TLI Construction leadership is committed to establishing long-standing client relationships built on trust, superior quality and exemplary project results. (Click photos for bio.)

Cindy Lincicome

Cindy Lincicome, F.SAME

President/CEO cindy@tliconstruction.net

Cindy Lincicome, F.SAME

Cindy Lincicome, F.SAME

Cindy brings more than 25 years of senior management experience, including a decade of strategic development and plan execution at high-growth companies in the architecture, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) industry. Cindy is an exceptional leader, communicator, and problem-solver with a keen client-needs assessment aptitude, which has earned her more than 15 awards in recognition of her excellence and contributions to the A/E/C industry and professional organizations. As CEO of TLI Construction, she leads the TLI Construction team and works with leadership to develop and implement the corporate vision, mission and strategic direction.

In her career, Cindy has been directly responsible for the recognized revenue growth of A/E/C companies. Her experience in federal construction projects also extends into the overall Operational Control, Management and Coordination. Cindy will share that over her career, she has learned from the best in the business and now shares her experience and passion to partner with clients, subcontractors and employees to deliver high quality projects.

Cindy leads TLI's multi-state business operations and is responsible for:

  • Operations (procurement, logistics, pricing, project performance, conflict resolution)
  • Fiscal Activity (budgeting, reporting, auditing, financial goals)
  • Human Resources
  • Client Relations
  • Business Development
  • Strategic Project Development (staff integration)

Cindy’s personalized, hands-on approach to project execution assures clients that projects will be successfully delivered with a focus on customer satisfaction.

Community and Professional Organizations

Since 2002, Cindy has multiple years of leadership positions and management roles at the local, regional and national levels of the Society of American Military Engineers (100 year old highly respected organization). She provides unparalleled leadership, inspiration, operational experience, strategic client and partner relationship development, technical breadth, and passion for client care.

Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)

  • National President (2022-present)
  • National Centennial Commissioner (2018-2022)
  • Membership Community of Interest, Chair (2018-Present)
  • National Vice President (2016 – 2018)
  • National Executive Board (2015 – Present)
  • National Board of Direction (2011 – Present)
  • National Vice President (2016 – 2018)
  • Regional Vice Present (2012 – 2015)
  • Local Post Board of Director Positions (2006 – Present)

National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC)

  • Member (2020)

Tom McGetrick


Tom McGetrick

Tom McGetrick

Tom has over 30 years’ experience performing as a Project Manager, Project Superintendent, Quality Control Manager, and Construction Representative on construction projects throughout the United States. He brings experience in all phases of construction with military and non-military projects, including but not limited to, multi-faceted management and leadership roles, production and support areas for design-build, new construction, and sustainment and renovation of various facility types.

Tom brings “Cradle-to-Grave” construction management experience, including:

  • Coordination of field activities with the Project Manager
  • Supervision of all on-site operations
  • Direction of all site labor and subcontractors
  • Coordination of field work with technical staff.

As Vice President, Construction, Tom reviews and identifies scope of work changes, acceptance and approval of materials and supplies, assignment of project labor staff, and maintenance of equipment and material logistics systems.

Tom’s commitment to safety and quality on all projects is recognized by the long-term relationships with federal agencies and a proven subcontractor resource pool.

Xochilt Adame

Xochilt Adame

VP Contract Administration

Xochilt Adame

Cindy Lincicome

Xochilt brings 14 years of construction office administration experience, including assisting clients, managing an office and staff in the architecture, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) industry. For the past 10 years she has been responsible for the successful day-to- day administration of over 500 general construction contracts in the federal construction industry across multiple regions of the country. Xochilt’s indepth understanding of the Tungsten, Wide Area Work Flow and FICEN applications for a variety of federal clients, including VA, GSA, ARMY, USCG, AIRFORCE Departments allows her to work closely with project managers to prepare and organize project billings.

Xochilt’s daily administrative management activities for TLI Construction projects includes:

  • Administration of all general and subcontractor contracts
  • Administration of all project budgets
  • Submitting and tracking all monthly project billings and collections to (and from) multiple customers and subcontractors.
  • Coordination with project team in the final close out documentation for all general and subcontractor contracts

Xochilt’s long term relationships with corporate subcontractors and vendors ensures that the project team is continually collaborating and delivery services and supplies at the highest level while meeting construction code, contract design specifications, and project schedules.


TLI Construction brings a strong team of highly skilled and experienced construction professionals that include project managers, estimators, superintendents, carpenters, laborers, trades specialists, quality control managers and safety specialists. TLI Construction’s staff share our passion and commitment to bring excellence to all our projects. Many bring specialized experience to ensure quality craftsmanship and outstanding project results and a shared success in managing projects in occupied facilities, remote locations, and medical facilities.

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TLI Construction recognizes that an integral element to our Teamwork is the long-standing relationships with subcontractor partners who have proven track records and are recognized for safety and quality performance. TLI Construction has established relationships with many of the region's leading architects, engineers, and specialty contractors who share our project philosophy. TLI Construction collaborates with our Team to ensure that we exceed our client’s objectives and goals throughout each project.


  • $10 Million Single
  • $30 Million Aggregate


  • SBA 8(a) Certified
  • Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
  • Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB)
  • Minority-Owned (African American/Hispanic)
  • DUNS: 117247406 / 117928017
  • CAGE Code: 8F1P7
  • California Contractors License: #899013


236220—Commercial and Institutional Building Construction


237310—Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
237990—Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
238110—Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
238120—Structural Steel and Precast Concrete Contractors
238130—Framing Contractors
238190—Other Foundation, Structure and Building Exterior Contractors
238210—Industrial Building Construction
238310—Drywall and Insulation Contractors
238320—Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
238330—Flooring Contractors
238350—Finish Carpentry Contractors
238390—Other Building Finishing Contractors
238910— Site Preparation
238990— All Other Specailty Trade


TLI Construction is an active member of industry organizations. The services we provide are enhanced by these associations, as means for strengthening existing relationships, cultivating new ones, and gaining technical knowledge. Since 2007, TLI Construction has proudly supported the communities and industry in which we live and work. We are passionate about giving back and making a difference! TLI Construction is currently a member or active in the following organizations supporting the construction industry and our communities:


  • Society of American Military Engineers
  • Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
  • National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)