Estimating Manager –Waterproofing & Caulking
Over the last 12 years, Bryan Payne has worked his way up from a project coordinator to estimating manager and has become one of the most award winning project team members to boot. Matter of fact, he has helped Chamberlin rack up five national project awards for outstanding workmanship and innovation. Here is a bit more about the award winning golden boy.
For Bryan, his career at Chamberlin fell into place on its own like a happy accident. He began working for Chamberlin in Dallas one year after graduating from University of Texas upon a suggestion from his former college roommate. Bryan began as a project coordinator in the waterproofing and caulking department.
“Bryan has been a vital part of the success of the waterproofing division in the Dallas/Fort Worth office,” said Chamberlin Vice President David Neal. In 2005, Bryan served as project manager on the North Lake College renovation in Irving, Texas which earned Chamberlin their first Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) National Excellence in Construction Award. In 2007, Bryan’s team also won the McGraw Hill Excellence in Construction award for their work on the J. Erik Johnson Library. His achievements continue to multiply with the 2009 and 2010 ABC Excellence in Construction awards for the Dallas County District Office and the Perry Gate/Fair Park Esplanade Renovation.
Bryan is consistent with his work and knows what it takes to meet clients’ needs. “To me, customer service, safety, quality installation and productivity are the guiding principles for what makes our company great,” Bryan says, “Without these principles Chamberlin is no different from the next low bidder.”
Bryan brings a lot to the table and makes sure all clients are satisfied no matter what. “The best thing about working at Chamberlin is the company’s reputation,” Bryan explains, “In general, Chamberlin’s clients know when we are hired they will get quality work from our company that is executed safely.”
Outside the Office:
Bryan enjoys being active. When he is not winning awards, he is out training for his first marathon. He also enjoys fly fishing in Colorado at his family’s cabin every summer. A little known secret is that if Bryan was not at Chamberlin today he would have followed in the footsteps of his father who is an investigative commander for the Dallas Police Department.
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