Paul Studley puts the sincerity into safety.
Third-generation journeyman, paving the way for the next generation.
A consummate ambassador for the cause of inclusion, Adrienne Williams not only promotes Balfour Beatty’s commitment to diversity, but she also helps connect growing businesses to the people and resources they need to be successful.
Alex Ramos earns valuable Construction Health and Safety Technician Certification
A respected and collaborative building partner, Amanda Patton is committed to the continuous improvement of her projects, teams and the industry-at-large.
Amy Kennedy is a proud champion for inclusion and a role model for up-and-coming builders everywhere.
Thirty-six years ago, Annie Hughes set out on a career path that still surprises people: construction. Today, she's an inspirational leader who sets the standard for all preconstruction professionals, and the countless young women that she mentors.
When April Medlin was young, she dreamt of becoming a nurse. Little did she know, April would one day impact the lives of hundreds of children through her role in construction.
A recognized ground-up construction expert, Beth Davis has helped shape the Charlotte skyline.
An advisor and advocate for her industry and community, Candis Parker has left an indelible mark on the Carolinas.
Healthcare construction expert, Deanna Skipper, loves the technical aspects of her job. But her biggest point of pride is the people and communities she’s served.
Elias Bahar is a TREC Volunteer Impact Award recipient, receiving recognition for making lasting change in the Dallas community.
Ellie McBride jumps outside her comfort zone, into a new country, new culture and surrounded by new teammates.
EHS Manager, Eric Yates shares heat-stress prevention methods with Maryland House Delegates.
For Balfour Beatty's first Latino Executive, the job is more than building structures - building lasting relationships with clients, partners and teammates on an individual level has always been important.
Across Texas, Jim Twilley is known for his passionate commitment to Zero Harm and being a Relentless Ally for the safety of his teammates.
U.S. Army and Iraq War veteran Jordan Webster’s unlikely journey to become a construction safety leader began in a different continent and under tragic circumstances. But he has turned pain into purpose by raising awareness about the importance of mental health and suicide prevention.
From rail to water, this talented young builder is on a fast-track to success in civils construction.
US Buildings CEO Leon Blondin is a leader who believes the best business decisions put people first. His unique journey in the construction industry began with a simple leap.
With dedication, hard work and a deep passion for her work and community, Luda Safransky is making a lasting impact.
Martin Rogstad is proof that the next generation of industry professionals recognizes innovation is the lifeblood of progress.
Matt Stephenson has developed a reputation as one of Charlotte’s most adaptable and diversified builders, meeting the evolving needs of his clients and partners.
A curiosity for construction, Melissa shares her journey from intern to new hire.
Mike Wehner wrote the book on customer service.
Nick Cusanelli, general superintendent in Portland, demonstrates what being a good neighbor truly means when working on a mixed-use project within a bustling downtown area.
A learner and a leader, the sky’s the limit for Nick as he leverages drones to help revolutionize the construction industry as we know it.
At NC A&T State University, our innovative student engagement plan has helped revolutionize engineering education.
Retired State Trooper, Orival Thompson, makes it his duty to ensure Balfour Beatty drivers and vehicles are safe and USDOT compliant on highways across the US.
Meet Relentless Ally Pat Anderson, Balfour Beatty’s first female superintendent in California. She joined our team three decades ago and has helped pave the way for women in construction.
Paul was recently recognized with the Albert R. Vallin Award for Estimator of the Year.
Meet Pedro Regalado, humble and heartfelt safety champion.
Rachele Phariss didn’t just find a rewarding career at Balfour Beatty—she found a family. Today, this bright young builder is contributing to one of our largest projects, the LAX Automated People Mover.
Balfour Beatty’s own Wayne Kibbe Named Superintendent of the Year!
When respect, commitment and a relentless pursuit of excellence is in your genes, it shows.
Innovator, engineer, hacker and energetic leader. Didn’t think that was possible in one package? You haven’t met our senior process manager, Elizabeth Angel yet!
A Balfour Beatty shining star…Project Executive Dennis Kuykendall is best in class in school construction.
Earnest has built a successful career and life by continually mitigating and resolving risk.
For Titus Rodriguez, respect for others is at the forefront of his work in the construction industry.
John Uhl is in the business of building relationships, teams and solutions to problems
With more than 20 years in the construction industry, David Stanton has been responsible for over a billion dollars of healthcare construction projects throughout the Carolinas.
Los Angeles Business Journal Names Emily Kay as one of 2020's Outstanding Women in Construction Management and Design
When Project Manager Ryan O’Donnell is on a project, it’s always a “hole-in-one”.
Amar Vel has taken countless projects from mere napkin sketches to become recognized Atlanta landmarks.
The talented builder who heads up our special projects and interiors groups aren’t just building dreams. He just so happens to be living out his own.
Chad Brewer, our operations director is a born builder and solid Relentless Ally. He shares his perspectives on building connections and trust.
Leaving an enduring fingerprint on the communities in which we live, work and build.
Relentlesly committed to our clients. Our teams bring the passion, drive and ingenuity to make great things happen.
Becky leads by example and is encouraged by her teammates who inspire her to show up as her "best self" every day!
Carpenter, coach, champion. Safety Bob encompasses them all.
A champion for clients and communities, Project Executive Bryan Osborne consistently leads people and projects to success.
Chad’s superior project management and consistent community outreach demonstrate that he’s not just here to watch the Triangle grow from the sidelines.
A passion for perseverance, Project Executive Dave Campbell shares how he cultivated his winning strategy for success.
When it comes to Zero Harm and Zero Waste, Eric Garcia (pictured left) leads by example. And he’s got the hardware to prove it.
Always multi-tasking and bouncing from the office to the jobsite, Frank Fotia has spent the last ten years blazing a trail within Balfour Beatty.
Jason Sizemore exemplifies the mutually beneficial relationship of a people-first leadership perspective.
The 45-minute drive to and from the office each day is quite possibly the most consistent part of Kendal Patterson’s workday.
An Inside Look at an Interiors Expert
A champion for clients and teammates alike, Komail Abbas consistently delivers operational excellence.
Mandy Squib, preconstruction manager in North Texas, takes a “One Team” approach to success.
With three decades of experience under his belt, Mike Janssen's leadership is already moving mountains in the field.
This project executive learned the meaning of a solid work ethic at age five and leverages lessons learned as a winning coach and lacrosse player to deliver winning project outcomes.
An insatiable work ethic and get-down-in-the-trenches approach to teamwork are poising Patrick Fleming for success.
Dependable, devoted dream-builder, Sean Graham, makes his mark in the Mid-Atlantic.
Having grown into a career she never in her wildest imagination dreamed of pursuing, Summer Boron has become a role model for women in the AEC industry.
BIM expert Rudy Armendariz branches out to keep teammates safe.
Through a dedicated focus on mental health and wellness, Steve is making strides to reverse the construction industry's staggering suicide rates.