Scott Recinos, senior vice president of LMI’s homeland security market, uncovers customers’ current and emerging needs, acquires new business, manages profit and loss, fosters customer and partnership relationships, and champions LMI’s strategic plan, vision, and goals. With over 30 years of multidisciplinary consulting experience in homeland security, civil engineering, program and project management, and construction management, Scott helps the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice accomplish their missions through practical implementation of policies, innovative technology, and management consulting best practices.
Prior to his current role, Scott was detailed from LMI to the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) for eight years as the chief engineer for tactical infrastructure. Scott supported the program management office in planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining Customs and Border Protection’s border security technology and tactical infrastructure. Scott oversaw the engineering planning and design of this multibillion-dollar portfolio and managed the development and maintenance of USBP’s design standards for tactical infrastructure.
Scott attended Virginia Tech, earning a bachelor’s and master’s in civil engineering. Scott is a registered professional engineer as well as a certified program management professional and project management professional. He serves as the board chairperson for the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable and is a former member of the board of directors for the Homeland Security & Defense Business Council.