Hill & Wilkinson Promotes Paris to Vice President of Project Development
RICHARDSON, TX Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors has promoted Paul Paris, LEED AP, to Vice President - Project Development. Paris will be responsible for developing sales and estimates while overseeing institutional projects through both design and preconstruction.
Paris began his construction career with Hill & Wilkinson in 1998 as a Project Engineer. During his tenure with the firm, he has served as Project Manager, Estimator, Senior Estimator and Director of Preconstruction Services.
"Paul has made significant contributions to our company's success, and we value his abilities to create and sustain strong relationships with clients and team members," says Paul Driscoll, CEO of Hill & Wilkinson.
Paris' portfolio of projects with Hill & Wilkinson includes: The University of Texas at Dallas Student Housing Living/Learning Center Phases IV & V in Richardson, Texas; Texas Tech University Research & Technology Park, Lubbock, Texas; UT Tyler Health Science Center in Tyler, Texas; Ronald McDonald House in Dallas, Texas; Garland City Center City Hall Renovations, Parking Garage and Streetscapes; and the SPCA of Texas Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center in Dallas, Texas, among others.
Paris earned his Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Texas A&M University. He is a Certified Professional Constructor (Level 2) administered by the American Institute of Constructors and holds a LEED AP Building Design + Construction credential from the U.S. Green Building Council.