Infrastructure Developments Corp
299 S. Main Street, 13 th Floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Infrastructure Developments Corporation (IDVC) conducts its business through our subsidiary Intelspec International, which is headquartered in the United States and focuses on project management in the Middle East, East Asia, and Oceania. Intelspec fills an underserved niche in the global project spectrum, targeting specialized projects and subcontracts that are too small to attract the attention of the giant multinational firms but which still require world class engineering expertise. Intelspec's managers have decades of engineering experience, not only in the boardroom but in the hands-on world of managing complex engineering enterprises in difficult political environments and high-threat situations.
Intelspec was incorporated in Nevada on July 15, 2008, and maintains an executive office in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Intelspec owns Intelspec International LLC, a Thai registered foreign branch, which manages projects in Southeast Asia from a business office and 5-acre lay down yard in Chonburi, Thailand. Intelspec also owns 100% of Power Track Projects FZE, a United Arab Emirates registered Free Zone Enterprise that is licensed for project and equipment management in the UAE and currently manages projects for the government of the Emirate of Ras al Khaimah and for private clients in the UAE.
IDVC has the capacity to contract to manage projects for our clients at the parent company or subsidiary level, depending on the nature and location of the project. Action Stock Transfer Corporation ;Transfer Agent
2469 E Fort Union Blvd.
Suite 214 Salt Lake City,84121
Financials; http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=53883020<> Share Structure; OS - as of Nov. 19th 2012 was 394,198,899 AS - 500,000,000 and 10,000,000 perferred IDVC Infrastructure Developments Corp.: Summary, Stock Quote & Trades for Infrastructure Developments Corp. - OTCMarkets.com
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IDVC's board of directors currently consists of Eric Montandon and Shawn Teigen, both of whom also serve on the board. Other directors and staff may be added as required, although IDVC is committed to minimizing headquarters staff expense and achieving the leanest possible management structure. ASIA 8 ASIA 8 Chief Financial Officer ; Digamber Naswa
Contact: Infrastructure Developments Corp. Eric Montandon, Interm CEO 801.488.2006 email@example.com www.idvc.us
Eric Montandon Interim CEO and Director Mr. Eric Montandon has been a director since May 2011, and then Interim Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Developments Corp. since August 4, 2012. Montandon has been the President, Treasurer, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer (during certain periods of time) of Asia8, Inc., since May 2000. He has been the Chairman of WWA Group, Inc. since August 2003 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. He served as the Executive Manager of World Wide Auctioneers Ltd., a subsidiary of WWA Group Inc. from 2003 to its sale in 2010. He was instrumental in Asia8's acquisition and development of World Wide Auctioneers, Ltd. and WWA Group. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Net Telecommunications, Inc. from 2001 to 2003. Mr. Montandon was the Chief Executive Officer of Momentum Asia, Inc., a Philippine corporation, from 1994 to 2000, and organized its merger into ZiaSun Technologies (now an Ameritrade, Inc. subsidiary) in 1998. He served as a member of the ZiaSun stock option committee in 1998 to 2000. He worked Winius-Montandon, Inc. as a Commercial Real Estate Consultant and Appraiser in Phoenix, Arizona from 1988 to 1992. Mr. Montandon graduated from Arizona State University in 1988 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Finance.
Rui Santos Director of Business Development, Europe and Africa Mr. Rui Santos has over 15 years business and trading experience throughout Africa and Europe, with a proven track record of launching new and profitable business ventures and the creation of successful sales and trading strategies internationally. Fluent in five European and two African languages which facilitates communication at an international level (English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Afrikaans, Lingala and Swahili).Rui was born in Angola, and grew up in South Africa (with Portuguese heritage), he holds both Portuguese and Angolan citizenship. Rui holds a Finance degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa with an MBA from Manhattan College, New York, USA. Rui started as a junior trader and progressed to an executive director position with the Otterbea Group of Companies in Johannesburg, South Africa, before moving on to become Trade and Export Manager for Trados Pty Ltd in Cape Town South Africa. He then launched the company in Luanda, Angola, and finally in Lisbon, Portugal.With an extensive background in commodities and trading throughout the African region and diverse business experience in Europe, Rui's experience and knowledge adds and complements the existing depth and experience at IDVC.
Shawn Teigen Director Shawn Teigen has been working in corporate governance since 2000. He is currently a housing lobbyist at local, state and federal levels. Shawn holds a Masters of Public Policy and a B.S. in Management from the University of Utah. He sits on various public-sector and corporate boards. Additionally, Shawn is the president of an oil and gas company with operations in Texas, Wyoming and Colorado.Shawn rounds out his breadth of experience with the two years he spent as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakhstan.
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About Infrastructure Developments and Cleanfield Energy:
Cleanfield intends to develop CNG-related businesses in the United States. Cleanfield is working toward linking communities and vehicle fleet operators with the appropriate support programs and the technical expertise needed to successfully manage local transitions to clean energy vehicles. At the end of 2011 Infrastructure Developments Corp. opened a conversion location with Cleanfield in Tempe, Arizona, and intends to establish a regional network of conversion facilities and fueling points. This expansion will use a number of proven devices, including fully owned branches, franchises, and innovative joint ventures. Cleanfield is a voting member of the Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition and has received an invitation to join the Greater Houston NGV Alliance.
Watch Obama's video his words are from 12:33 cars and trucks will go twice as far on gas(CNG) will help to create 600,000 more jobs in the natural-gas industry.
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Ready Legislation A measure recently considered in Congress, the New Alternative Transportation to Give Americans Solutions Act, is aimed at this chicken-and-egg problem. It would, among other things, provide a 50 percent tax credit, up to a maximum of $100,000, for installing natural-gas filling stations and also encourage people and companies to buy more natural-gas vehicles.The Natgas Act is a rare piece of legislation these days -- it would not only address an important problem but do so sensibly, with bipartisan backing. (It is languishing in Congress partly because other industries that benefit from low natural-gas prices oppose it; they don't want transportation competing for the resource.) Still, given the potential benefits for energy policy and the economy, the Natgas Act should be even more ambitious.To provide a forceful incentive to create the needed filling stations, the federal government could provide an 80 percent tax credit, up to a maximum of $250,000, for additions to existing stations and $2 million for new stand-alone facilities, for the first 20,000 natural-gas stations built over the next three years. This would be the Natgas Act on steroids.It would make sense for many of the new facilities to be along national highways, to service long-haul trucks. (United Parcel Service Inc. is already trying to provide fueling for natural-gas trucks in the Los Angeles-Las Vegas corridor.)Assuming that half of the eligible 20,000 stations were add-ons to existing facilities and half were new ones, the maximum cost to the government over the next three years would be $22.5 billion, or about $7 billion a year. Twenty percent cost sharing for station builders would be high enough to force them to optimize locations and not build stations that have little or no economic value, yet still low enough to encourage construction.In exchange for that $7 billion a year or less, we would get a network of stations sufficient to make natural-gas vehicles a feasible alternative, while also putting more people back to work. It would be an economic stimulus today that would build a macroeconomic hedge for tomorrow.
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Interspec's current projects underway and under negotiation include:
Interspec's past and current client list:
- Design/Build - Construction of a new two (2) storey barracks, dining hall, kitchen facility, parking lots, perimeter fence, driveway, sidewalk system, and complete site utilities for the Joint Interagency Task Force West - US PACOM (JIATF-w) in conjunction with the Indonesia National Narcotics Board. The project is located in Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia. Contract Award September 2010
- Construction of seven (7) new Barracks, Wash Facilities, Food preparation, and dining facilities, Along with the repair of existing, and construction of additional roads, sidewalks, wells, lighting and electrical distribution, for the U.S. Navy's GPOI Training Facilities, Kampong Spoe, Cambodia. Completed the project in April 2010.
- Design/Build - Construction of a Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Training Facility, Camp Erawan, Thailand. The project consists of the construction for the U.S. Navy of a two-story shoot house for military training. Awarded May, 2009, completed January 21, 2010.
- Construction management of a 14-villa upscale private residential compound in Jom Tien, Thailand.
- Construction of the access road right of way for the Al Jais Mountain Resort, for the Government of Ras al Khaimah, UAE. The project involves the removal of 15 million tons of rock, and is compensated under an innovative scheme allowing the contractor to sell the removed rock.
- Management of construction of a 50,000 square foot office/warehouse in Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai UAE.
- Joint Interagency Task Force West - (JIATF-w)
- World Wide Auctioneers Group
- NAVFAC JUSMAGThai
- United States Pacific Command (PACOM)
- Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI)
- US Army - 411th Support Brigade
- Orient Overseas Development, Ltd - Hong Kong
Infrastructure Developments Corporation (IDVC) conducts its business through our subsidiary Interspec International, which is headquartered in the United States and focuses on project management in the Middle East, East Asia, and Oceania. Interspec fills an underserved niche in the global project spectrum, targeting specialized projects and subcontracts that are too small to attract the attention of the giant multinational firms but which still require world class engineering expertise. Interspec's managers have decades of engineering experience, not only in the boardroom but in the hands-on world of managing complex engineering enterprises in difficult political environments and high-threat situations.
Interspec was incorporated in Nevada on July 15, 2008, and maintains an executive office in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Interspec owns Intelspec International LLC, a Thai registered foreign branch, which manages projects in Southeast Asia from a business office and 5-acre lay down yard in Chonburi, Thailand. Interspec also owns 100% of Power Track Projects FZE, a United Arab Emirates registered Free Zone Enterprise that is licensed for project and equipment management in the UAE and currently manages projects for the government of the Emirate of Ras al Khaimah and for private clients in the UAE.
IDVC has the capacity to contract to manage projects for our clients at the parent company or subsidiary level, depending on the nature and location of the project.