Precision is excited to introduce our newest Project Manager, Jarrett Boyd. Jarrett started his construction career as a Structural Craftsman Non-Commissioned Officer for the United States Air Force. As Jarrett’s experience and skillsets grew, so did his responsibilities and he ended up leading teams of up to 30 craftsmen on construction projects at Military Bases around the globe. These projects included a new training facility in Guam, a hospital in Belize, and various construction projects throughout Kandahar, Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates. During his time in the US Air Force, Jarrett received the United States Air Force Commendation Medal, and (2) Achievement Medals.
After Jarrett’s time in the military, he became a Project Manager for Starbucks Corporation, providing Design-Build services for new programs and innovative store concepts nationwide. After a few years with Starbucks, Jarrett moved on to a commercial building company, working on mixed-use developments for several years before joining the Precision team.
Jarrett’s background in military and commercial projects combined with his experience with design-build and self-performed trades made him the clear choice to be Precision’s next Project Manager. Jarrett will be a huge asset to our clients – bringing knowledge, focus, and strong communication skills to every project he will manage. When we asked Jarrett why he chose to join Precision, he said, “The variety of projects that Precision Construction Services manages is what led me to this role. I felt that my years of managing construction projects as part of the Air Force Civil Engineering squadron and my 7 years as a construction Project Manager on the private side would be a good fit. I am excited for the opportunity to expand my knowledge working with Federal and State agencies that I haven’t had the opportunity to work with during my time in the Military.”
Jarrett will be kicking off his career with Precision by managing a design-build project for SoCal Gas in Taft, California, and leading a consulting project for an upgrade to a Space Launch Complex (SLC) at Vandenberg Space Force Base, California.
Outside of work, Jarrett can be found camping or bodyboarding with his family.