EMJ Construction has promoted Jack Brown to Vice President of Construction for its Dallas-based team.
In his role, he will continue to build client relationships and pursue new work, while providing oversight and strategic vision to the operations team, ensuring every client receives an innovative and customized construction experience.
“Jack has worked seamlessly alongside the rest of our team since joining EMJ this past April,” said William Mosher, EVP, EMJ Construction Dallas. “His client-centric approach has enabled us to expand into new regions and build a great pipeline of work.”
While at EMJ, Jack has been a part of the Montecillo Town Center project in El Paso, which broke ground earlier this fall, along with two multifamily projects set to break ground this upcoming spring in New Mexico and Colorado.
Jack has over 35 years of construction management experience, including time at Balfour Beatty, CBG Building Company, and BBL Construction as a leader of Multi-family and Mixed-Use markets. He has a track record of success in growing profitable business units while building and developing operations teams that deliver added value at every level.
“I have received nothing but overwhelming acceptance and support from all levels since being here at EMJ,” said Jack Brown. “I look forward to helping continue to further diversify the company’s project types across the nation.”
Jack earned a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Broward University. When he’s not working, you can find him in his community serving at youth sporting events, in the air enjoying the freedom of flight as a private pilot, or going on walks with his two Biewer Terriers – Hyatt and Westin.