Posted by on Jul 17, 2015 in All, BCGC Employees, Featured, Inside BCGC, News |

DALLAS/FT. WORTH, JULY 17, 2015 – EMPLOYEE-OWNED BARTLETT COCKE GENERAL CONTRACTORS  PROMOTES BRANDON PATTON TO REGIONAL MANAGER.

 

Brandon Patton

Regional Manager, North Texas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employee-owned Bartlett Cocke General Contractors (BCGC) has promoted BRANDON PATTON to Regional Manager for BCGC’s North Texas area.

Patton draws on 20 years of industry experience and has been with Bartlett Cocke General Contractors for 14 years, successfully holding various positions such as Project Manager and Senior Project Manager in the company’s Austin and San Antonio offices. Ten years ago he became an employee-owner.

Patton began his construction career in the DFW area and is eager to return to Dallas, where the position is located.

“Brandon has been a dedicated employee and we’re confident he’ll remain committed to the Bartlett Cocke philosophy of delivering the best value to our clients,” says BCGC’s Kevin Byrd, Vice President- Central Texas. “The future of our North Texas office will be in great hands with his leadership.”

Brandon received his Bachelor’s in Construction Science from Texas A&M University. He is married, has two daughters, and is very active as a volunteer at their schools and serves as president of their swim team. Brandon is a member of the Association of General Contractors and Association of Builders and Contractors.

Check out Brandon’s spotlight in the Dallas Business Journal’s People on the Move.

 

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About Bartlett Cocke General Contractors  |   Since 1959, Bartlett Cocke General Contractors has grown steadily to become the largest commercial building contractor in San Antonio and the 16th largest general contractor in the state of Texas. With a unique reputation for value building for clients, the employee-owned firm stays customer focused, making fair, honest, quality-based decisions that keep clients satisfied and loyal. Representative projects of the company include: Del Mar College New Health Science and Emerging Technology Center, John Paul Stevens High School, Medical Arts Research Center at The UT Health Science Center, World Savings and Loan Corporate Headquarters, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas, Lehman High School, Lady Bird Johnson National Wildflower Research Center, Southwest Research Institute Applied Physics Facility, Louis Brandeis High School, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas, Prairie View A&M Arts and Architecture Building, Missouri City Middle School, Trinity University New Northrup Hall, South Texas Blood and Tissue Center and the Children’s Cancer Research Institute.  bartlettcocke.com