Scott Pearson leads Pearson Construction, committed to continuing the legacy of integrity and commitment to quality begun by his father, Bob Pearson. Scott worked with his father, learning how a true leader manages business affairs, and in 1992, he became an estimator and purchasing agent. Scott graduated from Texas A&M with a BS in Construction Science. Four years later, Scott’s 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, Scott 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 leads 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. Scott is the 2016 chairman of the board of the Central Texas chapter of The Associated General Contractors of America.
Mark Denton’s Pearson Construction career started more than 40 years ago in June 1979. He is responsible for managing field operations, including the timely delivery of building components to the job site and tracking safety and QA/QC programs. Mark is responsible for reviewing and processing submittals, mock-ups, shop drawings, logs, and pricing requests.
Mark schedules and leads weekly meetings attended by project owners, architects, and subcontractors. He coordinates and schedules daily construction activities between all participants associated with the project.
Carmen Fratus has been with Pearson Construction since 2001 and has supported the team as a receptionist and accountant. She says strong camaraderie is one of her favorite things about the job.
Barbara Kocian joined Pearson Construction in 1985 as a payroll clerk. She has responsibilities across various projects and provides detailed reports for each. Barbara’s experience includes on-site management, financial management, accounts payable, budget preparation, and general accounting. Working closely with Pearson’s customers, Barbara maintains strong customer relationships and resolves account discrepancies and open balances. She has contributed to significant time and cost-saving solutions leading to improved work quality and efficiency.
Dwayne Maynard is responsible for leading project field aspects and daily operations. Dwayne ensures timely delivery of building components to the job site and implements tracking of our Safety and QA/QC programs. He is responsible for reviewing and processing submittals, mock-ups, shop drawings, logs, and pricing requests. Mark schedules weekly meetings attended by project owners, architects, and subcontractors and prepares minutes for the sessions. He coordinates and organizes daily construction activities between all participants.
Ted McConville is the Senior Estimator and is responsible for daily communication with the project team, including the owner, architect, subcontractors, and suppliers. His duties include gathering proposals, blueprints, specifications, and related documents. Ted arranges labor, materials, and time requirements to ensure the project’s overall cost is budgeted.
Pat Wells’ career with Pearson Construction began with the founder, Bob Pearson. He supervised workers on commercial sites across Texas, mostly consisting of freight lines and terminals. As a foreman, Pat was responsible for overseeing all construction-related aspects of the job, including material calculations, ordering, and ensuring project results matched plan specifications. Pat has served Pearson Construction as a Construction Superintendent since 2008. He performs field inspections for proper piping, ductwork, insulation, concrete, plaster, mortar, and other construction elements.