A second-generation contractor, Jack has held multiple positions with D+H, starting in carpentry, moving to site superintendent, then on to project manager, and is currently one of the company owners. As project manager at D+H, he provides coordination between the project owner and field personnel to ensure that the owner’s needs are met, develops and implements project documents, works closely with architects, construction managers, subcontractors, and superintendents, creates complex schedules, ensures excellent quality control and site safety, and maintains clear communication among diverse stakeholders. He is also involved in new project planning for D+H, including drawing review, subcontractor selection, bid proposals, and budget development. Jack believes in sustainability through good construction practices and job-site awareness.
- University of California, Berkeley: BA in Political Science, 2009.
- The Sierra Institute: Field study program through Humboldt State Extended Education: Reclaiming Your Place – The art and study of sustainable living, 2008.
- Member: Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area (DSCBA)
- OSHA-30 Construction