PREMIER Design + Build Group, LLC has announced that Andy Perez has joined the company’s florida office as a superintendent.
“He will be a great asset to our South Florida office and he is excited about bringing his experience to bear to help clients in his home state,” the design and build firm says in a statement. “His 24/7-commitment to clients is one of his greatest assets, a trait that he has shown throughout his career.”
Perez most recently worked for a leading construction company in Miami, where he was in charge of projects with budgets in the $20 million range. He ensured that these projects came in on time and on budget by working closely with subcontractors, inspectors and city and county officials. Scheduling, strategic thinking and creative problem solving were keys to his success.
Previously, Perez was a project manager coordinating all facets of design and build for a range of commercial and industrial projects. In that role, he worked with general contractors and engineers to help client visions come true. He has managed crews of up to 30 people, and finds that his blend of skills and can-do attitude lend themselves best to a superintendent role, the Premier Design + Build announcement said.
“While I have enjoyed my time as a project manager, I believe I deliver the most value to my clients through my service as a superintendent,” said Perez. “I’m thrilled to be able to work with a leading design and build firm doing what I love best.”
Perez is a natural collaborator, and talented communicator. His partnerships with clients, owners, architects and engineers make a positive difference. With 26 years of experience in the industry, his strong track record speaks for itself.
“Andy has always been there for his Florida clients and you know that he truly cares about them,” says PREMIER vice-president Michael Pacini. “He delivers beyond expectations and is always available to his teammates and clients. That fosters peace of mind, and that’s why we brought him on board. We are excited to have him with us.”