Eric M.

Superintendent

I started in the construction field as a residential carpenter working on everything from footings to shingles before joining the military where I was an electrician for six years. I believe communication is one of the most crucial tools in managing construction projects, and it is a must-have trait for a successful superintendent. Completely a daily log with photos and making regular updates to the rolling schedule is something I take seriously – it’s critical not only for the trades, but for clients and designers as well.

It’s important to me that the end users of the space, as well as the designers and construction team are happy with both the end product and the overall construction experience. Seeing an end product with top-notch finishes and everything flowing together as it should is what I enjoy most.

Favorite Tool:

Weekly rolling schedules — they help the trades, clients, and designers do their jobs well.

Little Known Facts:

I spent a year in Kuwait with the military.
I went to school for a year for Law Enforcement before my military deployment.
I started working construction when I was 17.