About Us

We build places you want to go.

Dowdle Construction Group builds places you want to go…for work, play, dining, shopping or worship.  From office space and fire halls, to greenways and restaurants, our projects span both public and private sectors and range in size and scope. It’s no wonder we love what we do.

We communicate to keep you in-the-know.

Company founder/president Glynn Dowdle often reminds us, “Building something well is only half the puzzle.” The other half is our well-trained general contractor team that enjoys its work, collaborates with good subcontractors and communicates clearly. We are a team that listens intently, responds quickly and keeps you informed throughout the project, so you can rest easier knowing we will complete your project on time and budget.

We have a strong foundation in construction.

Real estate peaked the interest of our founder Glynn Dowdle while he was at the height of a successful sales career. So he left the advertising specialties company in 1986 and started his construction career building homes before transitioning to commercial construction. 

During his 30-plus years in the construction industry, Glynn has built a company and a reputation for conducting business with integrity, honesty and a commitment to communicating and working through the details.

We employ environmentally sound principles.

Dowdle Construction Group is also committed to incorporating environmentally sound principles in all projects and practices. This includes training our project management staff in green-building practices and LEED, minimizing construction waste and recycling materials on our job sites when practical, and installing solar panels, skylights and other energy-saving measures in our office.   

We achieve success for our clients.

We are passionate about building for our clients’ success and grateful for their partnerships. We are also extremely honored some of these collaborative projects have been recognized for excellence by the Urban Land Institute Nashville, the Historical Commission of Metropolitan Nashville, the American Institute of Architects local chapter and other industry organizations.