Tim Brewer is a Senior Superintendent with American Constructors. Tim has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, including work as a Construction Laborer, Apprentice, Carpenter, Carpenter Foreman, Assistant Superintendent, Project Superintendent and Senior Superintendent. Tim is a master builder with skills in virtually all trades. He is highly motivated and excels in both the construction of complex steel and concrete structures and highly detailed and ornate finishes.
Since beginning his tenure with American Constructors in 1990, Tim has overseen the successful completion of over $155 million of construction in Middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States. Some of his significant projects include the Wildhorse Saloon, Christ Presbyterian Academy, The Cumberland at Green Hills, Holy Family Catholic Church Addition, Brentwood Baptist Church Sanctuary, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center Site Scape and three new on-campus dormitories for Austin Peay State University that house approximately 400 students. Tim recently constructed the Southeast Davidson Complex Ice Center, which also serves as a practice facility for the Nashville Predators. He is currently at Overton High School completing a 28,000 SF addition and 157,000 SF renovation for Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Tim and his wife Alisa live in Smyrna, Tennessee and have one daughter, Emma.
John Armour is a Senior Superintendent with American Constructors. John’s experience in the construction industry includes work as a Laborer, Carpenter Helper, Concrete Finisher, Carpenter, Carpenter Foreman, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent. John graduated from DeKalb County High School.
In his years with American Constructors, John has been an integral part of the successful completion of over $187 million of construction in Middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States. Significant projects include Brentwood Academy Fine Arts and Athletics, Spring Station Middle School, Nolensville Elementary School, Nolensville Town Hall and NHC Place Cool Springs. He recently completed the state-of-the-art $27 million Student Recreation and Wellness Center for Vanderbilt University.
John recently completed a new Skilled Nursing Facility for National HealthCare Corporation, valued at $29 million dollars. John has three children and four grandchildren.
Tim Robertson is a Project Superintendent with American Constructors and has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry including working as an ironworker, electrician, welder, cabinet maker, carpenter, carpentry foreman, assistant superintendent, and superintendent. Tim’s past experience with numerous trades has allowed him to develop into a dynamic construction supervisor with an extensive knowledge of the procedures required to make a complex project successful.
Since beginning his tenure with American Constructors in 1991, Tim has built over $341 million of construction in Middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States. Significant projects include the Schermerhorn Symphony Center Flood Remediation and Mitigation ($33M), the Commons at Vanderbilt Phase I & II ($85M), Coffee County Middle School ($21M), Randolph School Campus with Athletic Facilities, Fine Arts Center and Administrative, Classroom and Science Building ($27M), Tennessee Christian Medical Center and Baptist Emergency Center ($34M), and four retirement and nursing facilities for National Healthcare ($48M).
In the summer of 2015, Tim completed a fast-track, 92 day, 80,000 SF $6 Million dormitory renovation at Lipscomb University and recently completed their new $9 million, 27,000 SF Fields Engineering Center.
Tim is married to Melinda Robertson and they have two sons, Chad and Derek and two grandchildren. His son, Chad, has worked many years with our firm and is employed as a field engineer.
Phil Slate is a Superintendent with American Constructors. Phil has over 35 years of experience in the construction industry, including work as a Laborer, Apprentice Carpenter, Carpenter, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent. Phil received his High School Diploma from Madison High School and graduated from the ABC Building Trades School. Phil is also a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Green Associate.
In his years with American Constructors, Phil has overseen the successful completion of over $80 million of construction in Middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States. Significant projects include over 50 laboratory projects at Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, St. Philip Catholic Church, Tullahoma High School Auditorium Renovation, and several projects at Trevecca Nazarene University including two phases at the Adams Building, a renovation to McClurken Hall and the Cadaver Lab Renovation. He is recently completed the University School of Nashville’s Centennial Project valued $7.5 million and is currently overseeing a 70,500 SF Addition and 140,000 SF Renovation at Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Magnet High School for Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Phil and his wife, Diana reside in Robertson County and have two children, Toby and Tabitha, and four grandchildren, Dakota, Tuff, Ty and Sircy.
Bradley Hall is a Project Superintendent with American Constructors. Bradly has many years of experience in the construction industry, including work as a laborer, carpenter helper, carpenter, foreman, field engineer, equipment operator, assistant superintendent and superintendent. Bradley graduated from DeKalb County High School in 1995.
In his years with American Constructors, Bradley has had a part in over $250 million dollars of construction in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area. Starting as a field laborer in the summer of 1994, Bradley quickly developed the skills needed to succeed in the industry. Over the years he has become efficient in job oversight, scheduling of manpower, material, equipment and tool delivery and building layout. Significant projects include the Schermerhorn Symphony Center ($120M), the Country Music hall of Fame ($37M), Summit High School ($33M), Shelbyville Central High School ($25M), and Belmont University’s new Concert Hall ($10M).
Bradley’s emphasis as an assistant superintendent at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame was structural layout. Here Bradley performed and supervised the structural layout of all walls, columns and beams as well as equipment and system layout coordination with other trades.
He has completed multiple projects on the campus of University of the Sewanee at Sewanee, where he is currently working on the duPont Learning Commons.
Brad and his wife Lacy have two children and reside in DeKalb County, Tennessee.
Bill has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry, including work as a Field Supervisor, Mechanical Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent.
Bill graduated from West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida and attended South Seminole Community College. In 8 years with American Constructors, Bill has been involved with the successful completion of over $174 million dollars of construction in Middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States. Significant projects include The Commons at Peabody at Vanderbilt University ($87M), Summit High School ($33M) and Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama ($27M). He was an integral part of our team that completed the new Recreation and Wellness Center at Vanderbilt University ($27M). Bill recently converted an existing hospital to a Skilled Nursing Facility for National Healthcare Corporation, as well as the new NHC Maury Regional Medical Center facility in Columbia, Tennessee.
Bill and his wife Joanna have three children, Kayla, Annabelle and Hawkin.
Chris graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2009 and came to work for American as an hourly field employee while our firm constructed World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro. His attention to detail and calm, articulate manner caught the eye of our Senior Superintendent, Larry Hawker, during construction of the church.
Upon completion of World Outreach, Chris continued full time for American Constructors. American Constructors was asked to implement a plan to save the Schermerhorn Symphony Center after the devastating floods of 2010. This was a 7 day a week, 24 hour a day operation for 7 months. Larry managed the first 12 hour shift and assigned Chris to manage the second shift as his Assistant Superintendent. The project was a success and the Symphony Center re-opened on schedule for New Years’ Eve 2010.
From the Symphony Chris joined our team building the new Nelson Andrews Leadership Center and was promoted to Superintendent in 2013. He recently completed the new Memory Care Addition at NHC Adams Place in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Chris and his wife Kirby live in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and have two sons, Elliott and Grayson.
Wayne Malone has over 45 years of experience in the construction industry, 15 years of those spent with American Constructors. He has completed more than twenty healthcare projects and most recently has been working with Maury Regional Medical Center on their Critical Care and Clinical Decision Units and is currently working on their Cancer Center.
Wayne and his wife Doris reside in Dowelltown where they enjoy their garden and spending time with their four great-grandchildren.
Donnie Stubblefield has worked on over fifteen projects valued at over $150 million dollars. Donnie is a Superintendent and in command of field operations. His abilities are showcased in the past construction projects off the Trevecca Nazarene Bell Tower, Vanderbilt Sports and Recreation Facility, the Schermerhorn Symphony, Brentwood Baptist Church Chapel, and National HealthCare’s Place at the Trace in Bellevue, Tennessee. Donnie recently the new Music Building at Trevecca Nazarene University.
Donnie is a skilled craftsman with leadership skills and knowledge of all trades which make him an asset to our construction field operations. Donnie and his wife, Tara, have three children, Tate, Jessica and Jimmy and reside in the Portland, Tennessee area.
Mark recently joined the American Constructors team, bringing over thirty (30) years experience in the construction industry , all completed in the Middle Tennessee area. Most recently his projects included the new $25 million campus relocation of Welch College in Gallatin, Tennessee. Mark is currently onsite at the Brentwood Academy Connector project.
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In 2005, shortly after moving from Southern California to Middle Tennessee, Eugenio joined American Constructors as a laborer on The Commons at Peabody (Vanderbilt University). He was quickly promoted to carpenter and was integral to the success of several projects. Over the last 10+ years, Eugenio has gained experience in building, renovating and restoring churches, schools, retirement residences, community centers and performing arts facilities in and around Middle Tennessee. Notably, Eugenio worked with dedication on the post-flood restoration efforts for the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in 2010. His natural leadership abilities and his strong work ethics were recognized by the company, and in 2016, Eugenio was promoted to his current role of Assistant Superintendent. He recently completed the new Memory Care Addition at NHC Adams Place.
Eugenio and his wife Leanne live in Murfreesboro with theirthree children, Ava, Gabriela and Emanuel.