Steve serves as national director – planning and construction, where he is responsible for national oversight of planning and construction management activities across all platforms of the company. He works with regional teams to implement best practices for all facets of preconstruction, design and construction management with particular emphasis on design-to-budget coordination. He is currently leading the preconstruction effort on over 700,000 sf of high-rise commercial office and multi-family product and 10 acres of site development.


In his previous role as Vice President – Construction, Steve managed the design and construction of over 3 million sf commercial office, retail and industrial projects. These projects include 3400 CityLine, a 325,000 sf office building, Westway Plaza, a 319,000 sf office building, BHP Tower, a 600,000 sf, 30 story office tower in the Houston Galleria, Eldridge Oaks, a 325,000 sf, 13 story office building, Gulf States Toyota, a 475,000, three building build-to-suit corporate campus and over 1,000,000 sq ft of spec industrial warehouse space.
Prior to joining Transwestern in 2006, Steve spent 15 years with Fluor Corporation during which he managed Fluor’s 1.2 million sf Lake Pointe Plaza as Facility Manager before taking a position with Fluor’s Infrastucture group as Deputy Project Manager on large-scale aviation and heavy civil projects.  During his tenure, his project experience included the 1.5 million sf, $1.6 billion Terminal Four at JFK International Airport in New York; the $1.4 billion Design-Build SH-130 Toll Road east of Austin; and the $235 million redevelopment of the TH-52 highway in Rochester, Minnesota. Prior to Steve’s employment at Fluor, Steve was with Tribble & Stephens where he held various positions as Superintendent, Estimator and Project Manager and was responsible for numerous retail and industrial projects. 


Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Construction at Louisiana State University.