I've been in commercial construction a little over 20 years.
My dad was a framer and a glazer, so I was exposed to the industry as a kid. It was a comfortable career to step into and provide for my family.
Little did I know that over 20 years later I would still be doing it!
Through the years I've experienced a lot of different aspects of construction. I started working with concrete doing flatwork, and grew my skills over time. The experience in the field performing the work helps me keep jobs running smoothly.
I'm detail oriented and being able to lead a crew of people, even people you have never met, making something out of nothing.
Being able to drive around this town and show the kids and the family what I've been a part of is very satisfying.
Notable Career Projects
Centric/Jones • 1995 to 2000
As a carpenter, I learned various types of work in the field; concrete flatwork, dry packing, sack rubbing concrete walls, framing, installing backing, setting different types of doors and jambs, door hardware, form setting, and a few others.
Pinkard Construction • 2000 to March 2006
Opus • March 2006 to August 2015
General Foreman /Superintendent
Holland Construction • August 2015 to August 2016
Worked on the 17W project, 180 million dollar project, multistory with three towers 14 floors each. Commercial on the first floor with apartments above, about 580 units. Some of what I was overseeing is the elevators which there are thirteen, stairwells, misc. metals, mep level three down and the vertical to the roof. Also level three down with all finishes. This includes lobby finishes to parking garages. Level three is under all three towers and is five floors.
Opus • August 2016 to February 2018
I'm a guy of few words. I enjoy being outdoors and spending quality time with my family.