ENR Southeast's 2011 Top 20 Under 40
Created a construction unit from his father’s development company
Hathaway Construction Services
Based on his early success with the company on residential construction projects, Hathaway and his supervisor, Mike Muggridge, were challenged by Hathaway’s father to create Hathaway Construction Services. The company, which focuses on multifamily housing in the Southeast, built more than 3,000 units between 2001 and 2005.
Started at the bottom of a new firm and rose to division leader
33, Division president
Cox Schepp Construction
Within four years of being hired, Johnson was a senior project manager. Then, in 2008, the company launched a new division focused on the hospitality market. With Johnson as its leader, that division recently earned more than $60 million in revenues.
Got a head start by learning about construction work at the age of six
38, Project Executive
Suffolk Construction Co.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
At the age of six, Langford helped his parents hammer nails and paint the exterior of their family home. So it is not surprising that, after graduating from college, he quickly rose to become a project executive for Suffolk’s Southeast region, where he has worked on education and technology projects.
Focuses on new technologies, such as building information modeling
28, Construction Model Manager
The Weitz Co.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Lengieza has managed a growing list of award-winning projects. Using his knack for adapting quickly to new technologies, he enhanced applications of BIM by augmenting the software with laser scanning, model-based layout, holograms and field integration, sharing his insights with colleagues.
Leadership has characterized his short career so far
27, Project Manager
Barton Malow Co.
During his relatively brief tenure with Barton Mallow, McFadden has spearheaded several initiatives aimed at elevating his company’s stature as well as the stature of the profession. He has been instrumental in enhancing the use of BIM-enabled project management as well as applying sustainable building technologies to, among other projects, landmark sports facilities.
A deep foundations guru who is widely traveled and published
38, Senior Associate
Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
Miami Lakes, Fla.
With experience all over the world, Langan is a deep-foundations guru who has been lead geotechnical engineer on some of Florida’s tallest buildings, including the Four Seasons/Millennium Hotel and Tower in Miami. He currently is working on the Port of Miami tunnel, which will be the first large-diameter tunnel constructed in Florida’s challenging soft sediments. The Langan principal who nominated Meyer describes him as “hardworking, motivated, ethical, intelligent, inspiring and caring about his profession, projects and co-workers.”
Has been instrumental in expanding company services
38, Vice President, Building Division
Barnhill Contracting Co.
In 2010, Robert Barnhill, Barnhill’s chairman, appointed Moser as vice president of the company’s $225-million building division. Moser joined Barnhill 13 years ago as a project engineer, and over the years he has been instrumental in expanding the services offered by the building division. With legislation approving the approach in 2001, Moser and Barnhill added construction management-at-risk to the company’s list of services. Since then, the firm has delivered more than 40 projects using that delivery method.