“As Philip Dormer Stanhope once wrote, “In truth, whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well; and nothing can be done well without attention”.”
– Peter Crum
I got my start in the construction industry at the age of 19, framing houses at the base of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Nineteen years later, I joined David Boland, Inc. as a Quality Control Engineer, overseeing construction of a Blackhawk helicopter hangar at Fort Carson, Colorado.
In my time with the company, I have been fortunate to work on a diverse range of projects, been given the opportunity to expand my knowledge of the industry, and have had the pleasure to work with exceptional people, both in the field and at our Home Office in Titusville, Florida. Working with David Boland, Inc. has deepened my appreciation for all the hard-working individuals that must work together to successfully complete a project. It is extremely gratifying to be part of a project that is completed safely, with quality, and on time; it takes a great team to hit the target.
When I am not at work, I enjoy hiking with my youngest daughter, braving the theme park crowds with my wife, and searching the Space Coast for the best shrimp and grits. I enjoy watching great films, although I do lament the lack of construction management representation in cinema; Citizen Kane would be on another level if its title character was a Construction Manager.
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado