David Henry began his construction career as a laborer over 36 years ago. His initial training was through the carpenters union where he learned the building trade and built his foundation in the construction industry from the ground up.
David then moved into construction management as an assistant superintendent where he was quickly promoted to become a full project superintendent. Throughout David Henry’s career, he has exhibited the unique ability to communicate effectively with the complete spectrum of people involved in the construction process, from owners and construction professionals to the laborers in the field. This ability coupled with his thorough knowledge of the building process has made him one of the top superintendents in the region having worked on projects with contract values up to $75 million.
Several notable industrial projects David Henry has completed are the Evtech, a Kodak company, in Charlotte and the Aksys plant in Bessemer City. Evtech is an industrial powder coating process plant that included process piping and cleanrooms with epoxy non-stick floors and walls as well as stainless steel ceilings and stainless steel conveyor belts. The Aksys plant produces automobile parts including the insulation liners for doors and hoods.
Outside of his professional career David Henry is a devoted father and grandfather and is an active member in his church organizing mission trips throughout the southeastern United States.