Our Guest for the July 16th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Thomas Crowther, CEO/Managing Partner, The Crowther Group
Thomas Crowther, CEO/Managing Partner, The Crowther Group
Thomas Crowther leads The Dallas Fort-Worth based Crowther Group of Companies, a Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas based Construction Management and Design Build Firm, specializing in multi-site projects, commercial construction and design build projects.
Headquartered in North Texas, The Crowther Group brings over 80 years of experience. Thomas has over two decades of experience in the construction industry managing remodels, new construction, and build-to-suit retail projects for national retailers such as Target, JCPenney and Walmart.
Prior to seeding The Crowther Group, Thomas worked for Arch-Con Corporation, Cypress Equities, The Beck Group, Adolfson and Peterson Construction and Turner, delivering more than two million square feet of leasable space in 10 states including Texas.
Our Guest for the July 9th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Joe Jouvenal, Southern Regional President. McCarthy Building Companies
Joe Jouvenal, Southern Regional President. McCarthy Building Companies
Joe Jouvenal is responsible for overseeing all McCarthy operations in the Southern Region. McCarthy Building Companies is one of the largest construction firms in the United States. The company operates out of seven full service offices that include its home base of St. Louis and Dallas Texas. McCarthy handles building projects specializing in hospital, parking structure, bridge, educational, biotech, and high-tech industrial construction.
With more than 20 years of experience, Joe has held multiple field and leadership positions including project manager and project director. In his previous role as executive vice president operations for the Southern Region, he led management on projects in the healthcare, corporate and municipal market sectors.
McCarthy traces its roots to 1864, when Irish immigrant Timothy McCarthy founded a lumber company in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The small company built farmhouses and barns around the Ann Arbor area for the next four decades, later also building some public and commercial structures.