About Us

Peter Roszell

Mr. Roszell’s expertise is in sales and marketing with emphasis in developing and managing sales systems, developing and managing sales engineers, and product positioning using unique channels and methods. Mr. Roszell was the founder and President of Commercial Lighting & Electric, which he expanded out to four Western states, ultimately selling the company to a national electrical contractor, Facility Solutions Group (FSG) , which has 400 million annually in revenue.

Patrick Mannion

Mr. Mannion started his career with The Dow Chemical Corporation and was involved in the Engineering and Construction of Industrial Process and Petroleum Chemical Plants. His experience also included Dow Nuclear and the highly technical mechanical startup and decontamination of a Nuclear Reactor, Oil and Gas Services and Corporate Sales and Marketing.  Since Dow Chemical, Mr. Mannion has been an entrepreneur whose efforts have resulted in the acquisition, development and sale of several successful companies. These companies have been primarily in the construction industry with acquisition that includes Manufacturing, Distribution, and Contracting. The last major transaction was the acquisition, expansion and sale of a Regional Commercial Lighting and Electrical Company. Mr. Mannion has functioned as Chief Operating Officer/Owner in all of the above businesses since Dow Chemical.

Daniel Wenzinger

Mr. Wenzinger has held financial executive positions in companies which had revenues ranging from $100,000 to over $450 Million.  His career path has included working for an international public accounting firm (Deloitte and Touche) running his own financial consulting practice, as well as working in the public and private oil and gas and residential home building companies.  Mr. Wenzinger functioned as the COO/CFO in a company which initially was building in three communities and annual revenues of $17 million.  Five years later the company was sold to a national public company and  was building in fourteen communities, and  had increased revenues to  $84 million.  Mr. Wenzinger has been directly involved in obtaining financing through banks and public and private sources.  Financing arrangements have included project financing, public and private debt and equity placements and limited partnership/joint venture formation.