Gus Castillo Vertical Transportation Consultant

Gus Castillo



About Gus

Prior to joining Lerch Bates, Gus served in the capacity of Manager for a Dallas-based elevator inspection firm at which he gained valuable experience in sales, customer service, marketing, and profit/labor management. Gus joined the Lerch Bates family in March of 2015 as a Project Support Technician (PST) serving out of our Dallas Regional Office. His role and responsibility within Lerch Bates grew as he was promoted to Office Manager of the Lerch Bates inspection division known as Lerch Bates Inspection Services (LBIS) in September of 2015. In late 2018, Lerch Bates sold the Inspection Services line of business, and Gus was retained to serve as a Project Manager, Elevator Consulting Group. His current role involves project organization from proposal to deliverable and supporting our existing building consultants with modernisation and maintenance specifications, maintenance audits, building acquisition services and serving as primary intermediary between client and consultant to ensure Class A level of responsiveness.

Areas of Expertise

Related Experience

  • JP Morgan Chase HQ, Plano, TX
  • Greenwood Leflore Hospital, Greenwood, MS
  • American Airlines, DFW Airport, Terminal E
  • Museum Tower, Dallas, TX
  • AT&T, Dallas, TX
  • Thompson Reuters, Dallas, TX
  • Galleria Towers, Dallas, TX
  • Extended Stay Modernization, Irving, TX
  • Baylor, Scott, and White Hospital System, Dallas
  • Dallas Central Library Modernization, Dallas, TX
  • ATIS/LBIS Transition
  • The Buzz Condominiums, Dallas, TX
  • Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre
  • VISN 15
  • First Baptist Church of Dallas
  • Eastfield Community College Modernization
  • J. Erik Johnson Library Modernization
  • Bureau of Engraving, Fort Worth, TX
  • DAS Love Field Elevator Study and Modernization
  • Dallas County Records
  • Dallas Museum of Arts


Richland College, Richardson, TX, – Business Administration

Office Location

Dallas, TX

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