Joe started in the construction industry as a laborer while attending Georgia Southern University in pursuit of a Construction Management degree. He worked for several different subcontractors on large commercial projects for the duration of college until completing his degree in 2012. After graduation, he worked as a Project Engineer for a large mechanical contractor for a few years before making the transition over to a general contractor. Joe’s broad construction experience in the trades as well as his organization and problem solving skills makes him proficient at his role as Project Engineer. He acts as the main communication hub between the many subcontractors and the architects/engineers for any given project and works diligently between the field team and the office team to help steady the flow of the project.