Harold Brewer is President and Director of Operations and has been with American Constructors, Inc. since 1981. In this role, Harold will provide leadership for all phases of the company’s operations, with special emphasis on long-range goals, growth, profit and return on investment. He is also responsible for the overall direction and administration of the programs and services provided by the company. Further, he must continue the development of the organization and people under his direction. Harold has a B.E. in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a B.S. in Engineering Science from David Lipscomb University. He and his wife Tammy have one son, Grayson.
John Madole is a Vice President and Executive in charge of specialty projects with American Constructors. Mr. Madole has over 35 years of experience in the construction industry, including work as a laborer, carpenter, carpenter foreman, superintendent, estimator, project coordinator, project manager, senior project manager and Vice President. John has a B.S. degree in Construction Engineering Technology from Murray State University. Madole has served since March of 2006 as an officer and a member of the Board of Directors of American Constructors, Inc.
Since beginning with American Constructors in 1986, Mr. Madole has managed the successful completion of over $288 million dollars of construction in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area. Significant projects include the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, The Nashville Children’s Theater, WO Smith School of Music, the Wild Horse Saloon, ASCAP Headquarters, Sony Tree Publishing Corporate Headquarters, Sony Tree Recording Studios and EMI Music Headquarters and Recording Studios to name a few.
John and his wife Teresa reside in East Nashville and have three children, Katherine, Rachel and John, Jr.
Matt Moore is Vice President and has been with American Constructors, Inc. since 2002. In this role, Matt has complete responsibility for overall coordination of construction projects assigned to him. His primary responsibilities are to ensure profitable and timely project completions consistent with quality and safety standards. Further, he must continue the development of the organization and people under his direction. He will also advise the President on corporate matters. Matt has a B.S. in Construction Management from Middle Tennessee State University.
Quick Foy is currently the Director of Preconstruction Services with American Constructors. Quick has over 35 years of experience in the construction industry, including intern, project coordinator, project manager, senior project manager, and director of preconstruction. Quick has a B.S. degree in Building Construction from Auburn University. Quick was elected to the Board of Directors at American Constructors in 2009.
Foy's resume of construction projects includes a list of over $300 million of construction management projects. These include 14 hospitals, hotel/office buildings, churches, retail, banks, medical lab facilities, school additions and renovations, nursing homes, and most notably skilled nursing, assisted and independent living facilities.