FORT WORTH – TDIndustries has promoted Brent Hawley to Fort Worth Vice President of New Construction. Hawley will continue to lead TD’s project management, production, and estimating efforts, while adding greater oversight of all new construction operations in Fort Worth.
Hawley came to TD three years ago from Kansas City as TD’s operations manager for Fort Worth. During his almost-30 years in construction, he has overseen major projects throughout the nation, including Medical Center of Arlington’s women’s tower renovation, Las Vegas’ University Medical Center expansion, the University of Kentucky hospital patient tower construction, and University Medical Center in El Paso. Locally, he supported or led construction efforts at Frost Tower, several hospitals, and a major corporate campus relocation project.
When he joined TD, his experience immediately added strong expertise to TD’s Fort Worth division.
"Brent is an incredible example of living out our core value of Passionately Pursuing Excellence," said David Fultz, Fort Worth Senior Vice President. "He helps drive our team to improve every day. This includes growing other Partners through soft-skills training, challenging us to improve our efforts and discipline around ZERO Harm, and challenging the status quo on what excellence in execution looks like."
A Kansas State alumnus, Hawley is married and has two adult sons.
Since 1946, TD has provided innovative engineering, construction and facilities services that optimize the performance of world-class mechanical systems. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, TD has offices in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, Richardson, San Antonio and Phoenix, Arizona. Learn more at www.TDIndustries.com.