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Employee Spotlight

HGC Construction would not be the company it is today without its incredible staff. Each month we highlight one member from our team with a Q&A session. Greg Warner has been with HGC since 1998 and is a valuable member of our project management team. In the 18 years Greg has been with the company he has seen tremendous growth and change. He is an instrumental part of what makes HGC tick.


Greg Warner, Senior Project Manager


What is your personal philosophy?

I’ve always had a keen sense of curiosity, so figuring out how things operate drives me to create and build. I’ve always looked at things with an eye on design and aesthetics. I’m always thinking about how things can be modified and improved upon.


What is your favorite aspect of working for HGC Construction?

I like being a part of what makes HGC what it is. Everyday can bring a new challenge, which makes me problem solve, collaborate, and contribute.


What has changed the most since 1998?

Company growth has been the major change; when I started there was about 35-40 total employees. Through it all, pride in the work has been a constant, which I believe contributes to our success.


Any funny memory you’d like to share?

When I started I had fairly long hair. When I finally decided to cut it, Ray Huseman gave me a bonus the following week! I would like to say it was for the work I had done, but the timing was interesting…


What do you like to do on your days off?

I like to work on projects, spend time with my family, and ride my bike.


What would you do (for a career) if you weren’t doing this?

Build furniture or custom Hot Rods, something hands on where I’m creating cool stuff!


Tell us something that might surprise us about you.

I lived in Germany for 3 years, while in the Army and I raced motocross as a teenager.


What would you most like to tell yourself at age 13?

Buy Microsoft stock! Really anything I would tell myself at 13 wouldn’t matter, because I wouldn’t have listened to myself. As I recall, teenagers know everything!


What advice would you give to a new hire?

Don’t be afraid of new things. Ask questions and jump right in; it’s the best way to learn and grow.