Reed Boyd has called Austin his home since attending The University of Texas in 1999. At UT, he was a four-year letterman in football and earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance. Working his way through the construction industry over the years, Reed has held the positions of field engineer, superintendent, project manager, and construction manager. During this time, he has grown his expertise in commercial, retail, restaurants, healthcare, and industrial construction.
He is currently a project manager for BCS Concrete Structures. His diverse background and intricate knowledge complement his ability to effectively manage any project. Reed brings a unique skillset and refreshing view to BCS through his prior work across all fields in the industry.
“I am approaching the four year-mark with BCS as a Project Manager. Before working at BCS, I served as an owner’s representative for a local developer and with General Contractors. I was both a Superintendent and Project Manager and enjoyed the relationships that I developed. I have a degree in finance and football from the University of Texas and I started my journey with BCS because of Sonny Horton.
In the past three years, I am proud to say that I have worked on the largest project in BCS history. My favorite part about being at BCS is cultivating our relationships with General Contractors and using my knowledge to help them make their projects a success.”
Read more about the work he does below:
What is the objective of your position?
My job is to keep Sonny drinking and hunting at the ranch. A Project Manager must make sure that our team has what they need to perform their job to the best of their ability. I also have to keep a watchful eye on the project’s financials and provide solutions for issues that may arise.
What vision do you bring to your role as Project Manager?
As a subcontractor, we are but a piece of the project puzzle. We strive to be an asset to the GC’s that we work for and the other contractors that we work for and work with. We provide solutions to help push the project forward.
What are your major challenges?
Conveying a sense of pride in workmanship, quality and safety to everyone involved in a project.
How are we different than our competitors?
Our people. BCS has a level of service and commitment to our clients and trade partners that surpasses our competitors. We strive to provide solutions and fill the gaps.
What personal expertise do you bring to your job?
I bring a unique perspective to a subcontractor with my knowledge of owner constraints and issues facing General Contractors.
What hobbies do you enjoy?
I am passionate about coaching youth sports for my two sons. The thing that I like about it is pushing them beyond what they think they can do and watching them excel.