Patrick Lindahl Joins Gray Construction's West Region Executive Team
Top ranked design-build firm Gray Construction is pleased to announce the addition of Patrick Lindahl to its executive team in the West region. Lindahl will serve as vice president, preconstruction & business development, overseeing the continuous growth of Gray’s preconstruction services and business opportunities for the West region.
Joining a growing team of industry leaders throughout the Western United States, Lindahl brings more than 28 years of construction and customer management experience to Gray. Based out of the West, he will serve customers from coast-to-coast offering unparalleled insight into preconstruction services including estimating, scheduling, budgeting, value engineering and constructability reviews. Having built strong relationships with well-known national companies, architectural firms and industry consultants, Lindahl will be integral to expanding Gray’s dynamic portfolio of work.
“Gray’s commitment to always remain customer and relationship driven aligns perfectly with my own core values and professional efficacy,” said Lindahl. “This opportunity is a natural next step for me and I look forward to strengthening Gray’s already solid customer-base across markets.”
Lindahl joins Gray from a leading retail general contractor, where he served as vice president of estimating and business development for over 12 years.
About Gray Construction
Gray Construction, is a nationally ranked engineering, architecture and construction firm with nearly 60 years of experience in manufacturing, automotive, food and beverage, distribution, hospitality and retail facility construction. Currently, Gray has several large projects that are underway or recently completed including: a Mercedes-Benz manufacturing facility in Vance, Ala.; a fresh pork processing facility in Coldwater, Michigan for Clemens Food Group; a utility vehicle manufacturing facility for Kubota Manufacturing of America Corporation in Gainesville, Ga.; an expansion to Wrigley’s Yorkville, Ill. campus; a foundry and mechanical machining facility for Fritz Winter in Franklin, Ky.; Spanish-based GRI Renewable Industries’ first U.S. based manufacturing facility in Amarillo, Texas; and a manufacturing facility for Weber Metals in Paramount, Calif.
For more information on Gray, visit www.gray.com.