Creating Relationships that are Built to Last
Much like starting construction on a building, creating lasting connections and relationships with clients and partners start with developing a firm foundation. For Nick Wegener, senior project manager with Balfour Beatty's Southeast team, setting the groundwork for a strong foundation in relationships not only showcases why he serves as more than a construction partner, but also his deep commitment our clients' end goals.
Since joining Balfour Beatty in 2006, Nick has contributed to various projects in diverse market sectors across the Southeast from hospitality and commercial to multifamily and military housing. Initially beginning his career with Balfour Beatty on The Palm Coast Resort project in Florida, Nick soon shifted gears to working with the company’s military housing team based in Atlanta. At the time, Balfour Beatty was one of the largest builders of privatized military housing in the country. Nick’s work in this sector included the Navy Southeast Privatized Family Housing project—a multiple award contract (MAC)—and subsequently returning to his hometown to join the Charleston Navy Weapon Station project team.
For David Stanton, Teamwork Key to Remaining Competitive
With more than 20 years in the construction industry, the majority of which have been dedicated to healthcare, David has been responsible for over $1 billion of healthcare construction projects. The projects that comprise David’s impressive and expansive healthcare portfolio include some of the largest and most complex hospital and medical facilities in the Carolinas and Georgia for clients such as Novant Health, Gaston Memorial Hospital, Roper St. Francis Healthcare, McLeod Health, Tuomey Healthcare System, and the Medical University of South Carolina.