Pilsun and Chuck Marvin
Co-Founders of RSI
Pilsun & Chuck co-founded RSI in 1994 to provide unbiased representation to owners. Pilsun is a licensed General Contractor (GC). Prior to awarding ownership of RSI to Michael LeLiever and Rosemary Grant, she oversaw the business side of the company, including accounting and administrative functions involving human resources, benefits, and other functions. She now provides oversight and training.
Chuck served as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division out of high school and attended Methodist University near Fort Bragg for two years upon discharge. He then moved to Korea for two years attending Maryland University while teaching English to the Seoul Police Academy, Korean Department of Agriculture, and the Joong-Ang Cultural Center.
Professionally, Chuck experienced manufacturing and quality control in the mid-1980s, working for BF Goodrich in their roofing Division (Tremco) for four years. He then learned the contracting business as an officer for four years at Simon Roofing until he and Pilsun founded RSI in 1994.
Several technical articles regarding energy conservation, managing hazardous materials, effective asset management, and more have been authored by Chuck, with the International Institute of Building Consultants (IBEC) awarding him the Richard M Horowitz Award for Excellence in writing in Interface magazine. He has spoken in many forums, including IIBEC’s International Convention, Technical colleges, and various engineering associations.
Chuck has been certified as an expert witness in multiple states. His published work has been cited in court regarding environmental issues, safety issues, and general disputes. His work has also been cited with an Industry wide alert bulletins issued by IBEC and referenced by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA).
Now semi-retired, Chuck and Pilsun enjoy both of their daughter’s families complete with beautiful granddaughters and grandpuppies. Humanitarian efforts, playing Hwatu (cards) with Harmony (grandmother), and hiking consume the remainder of their time.