Derrick Dubose

Assistant Superintendent

Describe the last 10-15 years of your career in a snapshot.

In my career in construction management, I have wide range of experience across various types of construction projects from design to completion. As a general foreman with Universal Dust Collectors (UDC), I led many life science projects.


In addition, I have a several years of experience in industrial construction managing medium and large-scale projects. In my tenure with Kellogg Root and Brown (KBR), I served as a carpenter general foreman and carpenter foreman—leading multi-trade construction teams in building and expanding the Agrium Nitrogen Plant in Borger, TX, restoring annexes within Georgia Power Plant Scherer in Juliette, GA, leading maintenance teams in facility shutdowns, and leading teams in pre-construction projects (such as building foundations and setting anchor bolts for new projects).


What does “customer experience” mean to you, and how do you deliver on it with your work?


The customer experience is very important to me. I enjoy learning about each client’s business and collaborating with them to produce a finished project. By ensuring a positive customer experience, clients can see firsthand the efficiency of our company, while also attaining project-goals. Ensuring a positive customer experience has allowed me to establish strong working relationships with clients for future projects, led to increased project referrals, and highlighted the proficiency of my work and the companies that I have worked for who also value the customer experience.


What are a few of your passions or hobbies?


In my free time, I enjoy watching football and basketball games, working out, and spending time with my family making memories.


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