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J. Goodwille Pierre Elected Southwest Regional Director – Airport Minority Advisory Council

St. Louis, Missouri – June 11, 2012 – J. Goodwille Pierre, resident of Houston, TX and General Counsel to CBIC Construction & Development, LLC was just elected Southwest Regional Director of the Airport Minority Advisory Counsel (AMAC). AMAC is the only national, non-profit trade association dedicated to promoting the full participation of minority, women and disadvantaged owned business enterprises in airport contracting and the inclusion of minority and women employment.

The pinning ceremony took place today during the general session of the 2012 Airport Business Diversity Conference which took place at the America’s Center Convention Complex Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel. Pierre becomes responsible for the training and implementation of inclusionary programs for airports and minority and women owned businesses located in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, New Mexico and Arkansas.

“I want to express my sincere gratitude to the Southwest Region AMAC members for electing me to this position.” says Pierre. “I will begin immediately introducing myself to the leaders at the airports in the southwest region and mapping out plans to assist airports and minority/women owned business become successful. Goodwille has dedicated his life to service. He also serves as the National Board Member at Large for the National Bar Association and plans on running for Vice President of this national organization for Lawyers and Judges of Color.

J. Goodwille Pierre is General Counsel and Vice President of External Affairs for CBIC Construction & Development, LLC and 4 City Steel Fabrication, Inc. CBIC Construction & Development, LLC is a 100% Minority and Women Owned Businesses founded by President Esther Francis. CBIC provides Construction Management, General Construction and Project and Diversity Management services to complex multi-million dollar hospital facilities, prisons, airports and higher education facilities. CBIC has offices in Nevada, Louisiana, and Texas.

4 City Steel Fabrication, Inc. also founded by Esther Francis is and established steel fabricator and erector, 4 City Steel Fab has developed a solid reputation for providing Structural Steel Fabrication & Erection services to major private and public clients in Texas, Wisconsin and Nevada. With two fully-integrated structural steel fabrication facilities, 4 City Steel is rapidly becoming the supplier of choice for major steel projects.

In his position as General Counsel, Goodwille is responsible for Managing the company’s nationwide legal affairs, business development and government relations. Formerly, Goodwille with the Director of the Small Business Development & Contract Compliance Division of the Houston Airport System

For more information on CBIC Construction and Development, LLC visit and to learn more about 4 City Steel Fabrication, Inc. visit To learn more about the Airport Minority Advisory Council visit

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