We’re talking with the men and women who’ve built the communities in which we live and work. We’ll hear about their businesses, their projects and their teams… what makes THEM put their boots on every day and go to work. Then we’ll dig a little deeper!
25 – Brian McManus Part 2: What’d We Miss?
On the latest episode of Give Us The Dirt, we have our first ever returning guest! Brian McManus took one for the team over a year ago and agreed to be our very first guest. Not knowing what in the world he was getting into, Brian agreed to go along with our craziness and share […]
24 – Flipping the Script with Nic Parish of Burns Dirt Construction
Burns Dirt Construction was founded in 1977 in Columbus, Mississippi with two dump trucks. Today, they are a leading construction company in the southeast specializing in turnkey site packages for heavy highway, large industrial, commercial, and resident projects. From paving driveways to major highways, their crews are fully equipped to handle any sized project. Today, […]
23 – Right in His Wheelhouse with John Allred
On the Give Us The Dirt podcast, we’ve been used to hearing stories of men and women that have grown up playing in the dirt and that have made a career in construction, literally reshaping the landscape of our communities. Although our guest today doesn’t necessarily fit that mold, the work that he’s doing is […]
22 – Holding Back the Ocean with Gulf Stream Construction’s Mark Hylton
We have some new friends in town today! Gulf Stream Construction was founded in Charleston in 1963 and has honored a tradition of responsibility and excellence as they’ve provided top quality site and infrastructure construction services across the coastal regions of South Carolina and Georgia. This family-owned business does a little bit of everything, but […]
21 – Leading an Employee-Owned Company with Herb Sargent
Today, we have a special guest who came all the way from Maine to Give Us The Dirt. Herb Sargent is a third-generation business owner and currently serves as President & CEO of Maine-based Sargent Corporation. Only a few years shy of 100 years in business, Sargent has become one of the premier heavy civil […]
20 – Reflecting on a Rewarding Career with Barnhill Contracting’s Lee Cooper & William Davis
We have two industry legends with us today. Combined, these men have nearly 100 years of service with one of the southeast’s leading contractors, Barnhill Contracting. Most of us will probably have a hard time wrapping our minds around that level of accomplishment – it’s something so rare we simply have no frame of […]
Great podcast for all things construction
I am very excited for this podcast, the first few episodes have been great, but looking forward to what is to come!
Excited for more to come!