FORT WORTH – TDIndustries has promoted Chris Rogers to Fort Worth Vice President of Special Projects.
Rogers will continue to build lasting relationships with customers while managing TD’s expansion, renovation, and change-out projects in Fort Worth. A 16-year Partner, Rogers has been a steady presence: He was one of the pillars that helped grow TD’s Fort Worth office.
"A model of TD's core values in action, Chris balances a high standard of passionately pursuing excellence with true compassion for our Partners," said David Fultz, Senior VP Fort Worth Construction. "He leads with a servant’s heart in the way he coaches and encourages our Partners to achieve their best, and he shows appreciation every chance he gets."
Rogers holds an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M, and a master’s degree in construction management from Purdue. Initially a project manager, Rogers expanded his role through customer relationships and then team leader. In addition to being LEED-AP certified, Rogers has led projects at Tarrant County College and several federal projects. He also has experience in education, industrial, commercial, and mission-critical facilities. Outside of work, Rogers sits on the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Investor’s Council and is a member of the DFW Lean Construction Institute (LCI) Community of Practice. Personally, Rogers and his wife are proud parents of two young children. He volunteers on mission trips to build churches around the world.
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.