OUR HISTORY

Billington Construction was founded to serve Central Texas in 1963, and in 1972, Bob Pearson joined its team. In 1985, he decided to purchase the company for which he worked, and a few years later, changed its name to Pearson Construction. In 2012, Bob Pearson passed away, but Scott has worked to build upon the solid foundation his father entrusted to him. He now sits at the helm of Pearson Construction, leading the direction of the company, and developing new business.

Scott Pearson worked with his father, learning how a true leader manages business affairs. In 1992, his first position on the project team was estimator and purchasing agent. Four years later, his responsibilities were expanded to include business development and community relations, and he progressed to earn the title of senior project manager. Working closely side-by-side with his father, the younger Pearson saw first-hand how a true leader manages business affairs ethically and successfully. Bob Pearson would lose money before giving a client a less-than-quality end result on a project.

Bob Pearson, 1942 – 2011

Building on family tradition to provide excellence to our clients.

AWARDS AND AFFILIATIONS

We are members of the Associated General Contractors of America. AGC serves our nation’s construction professionals by promoting the skill, integrity and responsibility of those who build America. AGC’s vision is to promote a better industry for the professionals who build America’s future.

  • 2006 Outstanding Construction Award, Insurors of Texas Building, Texas Building Branch AGC
  • 2010 Outstanding Construction Award, Creekwood Dental Arts, Texas Building Branch AGC
  • Certificate of Recognition, Excellence in Safety Programs, Texas Building Branch AGC 2000-2010

United Masonry Contractors Association, 1998 Golden Trowel Award, Outstanding Leadership on the Sacred Heart Catholic Church

We are the only approved Nucor Building Dealer in the area.

LEADERSHIP

Scott Pearson

Scott Pearson

President

Scott Pearson leads Pearson Construction, committed to continuing the legacy of integrity and commitment to quality begun by his father, Bob Pearson. Billington Construction was founded to serve Central Texas in 1963, and in 1972, Bob Pearson joined its team. In 1985, he decided to purchase the company for which he worked, and a few years later, changed its name to Pearson Construction. Scott worked with his father, learning how a true leader manages business affairs. In 1992, his first position on the project team was estimator and purchasing agent. Four years later, his responsibilities were expanded to include business development and community relations, and he progressed to earn the title of senior project manager. Working closely side-by-side with his father, the younger Pearson saw first-hand how a true leader manages business affairs ethically and successfully. Bob Pearson would lose money before giving a client a less-than-quality end result on a project. In 2012, Bob Pearson passed away, but Scott has worked to build upon the solid foundation his father entrusted to him. He now sits at the helm of Pearson Construction, leading the direction of the company, and developing new business. However, Scott is not afraid to get his hands dirty, frequently serving as project manager on several contracts each year. His daily responsibilities also include coordination between architects and project owners on design and cost elements.

Kyle Pearson

Kyle Pearson

Vice President/Safety Director/Project Manager

Kyle Pearson joined Pearson Construction’s team in 1995, and serves as a project manager, the company’s purchasing officer and safety director. However, his chief role within our company is developing and implementing safety protocols to prevent injury on and near job sites. Largely thanks to his work as safety director, Pearson Construction was awarded a Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Safety Programs by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

The safety director requires employees to strictly adhere to the Pearson Construction operations manual, which includes rules that meet and surpass the safety requirements of Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our company has never had a worker fatality during duty, has an exceptionally low safety modifier and has never been investigated by OSHA.

Thanks to policies implemented by Kyle, we conduct Toolbox Safety Talks weekly which contain material developed by AGC between all superintendents, workers and subcontractors. In addition to quality-check and safety walk-throughs are done daily by superintendents and weekly by project managers. Kyle is also responsible for the implementation of Pearson’s Storm Water Prevention Program meeting requirements set out by the Environment Protection Agency, as well as assisting with purchasing and contract administration. Kyle, along with his brother Scott Pearson, holds true to the founding principles laid out by their father, Bob Pearson. Billington Construction was founded to serve Central Texas in 1963, and in 1972, Bob Pearson joined its team. In 1985, he decided to purchase the company for which he worked, and a few years later, changed its name to Pearson Construction. Kyle worked with his dad, and he learned first-hand the high value his dad placed on both integrity and quality. Bob was known to say that he would lose money before giving a client a less-than-Pearson Construction Team Kyle Pearson quality end result on a project. In 2012, Bob Pearson passed away, and Kyle works to continue the legacy left behind by his dad.

James Dutschmann

James Dutschmann

Project Manager/Estimator/Draftsman

As project manager, James Dutschmann is responsible for the duties of detailed communication on a day-to-day basis, serving as liaison between owners, Pearson Construction, architect and consultants for projects to which he assigned. He is also responsible for conducting pre-award conferences, weekly meetings, pre-start of work conferences, submittal approvals and closeout conferences. During construction, he is responsible for keeping the field organized and supplied with information. Before project work begins, James works with the design team in the preparation of preliminary schematic drawings and final working drawings, as well as full-color, 3D renderings.

Rickey Henry

Rickey Henry

Vice President/Senior Project Manager/Chief Estimator

Since 1979, Rickey Henry has served as a project draftsman and designer, estimator and purchasing agent, project manager, chief estimator and vice president for Pearson Construction. His daily responsibilities currently include project management, design, and estimating of all types of construction projects.

Dwane Maynard

Dwane Maynard

Superintendent


Dwane Maynard has been a key team member ever since joining Pearson Construction. He is directly responsible for leading field aspects and daily operations for Pearson Construction. The superintendent ensures timely delivery of building components to the job site, and implements tracking of Pearson’s Safety and QA/QC programs. Maynard is responsible for the coordination, scheduling, review, and processing of all submittals, mock-ups, shop drawings, logs, requests for pricing, and information. He prepares minutes and schedules weekly meetings attended by project owners, architects and subcontractors, as well as actively participating in them. He also coordinates and schedules daily construction activities between all participants

Mark Denton

Mark Denton

Superintendent

Mark Denton has been a key team member ever since joined Pearson Construction. He is directly responsible for leading field aspects and daily operations for Pearson Construction. As superintendent, he ensures timely delivery of building components to the job site, and implements tracking of Pearson’s Safety and QA/QC programs. Mark is responsible for the coordination, scheduling, review, and processing of all submittals, mock-ups, shop drawings, logs, requests for pricing, and information. He prepares minutes and schedules weekly meetings attended by project owners, architects and subcontractors, as well as actively participating in them. He also coordinates and schedules daily construction activities between all participants associated with the project.