What drives J-Track’s excellence, perseverance and dedication? Leaders who live by the Marine Corp battle cry, Gung Ho, a fitting description of how everyone in the company, from the President down, enthusiastically collaborates, turns the difficult and the seemingly impossible into success, and succeeds where others fail.
Mitch Levine, President and Vice Presidents Christopher Vito and Scott Sbrocco have over 100 years combined expertise. Their commitment to customer satisfaction, safety and on-time performance, along with their dedication to their highly skilled employees, has paved the way for their expansion and growth of services.
Mitch has 50 years of experience in track and heavy civil construction. After serving two Vietnam tours in the U.S. Marine Corp, he became a track laborer, rose through the ranks and in 2007 became co-owner and President of J-Track, LLC. Through his hard work and Marine Corp values, he built J-Track into a very successful and well-respected company.
The best description of Mitch is Gung Ho, and his live-by Marine Corp principle: “Enthusiastic, eager, work together in war & peace”. He is hands on, determined and the ultimate team player. Where others fail, J-Track has turned the difficult and impossible into success. Under his leadership, J-Track restored the MTA’s A-Line after Superstorm Sandy and lead the Long Island Railroad’s third-track construction. Constructing the Intrepid Museum’s new extended pier, building the new Police Academy in Queens, and structuring Con Edison’s gas mains throughout Queens are other highlights. Organizations know to call upon Mitch and his J-Track team to get the job done right.
Scott is Co-Founder and a sought-after leader at J-Track, with more than 32 years of experience in heavy civil construction. He is responsible for managing J-Track’s finances and business development, and is a constant source of guidance to project managers, keeping a pulse on all aspects of J-Track.
Scott’s diverse background and firsthand knowledge makes him uniquely qualified to support the team. From a draftsperson at the Ohio Department of Transportation to an estimator and field engineer within the Heavy Division of J.A. Jones Construction, his project experience is broad and deep and includes major rail and track rehabilitations, subway station modernizations, rail yards, bus depots, signal projects, bridges and viaducts, as well as piers, dams and roadways for top clients such as New York City Transit, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Long Island Rail Road, CSX, and New York & Atlantic Railway.