As a regional field manager, Howard works closely with project superintendents to improve efficiencies on the job site, troubleshoot potential problems and allocate resources across project sites. More than four decades of construction supervisory experience provide him a depth of experience with diverse facets of the construction process. Howard is a results-oriented leader with the ability to coordinate multiple projects and teams simultaneously. He effectively manages people with varying skill sets from diverse backgrounds in a deadline-driven team environment.
Howard joined W. M. Jordan Company in 1981 supervising construction of complex projects such as the Sentara Louise Obici Memorial Hospital, the Virginia Marine Science Museum, and the U.S. Navy Advanced Firefighting Training Facility before becoming a general superintendent responsible for project sites in Hampton Roads and the Carolinas. He is a certified Healthcare Constructor through the Association of Healthcare Engineers.