As Vice President of Project Control, Andrew has led several high-profile construction projects significant to San Antonio and Texas, including the San Antonio Food Bank Culinary Center Expansion ($16M), where he oversaw the building of one of the largest kitchens in South Texas. The expansion allowed the San Antonio Food Bank to provide five times the number of meals it currently serves. He also led construction of the San Antonio Humane Society (SAHS) Leeu Naylor Medical Building ($9M), which more than doubled the number of pets the SAHS can serve in our community per year.
Andrew has a passion for higher education projects and the role they play in establishing a strong and successful future workforce. He led the construction of the first new veterinary school in Texas in more than 100 years, the Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine ($100M), as well as the Texas Tech Experimental Sciences Building II ($77M), which pushed the university to become the 7th Texas university to earn the Very High Research Activity category, often referred to as "Carnegie Tier One.”
Last but not least, Andrew was selected to lead construction of the K9 for Warriors Petco K9 Center, the new Southwest US hub for rescuing San Antonio shelter dogs for training as service dogs for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma at zero cost to the veteran. He has spearheaded local efforts for K9 for Warrior’s to keep the Petco K9 Center project on track during the pandemic through major local construction donations.
Andrew’s work experience and leadership accomplishments are a testament to his success in moving the needle forward for innovative engineering solutions leading to the betterment of San Antonio and surrounding communities.