CRAIN ADDS SUPERINTENDENT, PROJECT ENGINEERS TO TEAM

CRAIN ADDS SUPERINTENDENT, PROJECT ENGINEERS TO TEAM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. Crain Construction, Inc. has added to its team Luther Bowdoin as a superintendent and Hannah Shivas Fitzpatrick and Brett Gregory as project engineers.

Bowdoin is a superintendent with almost 40 years of construction experience and a great understanding of all phases of the construction process. He has worked in construction management in the Southeast on ground up projects with complicated site work including heavy civil water and wastewater projects.  He holds an associate degree from Wallace Community College in Dothan, Ala., and is Procore certified.

Fitzpatrick is a project engineer who worked for Washington, D.C.-area construction companies for five years prior to returning to her Nashville hometown. An Auburn University graduate, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in building science and has OSHA 30 certification, is a U.S. Green Building Council Green Associate and has Construction Quality Management for Contractors credentials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Gregory is a project engineer who spent the past three years constructing retail stores in the Southwest. A graduate of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in construction management, is a LEED Green Associate and Procore certified. Currently, he is part of the Crain project team for the Fairlane Hotel at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Union Street in downtown Nashville.

“These three bring unique experience handling challenging projects, from extensive site work to short build times to renovation of historical properties,” said Michael Rankin, president of Crain Construction. “They also fit with our culture of always doing the right thing.”

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