Matthew has more than 15 years of experience in the residential and commercial construction industry. Early in his career, he served as a land planner, working closely with developers and municipalities. The next several years were spent with a custom home builder, and working for a commercial contractor, overseeing and managing various aspects of new construction and remodels of office, warehouse, prison, hotel, condominiums, apartments, retail, commercial garage parking, and industrial projects. He has completed more than four million square feet of buildings valued at over $275 million as both a 3rd party contractor and an owner-developer.
Matthew graduated from Texas Tech University with a BBA in business and has accumulated over 45 college credit hours of Construction Technology courses. In addition, he is a proponent of green (sustainable) construction. He received his LEED AP and Green Advantage C/R certification, and has established TDC as a lead safe firm. He currently belongs to the Dallas Builders Association, USGBC North Texas Chapter, and Preservation Dallas.
About Green Design & Construction
Lately, the word “green” has almost devolved into a trendy marketing term, losing a bit of its central meaning in the process. But as it pertains to sustainable design and construction of residential homes and commercial buildings, the concept continues to evolve and become more mainstream. There is a fast-growing trend towards LEED-certified buildings in the commercial market, and we feel it’s only a matter of time before green buildings will be the norm in the residential sector as well. As awareness of the cost benefits and the environmental/social impacts of green buildings grows, people will start to realize the practice makes good sense.
TDC proudly holds three of the top industry and governing green/sustainable design and construction certifications.