Growing Dowdle Construction Group Adds Project Manager

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Growing Dowdle Construction Group Adds Project Manager

Brett Wilson joins the team with over a decade of experience in commercial construction management  

Dowdle Construction Group today announced the addition of Brett Wilson as a project manager. Wilson will oversee the ground-up construction of two buildings on 10th and Woodland for a local investor group.  

“Brett’s extensive project management experience makes him a great fit to manage large projects,” said Dowdle Principal Glynn Dowdle. “His attention to detail and ability to work in high-pressure situations make him an invaluable asset to our team.”  

Wilson has been responsible for projects ranging from $3 million to $250 million – most notably the Universal Studios Cabana Bay Beach Resort, featuring 1,800 rooms, two pools and a lazy river. He comes to the Dowdle team from Martin Concrete Construction, Inc. in Nashville, where he was a project manager. Previously, he was a project manager at Gilbane Building Company in Orlando, Fl. and, before that, McCree General Contractors, also in Orlando. Prior to that he was an assistant project manager at Balfour Beatty Construction in Orlando and a project engineer in the environmental division at Wharton-Smith, Inc. in Sanford, Fl.   

“I’m excited for the opportunity to bring my experience to Dowdle’s clients on this project and others in the pipeline,” said Wilson. “I knew right away that Dowdle would be a great fit for me because it is filled with people who are creative, knowledgeable and incredibly passionate about what they do. I’m thrilled to be joining such a wonderful team.”    

A graduate of Ferris State University, Wilson earned his bachelor’s degree in construction management. He is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), and he is a certified Storm Water Inspector from the Florida Department of Environmental Quality (FDEQ). 

This news appeared in Main Street NashvilleNashville PostNashville Ledger, GCA News, and Nashville Business Journal.



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