Meet Our Dedicated Leadership Team
Roger is the president and co-founder of Evergreen Construction. He has over 40 years of experience in our industry, and has been our steadfast leader since the company’s inception in 1996. When asked about what he loves most about his job, Roger says it’s all about opportunity, “The opportunity to work with people you enjoy being around. The opportunity to produce man made environments that people enjoy that make an impact on the greater good of society. I enjoy the challenge of competing. I enjoy watching and participating in the technological advancements in our industry whether they be in a physical building or the technology used to manage the building process.”
Bill is our vice president and co-founder, and he provides executive level oversight on each and every project. As a graduate of Auburn University, Bill’s 30+ years in construction make him an integral part of the project team, and you’ll find him throughout a project’s completion. He says there’s no place like the beach, and his favorite spot to unwind is somewhere near the coast. If he’s not in the office or on a jobsite, chances are he’s dipping his toes in the waters of South Beach, Mexico, or the Virgin Islands.
Director of Field Operations
Mark is our Director of Field Operations, so in addition to seeing him in our office, you might find him on job sites from time to time. With over 35 years of construction experience, Mark is an expert in our field, and he has been a part of the Evergreen team since our inception in 1996. Mark is a certified beach guy, so when he’s not at work, he might be enjoying the views (and a cold one) off the coast.
Director of Preconstruction
You’re likely to see Hunter, our Director of Preconstruction, most often prior to breaking ground on a project. He oversees all preconstruction, estimating, and contract buy out. Hunter started at Evergreen as an intern in 1997 and hasn’t looked back since. Hunter says his favorite part of working here is the people in the office, “I couldn't work from home; I'd miss the social interaction.”
As an operations team leader, Brad oversees all aspects of the project management team and ensures a successful project delivery for all stakeholders. Brad has worked in the construction industry for 15 years. He also says he can’t remember a time without construction whether he was helping to build churches, or assisting his father with home renovations. His hands can handle more than a hammer and nails, too: he plays both the acoustic and electric guitar.
As head of one of our many operations teams, Tim manages talented people who manage challenging projects. With over 20 years of construction experience, Tim brings expertise to the Evergreen team. Like Roger, he’s a Florida Gator (but we don’t hold that against him...or Roger for that matter). Tim says his first construction job was both daunting and exciting at the same time, and he’s embraced the new challenges that are presented with each project ever since.
You will find Will at the helm of one of our operation teams at any given time. Each team manages day to day project operations, but specifically Will’s role is to provide effective leadership for an incredible owner experience. He is a dad to four girls and has been at Evergreen since graduating from Auburn in 2000. Will says if he wasn’t in construction, he would love to have a low enough handicap to make it as a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, “I've never let go of that boyhood dream to win The Masters and put on the Green Jacket!”
Director of Project Development
As our Director of Project Development, Emilie is responsible for leading Evergreen’s business development, marketing and communication initiatives. She’s an Auburn grad, has over a decade of project management experience, and is a mom to boy girl twins. When asked about her first construction job, she gleefully describes a unique project, “The house my parents built when I was 4. I really did learn to read those blueprints before I learned to read a book. I loved seeing all the lines and imagining what the house would look like.”
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