resides in Agoura Hills, California.



Licensed General Engineering Contractor, State of California, No. 675297, 1993
Licensed General Building Contractor, State of California, No. 675297, 1992
Registered Environmental Assessor, State of California, No. 02677, 1989
Certified General Engineering Contractor, State of Florida, No. 22006, 1970


Construction Management, Associate Degree Program, Florida Tech. University, 1967
Construction Technology Certificate Program, University of Orlando, 1965-66


American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM)
American Society of Cost Engineers (ASCE)
National Association of Home Builders
Building industry Association of Southern California
Institute of Real Estate Management (Associate)
California Mortgage Bankers Association


Honorary Ph.D., Royal University, Riyhad, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Conferred for Meritorious Service to the Ministry of Defense & Aviation, 1978
California State Contractor's License Board Member-License Exam Development Committee
Instructor of the Year, University of Missouri, Vocational/Adult Education Program, Columbia, 1972


"A Guide for Borrowers: What You Should Know About Your S.B.A. Construction Loan", Small Business Administration Handbook, May, 1996

"Construction Loan Due Diligence: Identifying and Managing Risks in Real Estate Development & Construction" California Mortgage Bankers Association, 1989

"Value and Cost Engineering in the Construction Industry", American Association of Cost Engineers, 1983

"Reducing Costs Through the Use of Sequentially Detonated Explosives for Construction Demolition: A Case History", Florida, Builder, Vol.66, February, 1970

A continuing Series of Educational Articles for "The Source", Monthly Magazine of the Institute of Real Estate Management:

"Simple Methods for Preventing Costly Ground Settlement Damage to Buildings: A Handbook for the Professional Property Manager", March, 1996

"Cost of Catastrophic Failures in Multi-Family Housing: A Case History", December, 1995

"Minimizing Expenditures for Capital Improvements through Professional Construction Management", September, 1995


Advanced Real Estate Finance, John Anderson School of Business, UCLA, 1991

Real Estate Transaction Law, John Anderson School of Business, UCLA, 1990

Real Estate Finance, John Anderson School of Business, UCLA, 1990

Commercial Real Estate Appraisal, MAI Certificate Course, Pasadena City College, 1988

Certified Cost Engineer Certificate Course, The American Association of Cost Engineers, 1971


Project Management, Construction Management, General Building Construction, Construction Quality Control, Construction Loan Fund Control, Construction Loan Due Diligence, Lender Risk Management (Real Estate Lending), Lender Environmental Risk Assessment & Management (for Real Estate and Construction Lending).


Project Manager for Construction of Site Roads, Lakes & Dams, & Drainage Structures, DisneyWorld Theme Park, Orlando, Florida, a $43 Million Project, 300 man labor force.

Engineering Manager for Construction of 3M Company Plastiform Plant, Norfolk, Nebraska, a $123 Million Project, 600 man labor force.

Technical Superintendent (Cost, Schedule, Purchasing & Contract Admin. Depts.) for Construction of Nuclear Power Plant for Union Electric Corp, Jefferson City, Missouri, a $1.8 Billion Project, 1,400 man labor force.

Project Control Manager for Construction of the Jeddah International Airport for the Ministry of Defense & Aviation, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a $ 13.2 Billion Project, 18,000 man labor force, at the time, the largest construction project in the world.

Project Control Manager for Construction of the Nuclear Power Plant for Detroit Edison in Monroe, Michigan, a $2.2 Billion Project, 1,900 man labor force.

Project Control Manager for Construction of a four unit Power Plant for the Government of Turkey, in Afsin, Turkey, a $ 3.5 Billion Project, 12,000 man labor force

Named to Management Team for Operation of Central Savings & Loan in San Diego by Resolution Trust Corporation for control of Construction Loan Portfolio

Appointed Director of Real Estate Development Division for First Nationwide Bank, a Division of the Bank developing (land acquisition, product design, construction, marketing and sales) in excess of 2,200 single family homes annually, in 12 States.

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