Experienced Project Assistant Joins Growing Dowdle Construction Group

Experienced Project Assistant Joins Growing Dowdle Construction Group

Extreme Home Makeover vet and musician Daniel Vincent brings diverse background to the team

Dowdle Construction Group announced today the addition of Daniel Vincent as a project assistant. Vincent will be responsible for communicating with our contractors, subcontractors, maintaining project documentation and keeping projects on schedule and within budget.

Daniel Vincent, Dowdle Construction Group

Vincent joins Dowdle with a diverse background in construction, maintenance and engineering work. Most recently, he was facilities maintenance technician at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. Previously, he served as a non-destructive testing (NDT) engineer, first for Chevron Oil and Gas Refinery and then for Amphion Analytical Engineering. He also has invested in, remodeled and flipped homes, at one time working on a crew with Extreme Home Makeover as well as volunteering his time with Habitat for Humanity. At the start of his career, he worked 12 years as a full-time musician, playing drums/percussion, guitar, saxophone and bass. In his spare time, he still teaches music.

“Daniel brings a unique and interesting range of experiences with him to Dowdle, and he fits in well with our growing team,” said Dowdle Construction Group President Glynn Dowdle. “Our clients will enjoy working with him and will appreciate the resourcefulness, detail and passion he brings to his work.”

From Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Vincent earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. He also completed NDT technician training in non-destructive inspections and the study of metallurgy in 2012.

“I’ve jumped around a lot over the course of my career, but I’ve always loved working with my hands and creating something new,” said Vincent. “The people at Dowdle are excellent at what they do – I’m very excited to be part of the team.”

This announcement appeared in the Nashville Post, the Nashville Business Journal, the Nashville Ledger, Main Street Nashville, The Metro Buzz and the Tennessean.

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