“I started my career in construction around 15 years old as a general laborer. I did this for about two years and then got put on a framing crew. After graduating high school, I immediately joined the Marine Corps. I damaged my knee in a training exercise and was honorably discharged after two years. I came home and studied pre-engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology and construction management at Southern College of Technology. I worked for Hardin Construction as a laborer, then moved on to Barge Wagner Construction as a rod man. I was eventually promoted to Chief Field Engineer at Holder Construction.
I became a superintendent at 30 years old. I did this for about five years until my superiors discovered I could do paperwork and computer work and promoted me to a project manager, a position I’ve held since then. My favorite part of my job is satisfying the eventual end user, the owner. I strive to make them happy in order to earn repeat business.
My hobbies include riding my bike, working out, college football…ROLL TIDE! I enjoy spending time with my wife, Kelly, especially exploring Georgia. We have two children, Nick and Paige.”