PCC Construction Components has a seasoned Executive Management Team with the expertise to get things done while adhering to the highest possible standards. Our team establishes strong client relationships and continually works to strengthen our long-term interactions with vendors through strong leadership. Constant communication, our product knowledge and our hands-on approach to problem solving has led to strong alliances with our most trusted vendors. It has also resulted in the trust and satisfaction of our clients.
Leigh Press, President
A fourth generation Washingtonian, Mr. Press has been involved with the local building community since 1984. After graduating with a BS in Economics and Finance from Jacksonville University, Mr. Press started his construction career in pre-engineered metal buildings. In 1992, he started PCC Construction Components, Inc. with a primary focus on architectural façade systems. In 1999, the company moved towards custom curtainwall and architectural wall systems, which remains the company’s focus today. PCC has become an aggressive and dynamic company under his leadership with a history of quality installations, timely performance and satisfied customers.
Don Deister, Executive Vice President
Mr. Deister has been with PCC Construction Components since its inception. Starting his career as a journeyman, he quickly took on a leadership role and advanced into project management. Currently, Mr. Deister is responsible for the day-to-day operations of project management and works with the project teams to establish project direction from an operational standpoint. His goal is to ensure communication and implementation of each project’s goals and objectives.
Terry Downs, Director of Field Operations
Mr. Downs has been associated with PCC Construction Components for over 20 years. After receiving his civil engineering degree from Old Dominion University, Mr. Downs started his career in construction working in the field. He acquired many skills from his father, a master carpenter and seasoned field superintendent. Mr. Downs has many years of experience in both field operations and project management. In his current role, his “can do” attitude and ability to coordinate and motivate are key factors in the success of every project. His leadership and total commitment to safety and quality has been an asset to both PCC and our clients.
William Magazine, Preconstruction Manager
Mr. Magazine, also a fourth generation Washingtonian, has been involved in construction for over 20 years. After graduating from the University of Maryland, College Park with a degree in Business, Mr. Magazine worked in general contracting and project management for several industry leading firms, including JA Jones, Turner, and Clark. Mr. Magazine is experienced in both new construction and renovation with a strong emphasis on pre-construction budgets. His projects include schools, embassies, museums, commercial and residential high rises. He joined PCC in 2010 and is responsible for pre-construction services, design assistance, estimating and vendor relations.