PITTSBURGH, November 2, 2017 – Facility Support Services, LLC (FSS) is pleased to announce that Thomas G. Ali, P.E., has joined FSS as president. Tom will oversee all aspects of business strategy and operations, continuing to grow FSS as a leader in the federal and commercial construction markets. He will be responsible for providing FSS’ direction, growth and performance to enhance profitability, operating efficiency and organizational development.
“We are very pleased to make this announcement. Tom is a great addition to the FSS team,” said John Mroz, Vice President of Operations for Goldbelt Inc. and former FSS President. “Tom is an accomplished industry executive with the experience, expertise and knowledge to continue FSS' geographic growth and expand the value of our services.”
Prior to joining FSS, Tom served in key executive leadership roles with several large engineering firms in the region. Tom was nominated to the Board of Directors, National Kidney Foundation, Alleghenies Chapter and currently serves as the Board Chair. A Civil Engineering graduate from The Pennsylvania State University, Tom earned his professional engineering license in 1993 and has worked over 28 years in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industries.
About Facility Support Services, LLC
Facility Support Services, LLC is a subsidiary of Goldbelt, Inc., that provides construction management, general construction, renovation, and electrical contracting services. With offices in Gibsonia, PA and Virginia Beach, VA, FSS provides a high level of service to its customers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. With over 45 construction professionals, the company manages every stage of construction and design/build processes for commercial contracts and federal task order projects.
About Goldbelt, Incorporated
Goldbelt, Incorporated is an Alaska Native, for‐profit corporation headquartered in Juneau, Alaska. Incorporated on January 4, 1974 following the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Goldbelt’s primary mission is to manage assets and conduct business for the benefit of its more than 3,600 shareholders. Goldbelt first ventured into the logging and timber industry but later expanded its operations into tourism, which still remains an integral part of its operations. Today, the majority of Goldbelt’s revenue and income derives from government contracting and services.