General Superintendent

Eric brings over ten years of construction management experience to the Project Superintendent position at BUILD Commercial Construction. In this role he assumes responsibility for ensuring BUILD meets all contractual requirements. He works from start-to-finish on projects, as his involvement begins in the planning stage and carries through to close out. Throughout the project he closely monitors compliance with the project's design, budget and schedule.  

Eric's experience has made him adept at both the administrative and field work required for commercial projects. He knows what's required to keep a project on budget and on time, and interfaces easily with architects, engineers and clients. He's equally comfortable in an on-site role, whether it involves supervising craft employees, coordinating contractors or scheduling the most efficient use of materials and equipment. His technical background allows him to offer input on the interpretation of specs and drawings, evaluating construction method alternatives and matching the right equipment to the method selected.

Although Eric is accustomed to assuming a variety of roles while at the construction site, he always considers a safe work environment his primary concern. He is an expert in ensuring compliance with safety regulations. His background and technical expertise allow him to go beyond simply documenting safety violations by presenting options for corrective action and the means to implement them.

Eric has worked with a number of educational institutions on past projects, including universities in Hammond, LA ($33m budget) and Baton Rouge ($16m), elementary schools in LaPlace, LA ($23m), Metairie, LA ($2m), and Edgard, LA ($8m), as well as a high school in Reserve, LA ($12m). Other projects he has worked on include a performing arts center ($11m) and medical facility ($20m), both located in Plaquemine, LA, and a career and technical center in Baton Rouge ($10m).

Eric is a graduate of the Construction Engineering program at the University of Southern Mississippi.