In response to the continued growth in the Nashville area, Dowdle Construction Group announced promotions of four employees.
The employees are experienced in communicating with clients and ensuring client satisfaction.
Terry Mulliniks was promoted to director of pre-construction. Previously an estimator, Mulliniks has more than five decades of experience that spanned work with multiple companies on projects valued up to $200 million. Mulliniks works closely with the owner, architect and project engineers to capture the full scope of work required for each project and manages the process by analyzing the construction documents and subcontractor proposals to provide accurate budgets.
John Bruce was made a senior superintendent. He has been in the construction industry for 43 years, most recently as a superintendent at Dowdle. With a passion for training young superintendents and a focus in health care construction, Bruce provides direct supervision of foreman, subcontractors and other worksite personnel and leads on-site field administration, assuring each project stays on-time and in-budget.
David Stiles was also promoted to senior superintendent. He has completed multiple projects with the Army Corps of Engineers and previously held military security clearance working on military bases, including serving as a co-senior project superintendent on the Command and Control Facility at Fort Campbell. Stiles is a certified welder, a certified equipment operator and a journeyman carpenter. He is a certified Level 1 erosion prevention and sediment control inspector for the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
J. Jeffrey Cricco was made a senior project manager. He is the primary contact for projects performed for Tennessee. Those projects range from of $1 million to $6 million. Cricco is a graduate of Franklin Pierce College with a bachelor’s degree in business management.
Dowdle Construction Group builds places for work, play, dining, shopping or worship. From office space and fire halls, to greenways and restaurants, projects span both public and private sectors and range in size and scope. Located in Metro Center, just north of downtown Nashville. Dowdle Construction Group offers a wide range of commercial construction services, including new construction and major renovation and repurposing of existing structures for both private and public clients across Middle Tennessee. For more information, visit dowdleconstruction.com.