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1990

Company changes its name from Weardco Construction Corp. to J.R. Filanc Construction Company, exchanging a weird name for an unpronounceable one according to some wags. [It’s pronounced FEE-lahnse.]

1990

Company moves its headquarters from Vista to North Avenue in Oceanside, CA tripling its space and creating a great reason for a big party.

1990

Peter is named president and CEO and Mark is named executive vice president. Jack is named chairman of the board. Filanc posts revenues of $35 million.

1991

Jack, Pete and Mark meet former President of the United States, Ronald Reagan in Century City, CA.

1993

Filanc officially announces the establishment of its Plant Services Division, telling the world, “We intend to be known as the ‘911’ of the sewer plant industry.”

1993

Jack Filanc is named “Construction Executive of the Year” by the Construction Financial Management Association.

1995

Jack Filanc is installed president of the Associated General Contractors’ San Diego chapter. A big party follows.

1996

Filanc teams with Montgomery Watson Americas to be awarded the design build contract for Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility. This is the first WWTP in California to employ the design build project delivery method. It’s a bold but effective move.

1997

The Filanc ‘Gator makes his debut as the official mascot of the Repair and Maintenance Division (originally the Plant Services Division). The inspiration comes from the recent media accounts of alligators occupying storm drains and sewer pipes in New York City.

1997

Peter Filanc travels frequently to Sacramento to serve as an expert resource to elected officials regarding design build legislation.

1998

Filanc is named “Engineering General Contractor of the Year” by the Associated General Contractors’ San Diego chapter.

1998

Jack is named to the board of directors of AGC of America.