About Team Civil Solutions
Government Contracting for Emergency Funds,
Grant Management and Disaster Recovery
TCS is committed to solving the hardest problems that provide our customers with the positive outcomes they desire!
TCS has extensive experience serving local and state governments and continual compliance with federal programs around the country. We consistently demonstrate our abilities, professionalism, and success in providing title, closing and foreclosure services for various agencies. TCS's high level of understanding of the title and closing process ensures our clients have peace of mind and confidence that program deliverables will be performed accurately and satisfactory, in a timely and professional manner by a flexible and sincere group. Based on our experience with over 13 years with repeat clients and our work history, TCS upholds our solid integrity, reputation, judgment and expertise with federally funded programs. We have the organizational capacity and skilled professionals with expertise in government services and program management assignments.
Owner/ Attorney/ Project Director
Thomas Richards is the Owner of TCS and serves as Project Director for many of our government programs. Thomas possesses 10 years of experience on a multitude of CDBG-DR projects, with a specialization in Title Review and Closings. Mr. Richards currently supports the Restore LA project doing includes provision of closing, title, process development, legal and ownership eligibility issues resolution. Working as the Project Director, Closing Disbursement and Title Services, for Louisiana Road Home Program, Mr. Richards closed more than 60,000 Grant Transactions and more that 4,000 sale transactions since June of 2007 as one of two title companies through 2009, and now as the sole title company performing closing and title services for the program. Mr. Richards created and carried out accurate, error-free, yet fast escrow account disbursement. With Mr. Richards experience and expertise in Escrow Accounting, he was able to disburse up to $60M within a 72-hour disbursement deadline imposed by HUD.
Albert J. (A.J.) Campani II
Attorney/ IT Support/ Document Control & Management
Mr. Campani is a Partner and Attorney-At-Law at Team Title, LLC. His primary role includes drafting original documents for residential and commercial real estate transactions, abstracts and examination of titles, curative work, conducting closings, issuing title opinions and insurance policies, coordinating underwriting requirements with lenders, resolving post-sale curative issues with insurers, reviewing contracts, small business formations, franchise representation, civil litigation (including real property actions), estate planning, family law and successions.
A.J. received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy. He earned his Juris Doctor at Tulane University, where he was an officer of the Martin Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta and a founding member of the Law & Philosophy Society. After graduation, he practiced as a civil rights attorney in New Orleans, and subsequently represented plaintiffs in complex asbestos litigation, where he gained extensive experience with motion practice and civil procedure, and served as lead counsel on a reported case tried to the La. Supreme Court.
Vice President of Business Development
Kevin Pond directs all business development outreach for the firm including the full lifecycle of government, agency, and commercial bidding, teaming opportunities, and documentation of responses to RFPs, RFIs and RFQs. He manages the planning, organization, resource assignments, and logistical coordination of the bidding process.
Mr. Pond is responsible for facilitating schedules, task assignments, and follow-up for proposal process including client communications during bid closeout. Mr. Pond has 20 years of strategic sales planning, business development, client account management, and personnel development experience. He is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University.
Gregory (Greg) Kelly
Operations & Compliance Manager
Greg Kelly is the Executive Project Manager/ Operations & Compliance Manager for TCS’s role in federal and state grant recipient programs. He is responsible for overseeing the administrative and operational sides of grant recipient programs. During his 14 years with TCS and sister company Team Title, Greg has been involved with and/or managed multiple government and state programs, most notably as the Accounting Manager during Louisiana’s Road Home Program. During that time, Greg played an invaluable role towards the administrative, distribution, and reporting involved in the distribution of over 4 billion dollars to those affected by Hurricane Katrina. Greg has played a key role in the development and buildout of multiple program platforms as they relate to grant agreement closings and disbursement of applicant funds.
Having family members who have been directly affected by natural disasters, Gregory truly empathizes with grant recipients as they weave through the processes of recovery. Greg’s empathy brings clarity to his team and himself as to why, “what we do is so important to so many”. Greg is a recent graduate of Tulane University, fulfilling a promise he made to himself many years ago.
Senior Project Manager
Cody began his career in real estate directly out of college. Since 2007, Cody has been extensively involved in a variety of government projects focused on disaster recovery. Cody was instrumental in the management of the Louisiana Road Home project and also the development of policies and procedure for same. Further, Cody has lent his knowledge and expertise to both small state projects and large federal projects. Currently, Cody is a lead manager for Team Title on the the Restore Louisiana Project, where he has been involved since its beginning. In that capacity, Cody has helped develop the technology, procedures and policies for the title and closing work that our team is performing for the State of Louisiana and those thousands residents affected by the catastrophic floods of 2016.