Business View Caribbean | October 2020

64 BUSINESS VIEW CARIBBEAN OCTOBER 2020 we’ll have over 300.” Going forward, Marshall says he wants ICM to be a major construction force in the Caribbean. “We also have a project that we’re bidding on – a hospital in Santa Domingo in the Dominican Republic,” he reports. “So, we’re going to be an all-around construction company and a construction management company that can not only manage major projects, but also build smaller projects, and then go into underground utilities, water treatment, reverse osmosis, and the like.” Marshall describes ICM’s mission as follows: “At ICM, our goal is to get the job done the right way, the first time. But every project is unique and it’s the way ICM manages the challenges and mitigates the risks that makes us different and enables us to exceed our client’s expectations. ICM has built a reputation for fine workmanship, fiscal discipline, and a commitment to integrity. We serve our clients’ best interests and out- perform our industry peers in ways that raise their understanding of what’s possible. It’s not just about the end product we build; it’s also about the relationships we build along the way.” PREFERRED VENDOR n PGA Electric Company Lighthouse Point in Eleuthera.” Lighthouse Point will be the second Disney Cruise Line exclusive destination in the Bahamas after the popular Castaway Cay, and was given an estimated completion date of 2022-2023. Marshall also realized that there was still a need for general contracting services, so he created WM Construction, a subsidiary of ICM, for smaller projects – those generally in the few million-dollar range. Meanwhile, he is also laying plans to develop an infrastructure division. “So, we’re already in the process of joint venturing, employing, and buying equipment to go into underground utilities. We now have 45 employees, but when the Disney project starts,