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SIOTS' Leadership Team boasts more years of military healthcare Initial Outfitting and TransitionPlanning (IO&T) and Initial Outfitting and Commodities (IO&C) experience than any other company. Our team has a combined resume of over 100 IO&T and healthcare facility projects, in addition to years of experience in their respective professions. SIOTS has the experience and the technical expertise to complete even the most complex IO&T projects. The SIOTS team has successfully collaborated on numerous projects CONUS / OCONUS and has mastered the formula for delivering seamless medical IO&T solutions to our customers. SIOTS provides a turn-key packaged solution for the products and services required for timely building occupancy.

SIOTS' Team Members Boast the Following Certifications and Professional Affiliations:


Grant Bonser - General ManagerGrant Bonser
General Manager
Grant is a proven leader with over 20 years in the Health Facilities, Initial Outfitting and TransitionPlanning (IO&T), Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E), and Turn-key Construction industries. He worked with the Air Force Medical Support Agency (AFMSA) in the development of their IO&T program. He also negotiated and managed the largest USAF IO&T project awarded to date ($60 million). He has been awarded and has executed more USAF IO&T projects than any other individual or company. Grant has created and managed 2 successfulIO&T companies, Cazador and SIOTS. Grant also set-up the Public Health and Furniture Divisions at TKCIS; thus introducing the federal marketplace to turn-key healthcare solutions. Grant has worked on numerous healthcare IO&T contracts with government executives, program managers, and contracting officers. He understands how to deliver turn-key solutions for FF&E and IO&T in a timely manner. Grant has also managed the marketing, sales, operations, and manufacturing direction of NORLAB, a technical lab, healthcare capital, metal furniture equipment, design service, and turn-key construction company in which he was responsible for 3 Companies with 4 offices in 3 countries. Grant is a visionary business man who understands the IO&T world and has proven his ability to deliver desired results in a timely fashion.
Gil Weston - Director of Initial OutfittingGil G. Weston, PMP
Director of Initial Outfitting
Gil Weston's credentials and experience in Initial Outfitting for military medical facilities are unmatched. His 21 years in the United States Air Force (Highest Rank: Lieutenant Colonel)were focused almost entirely on healthcare facilitiesin the Air Force Medical Service. Gil participated in 70+ medical facility projects from 1988-2009 during his tenure in the U.S. Air Force. He understands the issues, the constraints, and the opportunities that affect each IO&T assignment. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and offers a strong background in medical equipment acquisitions, supply chain management, finance, facility master planning, and project management. Gil has extensive knowledge of the Military Health System, federal government contract procedures, and a successful track record of managing multi-disciplinary teams in the execution of large projects both in the U.S. and internationally.As Chief of Medical Facilities while employed by another firm, Gil participated in over 20 Medical IO&T and FF&E contracts CONUS / OCONUS. His extensive health facilities knowledge and hands-on experience make him a critical asset for SIOTS' clients as they embark on Initial Outfitting and Healthcare Transition projects.
Veronica Curl - Director of Interior DesignVeronica Adams Curl, IIDA, KYCID
NCIDQ Certification# 028476
Kentucky Certified Interior Designer # 0295CID
Director of Interior Design

Veronica boasts over 18 years of interior design experience and an extensive background in Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E), Initial Outfitting and Transition Planning (IO&T), and project management in both government and private sectors.Veronica displays the proven ability to successfully collaborate with government executives, program managers, and contracting officers to understand, identify, and deliver desired project results in a timely manner. She is skilled in space planning, product training, quality control, and project coordination with a focus in military healthcare facilities.Veronica participated in over 20 healthcare IO&T contractsworldwide while employed by another firm. She was also responsible for maintaining and managing all aspects of the largest IO&T project awarded to date($60M 2008 GSA / AFMSAcontract) encompassing the simultaneous IO&T of 14 Air Force healthcare facilities across the United States. As Director of Interior Design, Veronica is responsible for leading the SIOTS' team of certified interior designers toplan, design, and develop comprehensive interior design (CID) and artwork packages in accordance with federal government and commercial interior design guidelines worldwide.
Jeremy Bailey - Project ManagerJeremy Bailey
Project Manager / Quality Control Manager
Jeremy is a former Captain in the United States Air Force with specialized knowledge in medical space planning, design, construction, and quality control with a focuson military healthcare environments. Jeremy was an ROTC 5year scholarship winner and has a Bachelor's Degreein Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Cum Laude. He offers vast USAF medical IO&T project management and leadership experience and has managed up to 19 simultaneous healthcare facility projects at one time. He most recently served as lead AF designer for all medical projects on Lackland AFB: 770,000+ GSF of new construction valued at over half a billion dollars. While serving in the Air Force Jeremy participated in 10 medical IO&T contracts, and numerous healthcare facility projects. As Project Manager for SIOTS, Jeremy's responsibilities include planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives. Jeremy has the knowledge and experience to work closely with the designers, executive leadership, and medical discipline experts in order to provide the latest technological and process improvements in facility design.
John Galindo
Director of Medical Equipment Planning
John's expertise comes with 33+ years of experience in military technology, healthcare, and medical equipment planning. Nearly half of his honorable 20-year military career included military medical technology. In his 8+ years in Air Force Clinical Engineering, he quickly moved through the ranks ending his military career as a Medical Logistics Superintendent. His post military experience endeavored into medical equipment planning. His first major achievement supported one of the largest DOD healthcare construction projects in recent history, the creation of the San Antonio Military Medical Center, or SAMMC, a $2B construction and initial outfitting project that included state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, along with a completely new burn unit, famous in the United States for treating burn victims coming back from deployments. John has worked on various projects ranging from strictly initial outfitting to design-bid-build-initial-outfitting, or DBIO. He has experienced all aspects of medical construction working with architects, engineers, and construction managers ranging from small departmental renovations to new constructions of ambulatory surgical centers and hospitals around the world. John brings with him a breadth of experience in Radiology, Pathology, Surgery, Pharmacy, Inpatient/Outpatient Clinical Healthcare, and Dental. As a medical equipment planner at SIOTS/Holitna, John is responsible for overseeing the programs for medical equipment planning, equipment reutilization, the inventory management system, product specifications, procurements, vendor management (including vendor training), equipment delivery and installs, and biomedical equipment services.
Kathy Marcero
Director of Operational Readiness and Transition Planning
Kathy Marcero has over 20 years of experience in healthcare project management and transition planning. Her career started as a project manager for a local moving company in Michigan where she was responsible for planning and managing the relocation needs of several clients, to include: managing daily moving activities and large-scale projects for a multi-site commercial hospital system - The Detroit Medical, daily personnel moves for General Motors and Visteon, and laboratory moves for Pfizer. In 2009 Kathy shifted to IO&T project management and transition planning within the military sector. Since then Kathy has completed many projects all over the world both as a Project Manager and as a Transition Planner. Her unique background allows her to understand the needs of the client as well as the needs of our moving vendors resulting in seamless transitions for everyone involved. Kathy's experience as both a Project Manager and a Transition Planner as well as her B.S. in Healthcare Management from Western Governor's University make her an invaluable asset to our organization.

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