Who We Are
Our mission is to develop, acquire, own, and manage properties that provide for the current and future needs of our tenants. We believe that our tenants are our life blood; that our brokers, vendors and contractors are our partners; and that our employees are our greatest assets. Our properties will benefit the communities they are in and efficiently utilize the company's labor and capital.
Our vision is to be a world class provider of working environments for businesses.
Mark IV Capital is guided by our management team of seasoned professionals, and is supported by industry leaders who make up our Board of Directors.
Paul M. Cate
CEO / President
With over thirty-five years of executive experience in the real estate development and financial services fields, Mr. Cate has guided the company since 1998 setting the strategic direction and actively managing the execution of corporate goals.
Patrick T. Jones
VP - Business Development
A graduate .of UCLA, with prior experience in brokerage at CB and managing a private real estate portfolio with Boeing Real Estate, Mr. Jones is responsible for building relationships with clients and potential partners who share our values and commitment towards the pursuit of high value opportunities.
Stephen A. Metzger
Chief Operating Officer
An alumnus of Deloitte and Touche and Arnel Development Company, Mr. Metzger guides the financial and tax affairs of the company; including contract review, financings, closings, and lease execution.
Maria L. Timon
Chief Financial Officer
Joining the company in 1997 from KPMG Peat Marwick, Ms. Timon is responsible for all aspects of financial reporting; including partner reporting, management reporting, board reports, audits, financial statements, and job cost systems.
Every summer Mark IV Capital brings each of our valued employees from all satellite offices and Orange County headquarters together for a team outing. Our company also partners frequently with volunteer programs such as, Rebuilding Together, Habitat for Humanity, Operation Interdependence and American Family Housing.