PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 6, 2011 - CF Jordan Construction, a leading Texas based commercial construction and construction management company has announced their newest team member, Ryan Lack, Lead Estimator. Lack will be based out of the CF Jordan Dallas office.
Lack is a third generation builder in the construction industry. He brings over 10 professional years in the construction management industry as a project manager and project engineer. Lack received his Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management from Colorado State University. He is currently involved in the Young Constructors Council at TEXO and a member of the American Institute of Constructors. Lack is a Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) and is a member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Texas.
Corbett Nichter, Executive Vice President of Commercial - Dallas for CF Jordan Construction, stated, “We are very pleased to have Ryan join our CF Jordan team. I know his knowledge, expertise, and experiences will make him an invaluable member of our team.”
Lack’s responsibilities at CF Jordan will include complete scope review and pricing, identifying projects to procure, subcontractor relationships and business development.
About CF Jordan Construction
CF Jordan Construction is a recognized leader in the construction industry. During its 40-year history, CF Jordan has completed over $5 billion in project value to include office buildings, hotels, resorts, medical facilities, industrial plants, warehouses, sports complexes, apartments, schools, military defense projects, airports, bridges, roads, utilities, and zoological facilities. CF Jordan’s corporate headquarters are located in El Paso, Texas. They have offices in El Paso, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. For more information visit their website at http://www.cfjordan.com
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CF Jordan Construction is a recognized leader in the construction industry. During its 40-year history, CF Jordan has completed over $5 billion in project value to include residential, infrastructure, commercial, and government.