At 34, named VP and officer of company with annual revenues in excess of $8 billion. Leads business unit’s day-to-day operations and the procurement of new construction contracts.
At 33, was named general manager (Indiana business unit), tying for youngest general manager in Turner’s 100+ years.
Directs Turner School of Construction Management, ACE Mentor Program, and the company’s participation in the Canstruction food drive.
Named 2010 Hispanic Contractors Association General Contractor of the Year.
Named General Manager of the Year (out of 46 GMs) at Turner’s 2008 Community Affairs Conference.
2010 Committee Chair, Associated General Contractors of America.
Mentor Protégé, Bexar County, Associated General Contractors of America (2010).
Associate board member, Hispanic Contractors Association (2009-present).
Pro bono, San Antonio Downtown Alliance (assists with Kress Building restoration).
Reads Dr. Seuss books to his kids at bedtime. Oh, The Places You’ll Go! is a favorite.
Salt water fisherman.
Once mentored a Turner employee into a new career path—as a Catholic priest.
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