Your simpler outfitting solution partner
Cazador is a multi-service provider, delivering Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) and Initial Outfitting and Transition (IO&T) services to military and civilian health facilities around the world. Our customers come to us for turnkey solutions and rapid delivery of specialized services through multiple phases of their projects. More importantly, they trust us because we continually deliver on our promise of quality, innovation, schedule and cost.
Cazador is owned by Akima, LLC — a NANA Company. The NANA Development Corporation is an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) that represents the Iñupiat people of Northwest Alaska. NANA was formed as part of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) enacted by Congress. ANCSA intended to resolve the long-standing issue of aboriginal land claims in Alaska and to create a mechanism for economic development in Alaska, particularly in rural areas. It was Congress’ intent that Alaska Native people, the shareholders of private corporations created by the Act, would guide this development.
Why is this important?
NANA is 100% owned by the Iñupiat people of Northwest Alaska. Our 14,000 shareholders maintain cultural ties to the region their ancestors have inhabited for more than 10,000 years.
Cazador profits are invested in:
- Maximizing economic growth for the people of the NANA region via regional infrastructure development and annual dividend distribution
- Protecting and enhancing vital resources, ensuring that the land and environment can provide for our shareholders for many years to come
- Promoting healthy communities and supporting Iñupiat culture
- Improving education via scholarships and internships
- Providing vocational training and business leadership—thousands of shareholders are employed by NANA companies
Experience is a critical component in the successful outfitting of today’s state-of-the-art health facilities. Cazador’s federal and commercial clients benefit from a team of experts with decades of hands-on experience managing the most complex projects around the world.
David has a successful 25-year track record in sales management, operations, logistics, systems and personnel management. At Cazador, he is responsible for assembling a team of proven experts to deliver turnkey Initial Outfitting and Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) solutions to the federal and commercial marketplace. Before Cazador, David was COO of TKC Integration Services, where he successfully implemented the back-office programs necessary to sell and manage federal government contracts. He has also held executive positions at GovConnection (PCCC) and GTSI. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.
Mark Dias, FACHE
As Cazador’s Operations Director, Mark is responsible for overseeing all project operations and supervising the work of over 20 Cazador employees. These employees implement initial outfitting and transition projects for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies as well as customers in the commercial sector. Before joining Cazador, Mark served a distinguished military career retiring with the rank of Major from the US Air Force with over 20 years of active service, 14 of which were in military healthcare administration. Mark is a solutions-oriented, organizational leader with cross-functional knowledge in medical administrative requirements to include, budgeting, scheduling, productivity, logistics, and the ability to identify the most cost effective procedures and product lines. Mark has his BA from Southern California College and a Masters in Business Administration from William Carey College.
Dyana Azzolino, NCIDQ
Director of Design