New Project Manager Announced

Apr 19, 2019

Branch Civil is pleased to announce Rocky Butler as our newest Project Manager. Rocky has over 30 years of experience working in estimating and project management roles for the heavy highway, paving, tunnel, bridge, and utility construction industries. With additional experience in the construction of water and wastewater treatment facilities and site development in the Mid-Atlantic/East Coast region.
Most recently Rocky worked for Pro Contracting Inc., in Lost Creek, West Virginia as an Estimator/Project Manager. Rocky will be the working on the Pulaski Middle School, Phoenix Packaging and the Reserve at Daleville projects.

Branch Civil offers a dynamic range of services, including heavy civil construction, design-build, and site development. Our history of planting, cultivating, and growing transparent, professional relationships with our clients has established us as a respected name within the civil construction industry. As a 100 percent employee-owned company, our employees have a vested interest in the successful completion of every project and absolute satisfaction for every client.

Functioning as a business unit of the Branch Group, we serve clients in Virginia, West Virginia, and the Carolinas. Learn more at www.branchcivil.com.

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