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Do What You Say You Are Going To Do

With over 27 years of experience in the construction environment, Terrance Sterett is a construction executive who is driven to build.   He has extensive experience in business development, operations, preconstruction, staffing, and leadership of the project team from project inception to completion.

 As a licensed professional engineer with a Master's in Civil Engineering and LEED accredited professional, he uses his technical expertise, analytical and leadership skills, strategy implementation, and first-hand project knowledge to mentor and inspire project teams.    

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Driven to Build

Terrance comes from a long line of builders and pilots: his grandfather, uncle, and father were all in construction and aviation, and his grandmother was even a stunt pilot. Terrance, who lives in an aviation community near Tampa, got his pilot’s license in 2019 and has since earned his instrument rating, his multiengine rating, and his complex and high-performance endorsements. Those certifications open doors for using the aircraft, including travel for work and fun, like vacations and competitive spearfishing tournaments.

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Building Character Back Into Construction

Honesty, Integrity, Quality, and Safety 

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"Eliminate Waste in All I Do"

Terrance has always been inclined to find ways to eliminate waste in everything he does in both his personal life and professional life. Terrance has always gravitated to Lean principles. He learned a lot about it when he did construction work for Toyota Motor Manufacturing for four years. Toyota applies lean in everything they do.

Terrance was always intrigued by the power given to their employees with continuous improvement principles. Their workers could suggest improvements to the production lines. If that improvement made that worker's job easier by eliminating one step or movement in every task for that day, the company would spend the money to make the change. 

After seeing this first hand while working there, Terrance did his Master's in Civil Engineering project on Value Stream mapping. He saw the benefits of using lean principles on many jobs. Not all lean principles work for all types of projects. A leader and his team need to work together and decide what will and will not work for that particular project and/or team. 

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Major Projects Performed

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Education, Automotive, Aviation, Industrial, Condominium - Mixed Use, Assisted Living, State and Municipal

Projects completed in Florida, Kentucky, Alabama, and Texas with various customers, architects, and engineers.


Delivered projects as  Design-Build, General Contractor, Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR)

Various delivery models of Lump Sum, Guaranteed Maximum Price, Time and Material, Fee-Based and Incentive Based

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Creates an environment where trade partners are treated with dignity and respect.

Provides leadership for local and M/WBE participation, 25 years of local market knowledge, and relationships built on trust and integrity.

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The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual. - Vince Lombardi

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Safety Audits, Support for Safety Professionals, Strong Safety Culture, Near Miss Programs, Secure Sites, Safety Signage, Good Housekeeping, Documentation and Reporting, CSI, Hazzard Awareness

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