In 2005 CAST Transportation established a terminal in Las Vegas, Nevada. This strategic move was in support of forthcoming low-level radioactive waste moving from multiple DOE sites. Our first major project was hauling 80 foot rebar steel caisson from Henderson, Nevada to the Venetian Hotel on the Vegas Strip. In a short time, CAST has earned the reputation of being a quality carrier and has increased our customer base tenfold. Over the last 6 years we have grown to a self-sufficient outside terminal. We have a 1.5 acre yard with more available when needed and a 3800 square foot office with an attached shop. We also have a mobile mechanic service that can service our trucks 24 hours a day.
Born and raised in Kearny, NJ, Pat Locasto began his career in the transportation industry in 1975. Pat relocated to Las Vegas in 1999 and later worked for JB Hunt, making local deliveries for Home Depot. He later went on to become the project manager and oversaw all home deliveries for Home Depot in the Las Vegas corridor. In 2006, Pat joined the CAST family as a local driver, growing into a dispatcher dispatch and then later on, Terminal Manager. Pat is happily married and has 2 children and 6 grandchildren. In his pastime, Pat tries to spend as much time with his grand kids as possible and loves watching baseball. He is a Yankees fan! We may give him a lot of grief for that, but Pat is a valued member of our team!