by Michael Dey | Apr 28, 2017 | Uncategorized
Hartness Development, Inc.
Hartness Development, Inc. (HDI) is seeking a self-motivated, high energy and team-oriented Construction Manager to assist in the creation of Hartness, a 440 acre master-planned Traditional Neighborhood Development located in Greenville, South Carolina. This walkable community will consist of more than 600 homes in a variety of architectural styles and types, a 180-acre nature preserve, and a quaint village center with restaurants, retail shops, offices, and civic spaces.
HDI has compiled an exclusive group of local custom home builders to build the majority of the single-family detached homes at Hartness. However, HDI will build, or hire contractors to build, a variety of single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, mixed-use commercial buildings, and community amenities.
Job responsibilities will include, but will not not be limited to:
- Work with the HDI team to plan and manage light commercial and residential construction projects from start to finish
- Collaborate with architects, designers, engineers, general contractors, and other construction industry professionals
- Manage the Hartness builder group
- Create and manage standard residential building specifications
- Administer residential design and construction guidelines
- Support the architectural review process
- Prepare and negotiate cost estimates, budgets, and work timetables
- Select appropriate construction methods and strategies
- Interpret and explain contracts and technical information
- Select, hire, and instruct material suppliers and contractors
- Supervise construction personnel and activities onsite
- Report on work progress and budget matters
Education Requirements: Associate or Bachelor’s degree in construction science, construction management, architecture, or engineering (or qualifying work experience in one or more of these fields).
Work Experience: 10 years minimum experience in light commercial and residential construction.
Professional Licensing: South Carolina Residential Builder (or have qualifications for licensing); South Carolina General Contractor (or have qualifications for licensing).
Interested applicants, contact Clay Driggers, Director of Development, Hartness Development, Inc., 3500 S. Highway 14,Greenville, SC 29615. 864-304-0472. email@example.com.
by ShoesOptional | Aug 25, 2015 | Uncategorized
Come out to our Panel Event on September 3rd.
Hosted and sponsored by Jeff Lynch!
This is a free event for SMC members.
Breakfast is included for this event, we will also be accepting new school supplies for Greenville County Schools.
Don’t miss out- Learn More, Earn More!
by Michael Dey | Aug 13, 2015 | Uncategorized
For the second consecutive year, GBS Building Supply made Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private firms. GBS ranked 3087, with a 113% increase in revenue. GBS’ 2014 revenue was $50.1 million. GBS was ranked 3566 in 2014 and added 31 new jobs in the last year.
by ShoesOptional | Jun 7, 2013 | Uncategorized
As you may have heard Builders and HBA members from all states including South Carolina and your HBA of Greenville took a trip to Washington DC for the Annual NAHB Legislative conference. While many important issues have been talked about and discussed here are several pictures of the local delegation during their meetings with South Carolina elected officials.
Here they are meeting with Congressman Jeff Duncan. Included in these photos are Mike Freeman of ACA/Freewood ACA/ Freewood Contracting, Eric Hedrick of Cornerstone Contractors Inc, and Michael Dey of The HBA of Greenville along with the other members from South Carolina.
For more information on the National conference please take a look at the article below.
Members of the nation’s home building industry visited Capitol Hill this week, highlighting both the economic value and future potential of the industry for job creation and economic growth and making the case on policy issues that could affect the industry: tax reform, housing finance reform, immigration reform and production credit. Because the home building industry is dominated by small businesses across the nation, the sector’s growth can have widespread beneficial impacts.
Indeed, continuing to support economic growth, construction activity increased for single-family and multifamily development in April. Having grown for 22 of the last 23 months, single-family home construction spending increased 1.4% over March and is up 38.6% from this time last year.
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by Michael Dey | Jul 21, 2011 | Uncategorized
Three HBA of Greenville member companies made Inc. magazine’s list of fastest growing private companies in America.
ProSource, based in Greenville, ranked 2,811 on the Inc. list. Click here to view their profile on the Inc. list.