November 10: Scott Price, Founder & CEO, Fort Construction

Our guest for the November 10th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Scott Price, Founder & CEO, Fort Construction

Scott Price, Founder & CEO, Fort Construction

Scott Price is a Fort Worth transplant from New York, who moved to the area with his wife and two sons for a job that didn’t pan out. He had always wanted to run his own small company, and after 8 months of gaining capital, Scott founded Fort Construction in October 2005. The first few years were slow, but the company gained momentum and began to grow.

Scott has had involvement in the construction industry for over 25 years. He learned the nuts and bolts of construction earlier in his career when he started as an assistant project manager on a large hotel project in Washington, D.C. From there, he went on to manage over $100 million in construction projects.

Fort Construction is a full-service commercial construction firm based in Fort Worth offering Construction Management, General Contracting, Design/Build and LEED Certification to meet the client’s every need.

Fort’s team prides themselves on the diversity of projects in their portfolio – car dealerships, churches, wedding venues, apartment buildings, medical offices, offices, warehouses, and more – all ranging from interior finish outs and renovations to ground-up new construction.

Phone: 817-885-7979

Guest Scott Price, Host Steve A Klein

October 27: Greg Barron, CEO, The Barron Companies

Our guest for the October 27th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Greg Barron, CEO, The Barron Companies

Greg Barron, CEO, The Barron Companies

Greg Barron is the CEO of The Barron Companies, Inc. and has successfully launched, merged, acquired and purchased companies over the last 37 years in Commercial Construction, Civil Engineering, Architecture, Facility Services, Real Estate Development and Real Estate Financial Modeling Software.

His companies have executed over $750,000,000 in transactional projects in 16 states and five of his companies are still active today.

Greg has served on the Board of Directors of publicly traded First Financial Bank and as the President of the Advisory Board for the College of Business for The University of Texas at Arlington as well as numerous Advisory Boards for real estate, construction, engineering and national non-profits.

Phone: (877) 909-6104

Guest: Greg Barron, Host, Steve A Klein