Since its founding in 1992,
PCC CONSTRUCTION COMPONENTS, INC. has
grown into one of the Washington D.C. area’s most highly visible
subcontractors. The organization has gained industry
recognition for its ability to perform and its relentless pursuit of
In addition, PCC CONSTRUCTION COMPONENTS, INC. has become formidable
in its expertise in providing time efficient, cost effective
solutions for the custom architectural curtainwall and high end
metal panel applications for a variety of projects.
Project composition includes Museums, Courthouses, Laboratories,
Commercial Office Buildings, Airports, Sports Arenas, Federal, State
and Local Municipal Buildings, Universities, Manufacturing
Facilities and Technical Centers.
PCC CONSTRUCTION COMPONENTS, INC. is an aggressive dynamic company
with a history of quality installations, on time performance and
satisfied clients. We take great pride in our ability to perform and
complete even the most difficult of projects as planned. We offer a
seasoned Executive Management Team with the inherent capacity to get
things done. Our TEAM has set the standard for establishing
client relationships and we have worked to strengthen our
long-term, interactions with all of our vendors. Constant
communication, our knowledge regarding the types of products
we use on every project, as well as our hands-on approach to
problem solving has led to the development of privileged
alliances with our most trusted vendors.
It is our goal to provide our clients with service beyond any
Leigh Press, President:
Mr. Press, a fourth generation Washingtonian, has been involved
with the local building community for over 28 years. After
graduating from Jacksonville University in 1984 with a BS in
Economics and Finance, Mr. Press started his construction
career in Pre-engineered metal buildings. In 1992, he started PCC Construction Components, Inc. with its primary focus on
Architectural façade systems. In 1999, the company moved
towards custom curtainwall and architectural metal systems
which has remained the company focus. With his leadership, PCC
has become an aggressive and dynamic company with a history
of quality installations, on time performance and satisfied
Don Deister, Vice President:
Mr. Deister has been with the company since its inception.
Starting his career as a journeyman, Mr. Deister quickly took
on a leadership role, advancing into project management in the
mid 1990’s. Mr. Deister has successfully managed projects in
excess of $ 9,000,000; on time and within budget. His
experience and background in exterior enclosure systems is
diversified and unique. Projects include Courthouses, Academic
Buildings, Office and Commercial Buildings to name a few.
Currently, Mr. Deister is Vice President and oversees the
entire project management process. He works with the project
team to establish the overall project direction from an
operational standpoint to assure communication and
implementation of the project goals and objectives.
Terry Downs, Director of Field Operations:
Mr. Downs has been associated with PCC for over 15 years.
After receiving his civil engineering degree from Old Dominion
University in 1984, Mr. Downs started his career in
construction working in the field, acquiring 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. With the responsibility of
field management, his “can do” attitude and his ability to
coordinate and motivate are key factors in PCC’s success. His
leadership and total commitment to safety and quality have
greatly enhanced PCC’s ability to perform.
William Magazine, Preconstruction Manager:
Mr. Magazine, also a fourth generation Washingtonian, has been involved in
construction for over 15 years. Mr. Magazine Graduated from the University
of Maryland, College Park in 1991 with a BS in Business and has worked in
General Contracting Project Management with several firms including industry
leaders, JA Jones, Turner and Clark. Mr. Magazine is experienced in both new
construction and renovation with a strong emphasis on pre-construction
budgets. Project type includes schools, embassies, museums, commercial,
residential high rise. Mr. Magazine joined PCC in 2010 and is responsible
for pre-construction services, design assistance, estimating, and vendor