Project Control has promoted Jack White, LEED AP, to Vice President of the project management consulting firm. Jack will serve as a Project Management Team Leader and assume increased corporate and leadership duties. He will continue to serve our clients’ interests.
Jack came to Project Control in 1998 with over 18 years of experience in project management in both the public and private sectors to the firm. During his tenure, he has managed major projects for Project Control in San Antonio, Texas, including a multi-phase home office building expansion and renovation for a major insurance client, as well as work with Morningside Ministries and Surlean Foods. Jack is currently managing several projects at Trinity University in San Antonio.
“Jack has earned this new leadership position through his hard work and dedication to his clients,” said Bob Crittenden, CEO of Project Control. “Clients appreciate his attention to detail and management expertise.”
Prior to joining Project Control, Jack worked in general construction, including employment with SpawGlass Contractors, Inc., and PECO Construction Co. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and is Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Texas Burn Survivor Society.
Project Control provides owner representation and expert, objective consulting in the project management of commercial construction and real estate development projects from conception to completion. Project Control’s managers represent the owner’s best interest on all issues and alleviate the demands of day-to-day management responsibilities and technical issues associated with major construction projects. Project Control is a subsidiary of Raba Kistner Facilities, Inc. See us online at www.projectcontrol.com