About Our Construction Company

Construction quality and value have been at the core of our construction company since its inception. Strong startup and commissioning capabilities make E Contractors exceptionally qualified to manage multifaceted construction projects with a preemptive approach to construction management that lowers cost, improves quality and minimizes construction claims.

E Contractors innovative construction techniques coupled with a team of highly qualified construction management professionals result in efficient and streamlined construction projects. Our expansive knowledge base and access to invaluable resources enable us to deploy any project, anywhere, with unmatched expertise. We understand and stringently abide by construction regulations and labor laws with a proven track record that is a testament of our commitment to excellence.

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Learn more about how E Contractors, a trusted general contractor, can assist with you project. Call us today at 713-493-2500 or submit our contact form.

Our Approach

Preemptive Management

E Contractors leads with a preemptive approach to construction management. This lowers cost, improves quality and minimizes construction claims. We offer construction management services for clients in core markets focusing on providing cost confidence and expert insight. Our strong startup and commissioning capabilities, make us exceptionally qualified to manage multifaceted construction projects.

Our Cooperatives

Official Contract Holder

E Contractors holds a job order contract for construction services for the following:

Choice Partners

Buy Board -100

Buy Board

The Interlocal Purchasing System -100

Interlocal Purchasing System

1Government Procurement Alliance -100

1Government Prodcurement Alliance

National Interlocal Purchasing Alliance -100

National Interlocal Purchasing Alliance

Purchasing Cooperative of America -100

Purchasing Cooperative of America
Our Clients

 Experience with Excellence

E Contractors is an experienced General Contractor working with Public and Commercial Clients. Our team has managed numerous projects for municipalities, state and local agencies, independent school districts, colleges and universities. Our extensive experience with repair and renovation projects through Job Order Contract (JOC) has resulted in us being awarded competitively bid contracts with Cooperative Purchasing Networks.  This makes it even easier for our Public Sector clients to manage their facilities with greater efficiency and flexibility.

Clear Creek ISD

 

Fort Bend ISD (JOC)

 

Houston Community College

 

Aldine ISD

 

City of Houston (JOC)

 

City of Webster

 

City of Sugar Land
University of Houston

 

Prairie View A&M

 

NASA – Johnson Space Center
Texas Department of Transportation

 

Lone Star College System

 

Spring Branch ISD
Our Management Team

Team of Experts

E Contractors leverages more than a century of combined professional experience spanning core competencies including construction management, financial advisory and in-depth project management. Our network of construction resources and human capital is the catalyst for our robust mobilization of skilled construction teams and progressive methodologies making our expertise an integral component for construction success. We secure labor through carefully selected subcontractors that have a demonstrated history of safety performance, excellence, and viable success.

Irfan ABji

Irfan Abji

Principal

Irfan Abji is the founder and President of Oakdale Group, a conglomerate which is the parent company of E Contractors USA LLC. Mr. Abji is a well renowned financial consultant who has helped many entrepreneurs in matter of finance and risk.

Mr. Abji’s experience in founding and managing successfully run companies has put demand from investors to invest into the companies he is involved in whereby giving birth to various subsidiaries as private equity procurements.

  • 23 years of Executive Management and Business Development experience
  • In-depth knowledge of finance and risk transference
  • Past industry experience in the following core competencies and sectors: Real Estate Development, Construction, Infrastructure, Finance/Banking, Insurance/Risk, Sports/Entertainment, Hospitality

2014 – Present                  E-Contractors USA, LLC  Houston, Texas
Chief Financial Officer / Principal

 

1998 – Present                  Oakdale Group of Companies, LLC.
President / C.E.O

Founded and currently managing a financial consulting conglomerate in Houston, Texas. Company deals with the origination of residential mortgages, commercial loans, small business finance and insurance. Subsidiaries of the parent company, Oakdale Group of Companies, LLC. includes:

  • Oakdale Capital Funding, LLC. – Mortgage Brokers
  • Oakdale Insurance Group, LLC. – Insurance Agency
  • E Contractors USA, LLC. – Construction Company
  • Monarch Private Equities, LLC. – Real Estate Investments
  • Oakdale Advisors, LLC. – Financial Advisors

 

1995 – 1998                       Transcontinental Products & Services, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer

Founded and managed a merchant banking firm focused  on international infrastructure projects. The company procured financing for international companies with projects in the range of over $25 million.

Projects included the construction of gas stations in Russia, construction and buil-out of low income housing in Belize, turnkey project of a glass bottle factory in Poland and telecommunications project involving the Russian Government and a U.S.-based satellite company.

 

1991 – 1995                       Texas Syndications, Inc.
President

Acted as the primary contact in the America’s for family owned businesses in Africa. Responsibilities included the expansion and diversification of the businesses in the US and Canada. Projects included the development , construction and development of various hotels around the United States, investment into the expansion of the NBA into Canada, set up of country representation for AT&T, NCR and Microsoft in various countries in Africa.

 

1986 – 1991                       CitiBank FSB.
Loan Executive

Sold secondary mortgages for the bank based in Southern California. Duties included the management of $2 Million pipeline. Awarded “Salesperson of the Region” 3 years in a row, Citipride (the highest recognition within Citibank), and attained highest dollar volume within the entire institution.

Manny Garcia- Blue

Manny Garcia

Managing Director

Mr. Garcia commands an all-encompassing knowledge of a multitude construction disciplines. He serves as E-Contractors primary point of contact and is responsible for managing the overall performance of every work order derived from Job Order Contracts or any other type of delivery system.

He trains and supervises all Project Managers in the work order estimating process by ensuring accuracy and precision of estimates and materials. He negotiates, executes, closes out work orders, monitors related administrative support and provides final approval for all work order activities. Mr. Garcia is also responsible for maintaining managerial foresight for all work performed, and is in direct verbal communication with the project staff on a daily basis while monitoring reports generated by the client’s team.

He will serve as the primary client point of contact for all contract level issues. Mr. Garcia has effectively managed work forces consisting of 10 to 150 personnel. Ensured timeliness and quality of work and allocated resources in response to requirements and workloads. Throughout his career he has completed hundreds of projects, both in the private industry and Job Order Contracting arena. He is resourceful, innovative in problem solving, adapts quickly to challenges, he is strong in prioritization, delegation and planning skills.

He draws on over 45 years of experience in design, engineering and construction technologies, to advise clients on a wide range of building methods and means. The history that Mr. Garcia has with JOC/IDIQ, truly exemplifies his understanding of the relationship a contractor must have with both the end user (The Client), his subcontractors in order to give a quality project and best value to the client. As a result of his training and project experience, he delivers contracts on time and on budget.

  • Adelphi University, New York – 1 year (1969 – 1970)
  • CCNY University, New York – 1 year (1968)
  • Eastern Military Academy High School (1966)
  • OSHA 10 Hour Training
  • OSHA 30 Hour Training
  • Pulsar Estimating
  • Procedures- Job Order Contracting
  • Microsoft Project
  • RS Means Estimating
  • Red Cross First Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

2010 to Present                  E-Contractors USA, Houston, Texas

Chief Executive Officer

Draws on his 45 years’ experience in design, engineering and construction technologies, Mr. Garcia manages the day to day operations of the company including the supervision of all project managers and personnel.

 

Jan 2007 to 2010               City of Houston, Houston, Texas

Senior Project Manager /Team Leader for JOC Program/General Service Dept.

Managed five JOC contractors, allocated funds for contracts, wrote contracts for 5 City Departments in order to proceed with projects.

 

2002 to 2007                       Jamail Smith Construction, Houston, TX.

Program Manager for JOC Programs

Managed the JOC program for the City of Houston, Houston Independent School District, Fort Bend Independent School District, Spring Branch Independent School District, Lone Star College, Harris County

 

2001 to 2002                       3V Company, Houston, TX.

General Manager/commercial projects / MD Anderson JOC

 

1980 to 2000                       Consolidated Construction Co., Houston, TX.

Owner/President/ 18 employees/ 21 million annual sales

Projects ranged from hanging doors to office remodels, retail build-outs, building free-standing buildings, and free-standing restaurants,

 

1968 to 1979                       Turner Construction, New York

Union Carpenter/foreman/asst. project manager

Houston Independent School District                                $ 45,000,000

Fort Bend Independent School District                              $ 15,000,000

University of Houston/Clear Lake Campus                          $ 1,000,000

City of Houston                                                                     $ 22,000,000

  • 45 Years Construction Experience
  • Managed a construction company with 23 people and $21 Million in annual sales
  • Handled almost all types of construction projects
  • Participated in over $100 million dollars’ worth of JOC projects

Katrina Evacuation Center   $1,200,000

Charged and appointed by Mayor Bill White, Mr. Garcia prepared an evacuation site to receive people after the Hurricane devastation in New Orleans. The project encompassed taking an abandoned grocery store and within 3 days manage 150 trades men to complete an all services facility to house all evacuees.

 

Red Cross Center   $475,000

One week after the evacuation center was established the Red Cross Center was set-up for those that were leaving the evacuation center.

 

City Health Department Projects/ Managed

Braes wood Health Center   $175,000

Kashmere Multi-Service center   $125,000

Sunnyside Multi Service Center   $145,000

Northeast Multi Service Center   $123,000

Acres Homes Multi Service Center   $155,000

 

Houston Police Department Projects/Managed

1200 Travis Police Headquarters HPD   $450,000

HPD Police Museums   $345,000

62 Reisner Police Station & Jail   $179,000

1400 Lubbock Municipal Court      $485,000

Westside Command Center   $1,250,000

Northwest Command Center   $450,000

Southwest Command Center   $342,000

Parks & Pools throughout the City (Managed)   $2,200,000

Solid Waste Facilities throughout the City (Managed)   $5,500,000

Public Works Department Facilities (Managed)   $950,000

James Coney Island Restaurants   $4,500,000

Constructed 3 freestanding and remodel 2 existing stores.

 

Taco Cabana   $5,200,000

Constructed (6) freestanding units throughout the Houston area. Steel frame

Construction with EFIS finish exterior, interior finish, site work and landscape.

 

Ninfa’s Restaurants   $1,500,000

Remodeled three (3) locations in Houston. One location closed during construction

Two remained operational, construction took place during evening hours and

Had restaurant ready and operational for next business day.

 

Chili Restaurants   $11,800,000

Constructed 5 freestanding (Houston), 4 (Dallas) 3 (Austin)

 

Black Eyed-Pea Restaurants   $3,800,000

Constructed 2 freestanding and 1 in-line.

 

Retail Centers   $100,000,000

Constructed 17 retail centers ranging from 70,000sf to 500,000sf throughout Houston and Harris County.

 

Multi-Mall Retail Store Build-Outs   $85,000,000

Constructed many retail stores, national chain stores, throughout Houston And in most of the major malls i.e. (The Galleria, Woodlands Mall, Willowbrook Mall, Memorial, Sharpstown, Sugar Land, Baybrook and many more)

 

Retail stores:

Al’s Formal Wears   $5,500,000

Bride & Formal Wear   $2,100,000

Radio Shacks   $1,200,000

Marble Slabs Ice Cream Stores   $434,000

Roman Delight Pizza’s   $125,000

Bombay Company Retail Stores   $385,000

Great American Cookie Co.   $125,000

Pretzel Time   $85,000

Limited Express   $500,000

Gucci’s   $1,300,000

 

Joy Tabernacle Church   $1,600,000

Construction of a 12,000sf church on 10 acres of land. Structure consisted of steel frame, masonry walls, pre-engineered wood trusses. Complete interior build-out. Stage with Baptismal seating for 200+ drive-thru canopy; site work with drainage.

 

MotorSport Technology Facility   $679,000

Remodel of existing space to convert into exotic sport car emporium. Underground Tanks oil change pits, and high compression lines for tools. Provided and installed 12 overhead doors that had to be cut in to the side of the tilt wall building.

 

SLM Company   $565,000

Construction of a pre-engineered metal building with slab, and interior crane. Paving around Building for parking. Free floating slabs for self leveling equipment,overhead doors,office area man doors, ventilation system.

 

Wells Fargo Banks   $5,500,000

Constructed 3 freestanding banks and 12 in-line banks in Randall’s Food Markets.

Laredo Banks of Texas   $1,200,000

Constructed 1 bank in Houston and 1 in Pasadena, Texas

 

Randall Markets Remodels   $3,200,000

Multiple stores remodeled throughout the Houston area and 3 stores in Austin Known as Tom Thumb Stores.

 

Office Build-outs   $2,200,000

Office build-outs within the major office buildings in Houston and surrounding area.

 

H & H Rubber Manufacturing Plant   $550,000

Major remodel of existing manufacturing plant. Plant remained in production while remodel was ongoing. Some administration area had to be relocated in building. Construction was on schedule and on budget.

 

Shell Oil Company   $600,000

Major remodel to their administration facility located at their Westbrook location highway 6 and I-10 facility. The facility remained occupied and fully operational. Construction was on schedule, went over budget due to owner changes initiated in the field.

 

Conoco Oil Company   $250,000

Location at Highway 6 and I-10. Demolition of old office space to make ready for new construction. New walls, doors flooring ceilings, glass paint and many specialty items.

 

Health Care Facilities   $250,000

Constructed to medical build-outs 1 in Scurlock Towers and 1 in Smith Towers.

 

Brenda Foster Senior Home   $680,000

Constructed freestanding specialty senior day Home 610 & highway 59 area. Wood framing pre-engineer roof trusses.

 

Jiffy Lubes   $2,200,000

Constructed (4) freestanding steel and masonry structure with basement and exterior underground tanks, site work, and interior work.

 

Sarkowitz Department Stores   $6,200,000

Remodel all (4) stores in Houston (walls, floors, ceilings, paint etc.). Demoed an existing Joskey’s in Highland Shopping Center, Dallas and constructed a Sakowitz in place. Construction consisted of installation of steel, second floor, escalators, interior build-out, Site work and landscape. (180 day schedule).

 

Finger Furniture Stores   $3,500,000

Remodel all Finger Stores throughout  the Houston area over a period of 6 years. Relocation of walls, rearranged room venues, painted, and lighting.

 

Health Care Facilities   $250,000

Constructed to medical build-outs 1 in Scurlock Towers and 1 in Smith Towers.

 

Oak Crafters Furniture Store   $325,000

Remodeled vacant store approx. 100,000sf interior build-out. HVAC, Plumbing, electrical Drywall, carpet, assorted floor covering, ceiling, special lighting and loading dock equipment.

 

Solar Panel Projects   $285,000

City of Houston project initiated by the Mayor’s Office. Installation of Panels on the roof City Hall Annex  and mounted on the panels vertically on 3100 Main Street, City of Houston Code Compliance Building.

 

Lifestyle Home  Headquarters   $379,000

A George Mitchell Enterprise in the Woodlands. Build-out for Lifestyle Homes administration office staff, approx. 7,500 sf.

Michael Doucette

Michael Doucette

Vice President – Operations

Mr. Doucette offers a diverse range of experience in both Project Management and Client Services.  His construction experience includes numerous projects for public and commercial clients with an emphasis on Job Order Contracting. He has successfully completed projects for clients such as the City of Houston, Houston Independent School District, Fort Bend ISD, Texas Park and Wildlife, Austin Community College and many others throughout the state of Texas. Mr.Doucette brings a strong client focus to construction projects, which emphasizes communication, quality and results.

Mr. Doucette has twenty-eight years of local US based and international commercial and residential construction experience. As a Senior Project Manager, Regional Manager and Vice President of Operation, his experience includes direct customer service, purchasing and expediting of orders, negotiating with vendors, organizing all aspects of business and motivating employees. Specializing in both interior renovation projects as well as many JOC programs, he has managed complete on-site construction management including effective scheduling, monitoring and inspections of all work inclusive of responsibility for interaction with client’s representatives including Architects and Engineers.He epitomizes an understanding of the relationship a contractor must have with a client.

  • 28 Years Construction Experience
  • Has on-site construction experience
  • Both public and private extensive project experience
  • Excellence in project management
  • OSHA 30
  • ICF Construction Certified
  • American Red Cross-First Aid/CPR/AED
  • Boom Lift Certified
  • Kansas City Southern Railroad Safety Class certified
  • Pulsar Estimating Software
  • RS Means Estimating
  • Microsoft- Office and Project Scheduling

2014 to Present                  E-Contractors USA, Houston, Texas

Vice President Operations

 

2004 to 2014                       Jamail & Smith Construction, Houston, Texas

Senior Project Manager / Regional Manager

 

2000 to 2004                       Ribbeck Construction  Lake Charles, Louisiana

Project Manager / Estimator

 

1998 to 2000                       Prestige Builders   Lake Charles, Louisiana

Owner / Operator

 

1995 to 1998                       Ricco Construction  Grand Cayman BWI

Project Manager / Estimator

 

1986 to 1992                       Paramount Carpets Grand Cayman BWI

Installer /  Project Manager / Metal Stud & Drywall Division

Texas Parks and Wildlife (TXMAS)

 

Region 4 Headquarters – Houston Texas   $1,300,000

 

Sea Rim State Park

New Ranger residence House   $450,000

New maintenance Building   $750,000

New Boardwalk to Beach   $450,000

 

Galveston Island State Park

Renovation to (2) Historic Houses   $1,300,000

(2) Ranger Houses   $1,100,000

 

Houston ISD JOC (completed 504 projects over 3 years)

HISD-Humidity Control Projects   $2,300,000

HISD Science Lab. Programs   $1,400,000

 

Fort Bend ISD   $ 16,000,000

Completed 127 projects in 14 months; Buy Board. Chiller Replacements, parking lots, tennis courts, Gym floors, bleachers, Interiors and cooling tower replacements

Port of Galveston-Terminal Walkway Bridge   $1,500,000

Galveston College- Technical College Remodel   $1,800,000

Classic Chevrolet-Galveston   $405,000

Classic Toyota-Galveston   $350,000

Hertz Rent-A-Car (Multi-State)   $2,000,000

Toy’s R Us Upgrades (Multi-State)   $ 20,000,000

Toy’s R Us (New Building – Lake Charles, LA)   $1,100,000

Fenton K-12 School (Fenton, LA)   $1,400,000

 

SECO Solar Grants (Buy Board-TCPN-TXMAS)

Texas National Guard

Camp Mabry   $1,100,000

Bee Caves   $700,000

Ellington Field   $600,000

Austin Community College   $2,100,000

City of Pflugerville   $1,200,000

Dallas/Fort Worth Airport   $1,200,000

Elgin ISD   $1,200,000

Boerne ISD   $1,000,000

Coahoma CISD   $1,100,000

SECO Solar Grants (Buy Board-TCPN-TXMAS) continued…

 

Paramount Carpets

Grand Hyatt Hotel   $10,000,000

Cayman Museum   $1,000,000

Hyatt Condo’s   $20,000,000

Cayman Imports   $1,000,000

Great House Condo’s   $30,000,000

Port of Cayman   $500,000

Safe haven Condo’s   $5,000,000

Sea Breeze Condo’s   $8,000,000

 

 

Ricco Construction

Mahogany Bay Condo’s   $2,500,000

Lone Star bar & Grill   $600,000

Texaco Express Lube   $1,100,000

Rum Point Sea Dock   $1,000,000

Hook’s Seafood Grotto   $1,500,000

 

 

Ribbeck Construction

Welsh High School   $2,000,000

Welsh Elementary School   $1,500,000

Vinton High School   $2,300,000

First National Bank (Historic Renovation)   $2,300,000

Lake Charles Housing Authority   $1,300,000

Hertz Rent-A-Car ADA Upgrades (Multi-State)   $2,300,000

 

 

Jamail & Smith Construction

Houston ISD JOC – Completed 504 Projects over 3 years

HISD, Humidity Control Project   $2,300,000

HISD, Science Lab Program   $1,400,000

HISD, Fleming Middle School – Elevator   $170,000

McDade Elementary School NBA All Star Project   $250,000

C. Greg Becnel

C. Gregory Becnel III

Project Manager

Gregory is a highly accomplished leader, architect, project planner and lead designer with. Innate problem solver with exceptional time management, technical skills, and creativity necessary to lead complex projects with sizable budgets.

  • Graduated on Dean’s List in recognition of academic excellence from Louisiana State University.
  • Over 20 years of progressively responsible experience

E Contractors USA, LLC                                     2019 to Present

Project Manager

  • Manages all day to day operations including RFI’s, change orders, meetings, reports and monitored budgets and schedules on various municipal projects.

 

Aldine Independent School District                    2016 to 2019

Director of Facilities Planning & Construction

  • Visionary and creative director of a school district overseeing renovations and new construction.
  • Excellent in dealing with problems, in a fast pace environment keeping the customer the top priority.

 

Louisiana State University                                   2013 to 2016

Project Architect

  • Provide leadership, communication, and vision in establishing standards for and overseeing planning design and construction of campus-wide projects.
  • Conceptualize and bring to life architectural designs while serving as construction manager on projects.
  • Coordinate efforts with outside departments, vendors, and contractors.

 

Office of State Parks, LA                                               2007 to 2013

Facility Project Planner

  • Oversaw construction management activities and quality control for all construction projects, while master planning new State Park facilities and reviewing/updating master plans for existing facilities.
  • Managed all Capital Outlay projects through acceptance, including designer selection, design involvement, and project management.
  • Assessed future needs and created appropriate projects and budgets to ensure completion of projected resources.

 

Holden Assoc., APAC                                       2005 to 2007

  • Organized and led efforts to complete new design/construction projects through modeling, planning, executing and analyzing design, engineering, construction, financial and timeline elements.
  • Collaborated with senior management to define project management and construction management plans.
  • Provided clear vision and direction; effectively delegated tasks and communicated expectations/timelines in leading cross functional teams

 

Trahan Architects, APAC                                 2000 to 2005

  • Performed duties substantially similar to above; with the addition of production work including physical models of buildings and enlarged section details.

Aldine ISD Resource Staff Development Center Renovations Phase I, II, and III, Houston TX
$
30,000,00
Louisiana State University ADA Improvements, Vet Medical School
$ 400,000

Louisiana State Parks Hodges Gardens Group Camp
$ 1,000,000

Louisiana State Parks South Toledo Bend Erosion Control Project
$ 7,000,000

Louisiana State University PMAC Basketball Practice Arena
$ 50,000,000

Louisiana State University Football Stadium West Side Demo and Renovations
$ 60,000,000

Louisiana State University Football Stadium East Side Demo and Renovations
$ 50,000,000

Seven Acre Municipal Complex
City of Baker, LA
$ 180,000,000

LEED Louisiana State Park Interpretive Center Facility, Tunica Hills, LA
$ 70,000,000

Louisiana State University Laboratory School Building
$ 5,000,000

Auburn University Jordan-Hare Stadium Expansion and Renovation
$ 30,000,000

Historic Renovation to Manresa Catholic Retreat House, Convent, LA
$ 5,000,000

Historical Renovations Project, Rosedown Plantation, St. Francisville, LA
$ 3,000,000

Joseph Roemen

Joseph Roemen

Project Manager

As a project manager, Joseph Roemen, manages, directs and oversees the construction project. He is involved in every aspect of the construction process including, scheduling, quality control, construction management, and most importantly project site safety.

Joseph’s diverse experience enables him to collaborate with all team members. He ensures projects exceed the expectations of his clients, while also remaining timely and safe.

  • Joseph has more than 25 years of experience in the commercial construction industry.
  • Managed a diverse range of projects for both public and commercial clients.

E Contractors USA, LLC                                     2017 to Present

Project Manager

  • Manages all day to day operations including RFI’s, change orders, meetings, reports and monitored budgets and schedules on various municipal projects.

 

Group 1 Automotive                                            2012 to 2017

Project Manager

  • Managed pre-construction project scope development, bid and award of project to general contractor, budget, schedule, safety and quality, pay applications of work on various construction projects.
  • Held meetings with the design team, general contractor and various vendors.

 

Teal Construction Company                               2005 to 2012

Project Manager

  • Managed a diverse range of projects for both public and commercial clients.
  • Some of the duties include; estimating, budgeting projects, scheduling, review of bids and scope from subcontractors, monitored safety reports, and close outs.

 

Murray Architects                                                 2001 to 2005

Project Manager

  • Lead designer overseeing multiple projects, managed a team in designing construction documents and continued managing project through construction administration and completion.

Fort Bend ISD               Current

Montgomery County Fire Station #8, Spring, TX
$ 3,000,000

Bracewell Library Houston, TX
$ 4,650,000

Fort Bend ISD
BP-16
$ 3,759,897

Aldine ISD
Nimitz, Teague, Odom
$ 7,873,000

Texas Department of Transportation
New Angleton Engineering Facility
$ 6,250,000

World Ford Collision Center, Pensacola, Florida
$ 4,000,000

Sterling McCall Nissan, Houston, TX
$ 10,200,000
Bohn Toyota, Harvey, Louisiana
$ 4,500,000
Ira Audi
$ 6,800,000

BMW Columbia, Columbia, South Carolina
$ 5,800,000

Aransas Pass Autoplex, Aransas Pass, TX
$ 2,200,000

Stripes – Store 2221, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 965,000

Stripes – Store 2291, Eagle Pass, TX
$ 960,000

Connell Chevrolet – addition, Killeen, TX
$ 320,000

Classic Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Denton, TX
$ 1,400,000

Higher Dimension Church, Houston, TX $ 4,300,000
Cemex, New Braunfels, TX $ 662,000

SF Ford Lincoln Mercury, San Francisco, CA
$ 5,900,000

Paul Young Dodge, Laredo, TX
$ 6,700,000

Paul Young Chevrolet, Laredo, TX
$ 3,200,000

Riata Ford, Manor, TX
$ 3,800,000

A.G. Edwards, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 965,000

Jim Bass Ford Lincoln Mercury, San Angelo, TX
$ 4,500,000

T&L Distribution, Houston, TX
$ 665,000

Ed Hicks Imports, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 3,700,000

Jim Bass Nissan, San Angelo, TX
$ 2,400,000

Garlyn Shelton Mercedes, Georgetown, TX
$ 3,000,000

Garlyn Shelton Imports, Bryan, TX
$ 2,100,000

Suzuki Auto Center, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 663,000

Southway Ford Body Shop, San Antonio, TX
$ 1,400,000

Skyline Ford, Tulsa, Oklahoma
$ 745,000

Tulsa Lincoln Mercury, Tulsa, Oklahoma
$ 3,700,000

Gulf Breeze Ford, Gulf Breeze, Florida
$ 3,900,000

Northpoint Mitsubishi/Barrett Jaguar, San Antonio, TX
$ 5,400,000

McKinney Toyota, Ft. Worth, TX
$ 3,900,000

Kingsville Mall, Kingsville, TX
$ 2,200,000

David McDavid Acura, Austin, TX
$ 1,600,000

Johnson Sewell Ford Lincoln Mercury, Marble Falls, TX
$ 6,200,000

Sterling Auto Group, Bryan, TX
$ 4,000,000

TX Motors Ford, Ft. Worth, TX
$ 7,400,000

Lute Riley Honda, Richardson, TX
$ 1,300,000

Southpark Jaguar Lincoln Mercury, Tulsa, Oklahoma
$ 2,200,000

Elvin Hayes Ford, Crosby, TX
$ 2,900,000

Southway Ford, San Antonio, TX
$ 1,500,000

Greenville Ford, Greenville, TX
$ 460,000

Demontrond Hummer, Houston, TX
$ 1,600,000

Lundquist Body Shop, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 650,000

Jack Powers Autoplex, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 265,000

Austin BMW, Austin, TX
$ 660,000

Baytown Hyundai, Baytown, TX
$ 1,350,000

Amigo’s Canning Company, Corpus Christi, TX
$ 1,000,000

BMW of N.W. Arkansas, Rogers, Arkansas
$ 319,812

Egrets Landing Sugar Land

$ 3,250,000

Scott Lennox-Blue

Scott Lennox

Project Manager

As a project manager Scott manages, directs and oversees the construction project. He is involved in every aspect of the construction process including, scheduling, quality control, construction management, and most importantly project site safety. Scott has more than 15 years’ experience in the commercial construction industry.

 

Scott’s diverse experience enables him to collaborate with all team members and ensure a timely and safe project.

  • Over 15 years of commercial construction experience.
2017 to PresentE Contractors, Sugar Land, TX
Project Manager

Manages all day to day operations including RFI’s, change orders, meetings, reports and monitored budgets and schedules on various municipal projects.

 

2017 to 2017Trest Construction, Houston TX
Project Manager

Managed pre-construction project scope development, bid and award of project to general contractor, budget, schedule, safety and quality, pay applications of work on various construction projects. Held meetings with the design team, project coordinators and various vendors.

 

2014 to 2017Murrell Commercial, Houston TX
Project Manager

Managed a diverse range of projects for both public and commercial clients. Some of the duties include; estimating, budgeting projects, scheduling, review of bids and scope from subcontractors, monitored safety reports, and close outs.

 

2012 to 2014Blackmon Mooring Construction, Houston, TX
Project Manager

Overseeing multiple projects, managed a team in construction documents and continued managing project through construction administration and completion.

 

2011 to 2012Texas Alliance Group (TAG), Houston, TX
Project Manager

Managed all aspects of site construction, created and reviewed scheduling with all parties assuring all schedules were met and brought to completion, meeting or exceeding the baseline expectation.

 

2009 to 2011Structure Solutions, Plano, TX
Project Manager/ Superintendent

 

2008 to 2009DPR Construction, Houston, TX
Asst. Superintendent

 

2004 to 2008DL Construction, Houston, TX
Estimator/ Construction Manager

 


Fort Bend ISD

 $CurrentAldine ISD

Eisenhower Fire Line Installation

 

$98,000

Aldine ISD/ Carver HS Repairs

 

$3,100,000

Lighting & Ceiling Repairs Multiple Campuses

 

$1,300,000Fort Bend ISD

MDF/IDF

 

$3,881,000

Rayford Medical

 

$1,200,000

Remington Square Amenity Complex

 

$250,000

Smart Financial Credit Union

 

$300,000

NextCare Urgent Care

 

$100,000

 

Stanley Jackson Blue

Stanley Jackson

Project Manager

Results driven and well organized Construction Project Manager/Director with extensive knowledge of the engineering/construction industry. Over twenty years of project management experience interacting with all levels of professionals in the engineering and construction market place. Expertise in all phases of construction: pre-construction development, project scoping, project budgeting, contract negotiations, and site management. Project types include commercial ground up construction, tenant build outs, renovations, restaurants, educational facilities & Job Order Contracting.

 

  • Over 20 years of project management experience.
2019 to PresentE Contractors USA, LLC; Sugar Land, TX
Project Manager

 

2014 to 2019Jamail Smith & Construction; Dallas, TX
Regional Manager

 

2013 to 2014Jamail Smith & Construction; Houston, TX
Senior Project Manager

 

2012 to 2013Salata Corporation; Houston, TX
Construction Project Manager

 

2011 to 2012Dougherty County School System; Albany, GA
Pre-Engineering Teacher

 

2009 to 2012Cleaning by Design, LLC; Atlanta, GA
CEO/President

 

2007 to 2009Pond & Company; Atlanta, GA
Project Manager

 

2006 to 2007Interstate Restoration; Atlanta, GA
National Account Manager

 

2003 to 2006Georgia Department of Labor;  Atlanta, GA
Engineering/Facilities Project Manager

 

1994 to 2002City of Albany; Albany, GA
Engineering Projects Manager

 

1990 to 1994Brown & Root, Inc.; Houston, TX
Assistant Project Manager

 

Houston & Dallas Independent School JOC Programs

Houston & Dallas, Texas

Renovations and repair projects on campuses throughout Houston & Dallas. Projects work typically included interior classroom build-outs, interior & exterior painting, concrete work, repair and new roof replacement, and renovations to building exterior envelope.

 

$56,000,000
United States Postal Service JOC Program

Various Locations

Renovations and repair projects throughout the United States. Scopes of work included the installation of new HVAC and electrical systems, painting, drywall, flooring and historical renovations, replacement of metal and built-up roofing systems, replacement of equipment and new parking lots.

 

$50,000,000
Tuskegee University Kellogg Conference Center & Hotel

Tuskegee, Alabama

Historical renovation of a 120-year-old building that houses the Tuskegee University Kellogg Conference Center and Hotel. Project work.

 

$20,000,000
Florida Community College Performing Arts Center-Jacksonville, Florida

New construction of a 120,000 SF performing arts center. The new facility featured state-of-the-art acoustical systems, electronic and media systems and performance flooring.

 

$18,500,000
Georgia Department of Labor

Atlanta, Georgia

Facility maintenance of 1300 owned and leased properties throughout the state of Georgia. Space management studies, new and renovated build-outs and repairs to interior finishes, HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems.

 

$8,500,000
FedEx Distribution Facility

Greensboro, North Carolina

New construction of a FedEx Distribution Facility. Project work included HVAC and electrical systems, fire alarm and sprinkler systems, state-of-art package railing and censoring systems and equipment.

 

$8,000,000
City of Albany, Georgia

Albany, Georgia

Federal Funded Flood Recovery Program. Worked with Corp of Engineers & Housing Urban Development to install new infrastructure (streets, storm and sanitary sewer systems) and construct new single family homes, multi-family apartments, daycare centers, assisted living facilities, warehouse facilities and demolition of over 2000 structures.

 

$120,000,000
Houston Airport Systems

Houston, Texas

New and renovations projects. Project work included new jet cab expansion, canopy and walkway, and new guard booths.

 

$3,000,000
University of Texas Medical Branch

Galveston, Texas

Renovation of the Historic Custom House. Project work included the restoration of plaster walls, interior build-out & finishes, fire sprinkler and fire alarm system, flooring, new plumbing systems & state-of-the art media and electronic systems.

$5,000,000