Harris has 44 years of construction experience. He is personally responsible for strategic business and financial decisions for National Construction. He consults with owners and architects to ensure projects remain within budget and meet schedules. Harris is a graduate of the Architectural Technology program at Anoka Tech in Anoka, Minnesota. Harris has since kept current with various certifications issued by the EPA and OSHA. He has successfully completed Dale Carnegie Management Seminars and Supervisory Training programs. Harris has a New Mexico GB-98 License.
Jason has worked for National Construction since 1993, and has been a project manager for the last 16 of those years. Jason oversees multiple jobs in multiple locations. He works closely with his superintendents to ensure all projects remain within budget and on or ahead of schedule. Jason also manages all aspects of CES/JOC projects, from estimating to completion. Jason holds degrees in Construction Technology and Construction Management from TVI in Albuquerque, NM. Jason holds certificates in SWPPP Training, Successful Project Management, EPA Toxic Substances Control and OSHA Construction Industry Outreach Training. Jason has a New Mexico GB-98 license.
Gene has 24 years of construction experience, starting while he was in the United States Air Force, working in the Civil Engineering field. His Air Force experience includes structures in Florida and Afghanistan. Gene assists the project superintendent in all phases of construction and helps to resolve issues that arise as the project progresses. He is responsible for coordinating submittals, generating RFI's and MCR's, running progress meetings, coordinating progress payments and project close-out. Gene has extensive training through the Air Force including Structural Specialist Community College, Contracting Officer Training, Green Procurement, Workplace Safety & Health. Gene holds EPA Toxic Substances Control Certification.
David has been with National Construction since 2003. Prior to that time he owned his own construction company and held other construction positions ranging from tradesman to superintendent. David is responsible for construction planning, sequencing, and layout. He is well versed in reading architectural drawings and specifications. He masterfully coordinates all tradesmen, material suppliers and subcontractors, guaranteeing the smooth and efficient accomplishment of all phases of construction. David holds EPA Toxic Substances Control and OSHA Construction Outreach Training certifications. David also holds a New Mexico GB-98 license.
Raul Nichols has worked for National Construction as a superintendent since 2016. He is responsible for project layout, verifying that subcontractors layouts are accurate. He is responsible for making sure safety regulations are followed by National’s workforce, as well as all subcontractors working on site, while making sure schedules are met, and all work is performed to a high quality standard.
George joined National Construction in 2013. He has 44 years of experience in the construction industry. He began as a laborer and worked his way through the trades to become a superintendent. Over the years he has managed projects ranging from several hundred thousand to tens of millions of dollars. George adeptly manages projects from ground breaking to closeout and owner occupancy. He is conscientious about maintaining schedules, controlling costs, and insisting on quality at every phase of construction for each of his projects.
Lori started in 2017. Lori handles all bookkeeping for the company.
Started 2015. Lucy handles payroll and accounts payable.
Started 2009. Web performs estimate takeoff for bid generation and maintains the office equipment and LAN.