When we started C3 Companies our idea was to utilize our knowledge and experience to provide construction management and general contracting services to multi-family and commercial developers in the southeast that value a cost-efficient business model, but that still maintains the highest quality standards and project schedules. C3 is able to compete against the larger general contracting firms and, due to our size and our financial stability, we will offer lower overhead and profit margins to developers with no sacrifice in performance.
We are a hard-working, honest group of individuals who strive to develop relationships with single family homeowners and developers in the multi-family and commercial industry and would welcome the opportunity to work with you and your staff in the renovation and/or construction of your project.
During high school and throughout college he worked for various local construction companies part-time and during summer break.. Drew earned his degree in Environmental Design/Architecture at the University of Colorado, Boulder. For the next 11 years Drew worked continually for Sierra Contracting Corp. working his way from an entry-level field position to vice president heading the pre-construction division.
He then spent the next several years broadening his experience in real estate and construction by working as a real estate development manager with CORO Realty and most recently as the Southeast Regional Construction Manager for The Lane Company. Drew has a broad, yet in-depth level of experience in multi-family construction and development and is an expert in everything from traditional garden style to high density mixed use.
He also has extensive experience in single family and commercial construction.
Working for various local construction companies, part-time and during the summers while living in New York, Rob earned his degree in Economics and Business at the State University of New York at Albany. He started his construction management training after college working for a Commercial Interiors company in Manhattan, New York called Structure Tone Inc. After successfully completing the training program with Structure Tone, Rob moved to Atlanta in 1993 and began working for a venture capitalist where he managed the construction of several retail stores in Atlanta.
In 1996, Rob was hired as a project manager with Sierra Contracting Corp and managed up to six projects at one time to expected profit margins. After working his way to senior level management with Sierra, Rob left them in 2003 and partnered with one of his colleagues to start another General Contracting firm called Standard Building Company.
He became the Vice President of Standard in 2005 and grew the general contracting company to a $40 million dollar company by 2008. Due to the economic downturn of 2009, wherein banks chose to recall the owner loans, due to declining appraisal values of the projects, leaving Owners unable to fund draws for previously completed work, Standard Building ceased operating in 2010. Rob has over 20 years' of managing multi-family and commercial construction projects located throughout the Southeast.