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May Employee Spotlight: David Capozzoli, Senior Account Executive

In our latest Employee Spotlight, we feature David Capozzoli of L2 Structures, whose energy and client relationship skills make him a valued team member.

Ben Anderson
May 8, 2024

Welcome to our May edition of the Employee Spotlight at L2 Structures! This month, we're thrilled to introduce you to David Capozzoli, a vibrant and dedicated member of our team whose energy and enthusiasm are as inspiring as his contributions to our projects. David joined L2 Structures attracted by our team-oriented culture and the opportunity to make an immediate impact. From idyllic weekend getaways filled with surfing and hiking to his passionate advocacy against child trafficking, David embodies a dynamic blend of professional excellence and personal commitment. Join us as we delve into his world, exploring everything from his proudest moments to the superpower he wishes he had. Get ready to be inspired by David's story and his visionary outlook on both his life and career at L2 Structures.

What inspired you to join the team here?

During the interview process, I got to meet the entire team and learn about the culture that was being built. The most resonating thing is that the team was not only building something awesome already, but they were curious as to what I wanted to bring to the table. It was great feeling an immediate sense of contribution prior to even getting the offer! 

What would your perfect weekend look like?

My perfect weekend would be taking off on a Thursday night (With Friday off) to head out and get on a boat early Friday morning. We'd surf in the sunshine and then link up to some friends boats for some music, food, and swimming in the afternoon. Friday night would be a barbecue at a friend's house and picking up some out of town friends from the airport. Saturday would be a super early morning hike, followed by brunch at our favorite Denver spot. After brunch, we'd head home to get cleaned up and ready for a concert at Red rocks. We'd load the coolers and chairs and speakers into the truck and head up to have the best pre-game in the upper south lot. We'd dance the night away and head home. Sunday morning would be a home cooked breakfast with the friends from out of town, followed by a mix of goodbyes and prepping for the next perfect weekend. 

What’s a cause that you are passionate about?

Child trafficking. It gets almost 0 media attention, and is more prevalent than most of the mainstream "issues" we have in America. I've been working with a few organizations with simple donations, and co-brainstorming ideas on how to be more involved as well as get this cause more media attention. 

Where do you think you can have the biggest impact in your role?

Relationships. My energy levels would challenge most human beings. I have the capacity to meet and retain knowledge of products and people, giving me a competitive advantage in an industry that definitely wants good rapport with its clients. Repeat clients is 0 dollar marketing, and that's invaluable to the company. 

When have you felt the proudest and why?

Graduating College. I was the only member of my 25+ Extended family generation to graduate college. It was such a cool feeling finishing something with no outside motivation or storyline to follow. 

How do you typically approach problem-solving?

Three prong. First, gather information. This involves the problem, the "ask", and the parameters around what a solution needs to fit inside of. Second, utilize resources to organize said information. This means asking questions, using knowledge already acquired, and making some sort of solution with it. Last, take action. This can be a simple conversation, a full fledged quote, or a consultative answer to something. 

What industry changes or trends do you think will have the biggest impact?

Price and Regulations. It's really simple. Pricing of materials and other competitors will always cause big rifts. Regulations on permitting, snow load, wind load and otherwise will always cause us to need new innovative ideas. 

If you could pick any superpower, what would it be and why?

Teleport, and it's not even close. I could live anywhere at any time, and maintain jobs, friends, relationships, passions, and never drive again.

About the author

Ben Anderson

Ben is the CEO with extensive managerial, financial, and engineering experience. Before L2, Ben worked as a civil engineer in California, providing land development services; he still holds an active professional engineering license in California.

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